Tag: Prevention

You’re invited to Northern AZ Tribal Action Plan Workshop

| April 27, 2015
You’re invited to Northern AZ Tribal Action Plan Workshop

You are invited to the Northern AZ Tribal Action Plan Workshop presented by SAMHSA/IHS/NARBHA-HCIC Monday, June 1, 2015 at 8:30 AM – Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 4:00 PM (MST)  High Country Conference Center 201 West Butler Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001 View Map Click HERE to register. The three-day program will review the Tribal Action Plan (TAP) Guidelines […]

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5 Myths about Child Maltreatment

| April 26, 2015
5 Myths about Child Maltreatment

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, when organizations across the country come together to raise awareness about child abuse.Child abuse, or maltreatment, can take different forms, including neglect, psychological maltreatment, and physical or sexual abuse. Maltreatment can result in long-lasting negative consequences to children’s physical, psychological, behavioral, societal, and even biological development. During this month and […]

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Child Abuse Prevention Conference

| April 22, 2015
Child Abuse Prevention Conference

Child Abuse Prevention Conference by Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCAAZ) Why attend the Child Abuse PREVENTION Conference? Through engaging keynote presentations, 60 workshop sessions and ongoing networking opportunities, you can expand your  professional horizons and join hundreds of other Arizonans working to prevent child maltreatment in our state. Featured workshops will focus on topics such […]

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Send a Comment by May 18th – Indian Child Welfare Act

| April 22, 2015
Send a Comment by May 18th – Indian Child Welfare Act

The public only has until May 18, 2015 to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose changes to the minimum Federal standards in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Those changes would adversely impact the removal of Indian children from their families and place those children in foster and adoptive homes or institutions without consideration […]

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Northland Family Help Center is hosting 2 events at Heritage Square this Friday

| April 21, 2015
Northland Family Help Center is hosting 2 events at Heritage Square this Friday

Northland Family Help Center will be hosting two events this Friday at Heritage Square, Downtown Flagstaff. From 7am-4pm is Clothesline Project, event to raise awareness and support to survivors of Domestic Violence and Abuse. For more information click HERE. From 3pm-8 is the Youthfest performance event to celebrate youth and raise awareness about Child Abuse Prevention Month […]

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Child Abuse Prevention / Awareness Mini Conference

| April 21, 2015
Child Abuse Prevention / Awareness Mini Conference

Join Department of Family Services at the Child Abuse Prevention/Awareness Mini Conference on April 29 from 8am – 4pm in Tuba City. For more information click HERE.

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CALL TO ACTION! – Indian Child Welfare Act

| April 15, 2015
CALL TO ACTION! – Indian Child Welfare Act

The public only has until May 18, 2015 to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose changes to the minimum Federal standards in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Those changes would adversely impact the removal of Indian children from their families and place those children in foster and adoptive homes or institutions without consideration […]

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Congratulations FUSD for Your Excellence Award!

| April 13, 2015
Congratulations FUSD for Your Excellence Award!

Friday, Flagstaff Unified School District (FUSD) received an award from the Arizona School Public Relations Association for “Excellence for a Specific Program” for facilitating the Flagstaff Community STEM Celebration. Congratulations to everyone involved in the planning and participation in this great event. CCC&Y would like to also THANK YOU, FUSD, for your efforts and partnership […]

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CALL TO ACTION! – Indian Child Welfare Act

| April 13, 2015
CALL TO ACTION! – Indian Child Welfare Act

The public only has until May 18, 2015 to contact the Bureau of Indian Affairs to oppose changes to the minimum Federal standards in the Indian Child Welfare Act. Those changes would adversely impact the removal of Indian children from their families and place those children in foster and adoptive homes or institutions without consideration […]

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