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Northland Family Help Center provides professional counseling services free of charge for eligible individuals and families

| September 14, 2021
Northland Family Help Center provides professional counseling services free of charge for eligible individuals and families

Northland Family Help Center is providing professional counseling services free of charge for eligible individuals and families.

Who is Eligible?
We serve victims of crime, including current or historical abuse, domestic violence or sexual assault. Call for more information.

Professional Services
Our trauma therapists have training in a variety of mind/body approaches specifically for resolving traumatic stress symptoms such as feeling constantly on guard, over-active startle responses, spaciness, depression, anxiety, and difficulty connecting to others.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter

| April 20, 2021
Northland Family Help Center seeking Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter

Northland Family Help Center is in search of a Case Manager, Overnight Advocate for the Domestic Violence Shelter.

Northland Family Help Center’s Community Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual assault and sexual violence through education and outreach with middle school, high school, and college students as well as community members.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Case Manager

| April 9, 2021
Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Case Manager

Northland Family Help Center is in search of a Case Manager for the Domestic Violence Shelter.

Northland Family Help Center’s Community Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual assault and sexual violence through education and outreach with middle school, high school, and college students as well as community members.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Manager

| March 2, 2021
Northland Family Help Center seeking Domestic Violence Shelter Manager

Northland Family Help Center in Flagstaff is seeking a Domestic Violence Shelter Manager

The position will be responsible for supervision, scheduling, and training of staff and interns in delivery of program services to clients of Northland Family Help Center’s Domestic Violence Shelter. Responsible for overseeing DVS compliance with NFHC Policy and Procedures, Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) Service Standards, and contract/funder requirements.

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Northland Family Help Center has opening for Community Educator position

| February 2, 2021
Northland Family Help Center has opening for Community Educator position

Northland Family Help Center in Flagstaff has an opening for a Community Educator position. 

Northland Family Help Center’s Community Education Program promotes the prevention of sexual assault and sexual violence through education and outreach with middle school, high school, and college students as well as community members.

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Local Education Spotlight — FUSD Governing Board holds virtual Oath of Office Ceremony. See more local education news here

| January 4, 2021
Local Education Spotlight — FUSD Governing Board holds virtual Oath of Office Ceremony. See more local education news here

The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board held a virtual Oath of Office Ceremony on Monday, Jan. 4. The event was opened by FUSD Superintendent Michael Penca, who introduced Coconino County Superintendent, Dr. Tommy Lewis. Lewis then facilitated the Oath of Office in a virtual ceremony for Christine Fredericks, Carole Gilmore, and Dorothy Denetsosie Gishie noting their election at the Nov. 3, 2020 General Election to the Governing Board of the Flagstaff Unified School District for a term of four years expiring in December 2024. 

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United Way of Northern Arizona (UWNA) awards Northland Family Help Center COVID-19 Fund to help with the increased operational costs caused by the outbreak

| May 5, 2020
United Way of Northern Arizona (UWNA) awards Northland Family Help Center COVID-19 Fund to help with the increased operational costs caused by the outbreak

When every day is wall-to-wall coronavirus coverage, you forget that there are other emergencies and hardships – ones that predated the pandemic – that continue to affect the lives of northern Arizonans.

Domestic violence. Child abuse. Crime.

Which is why we are so pleased to report that your donations are a big reason why the Northland Family Help Center (NFHC) is continuing to fulfill its mission to provide a safe haven, advocacy, counseling and educational resources to promote and restore healthy relationships.

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Northland Family Help Center has opening for part-time Trauma Therapist position

| March 3, 2020
Northland Family Help Center has opening for part-time Trauma Therapist position

Northland Family Help Center in Flagstaff has an opening for a Trauma Therapist in the Counseling Department. 

The part-time position, approximately 20 hours per week, provides psychotherapy, counseling and clinical services to victims of crime; and also responds to crises in person or by telephone to community members and shelter residents. This position will primarily work Saturday and Sunday with 3 hours of mandatory supervision meetings during taking place during regular business hours.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking Shelter Manager

| November 26, 2019
Northland Family Help Center seeking Shelter Manager

Northland Family Help Center is seeking shelter manager for its Domestic Violence Shelter.

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Northland Family Help Center seeking to raise $6,000 by April 12 to support Human Trafficking Services at the youth center

| April 8, 2019
Northland Family Help Center seeking to raise $6,000 by April 12  to support Human Trafficking Services at the youth center

Northland Family Help Center has applied for a grant that includes a crowd-funding component. The organization is currently working to raise $6,000 by April 12, with funding to go toward funding Human Trafficking Services in the Youth Shelter.Northland Family Help Center has been serving the Flagstaff, AZ community for 40 years! Over that time, we continue to evolve and fill gaps in social services to ensure our communities’ individuals, families, and youth are healthy and thriving.

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