Tag: Prevention

Children, Violence, and Trauma – A Call to Action

| May 13, 2014
Children, Violence, and Trauma – A Call to Action

Despite the violence and abuse that some youth experience in their short lives, children are resilient. Every person in a child’s life can play a role in helping to protect them and helping them to heal. We invite you to consider what you can do to help a child in need. 

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Darkness to Light- End Child Sexual Abuse Training – May 31st

| May 13, 2014
Darkness to Light- End Child Sexual Abuse Training – May 31st

This is a prevention training program that teaches how to recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. The program is designed for organizations that serve youth and for individuals concerned about the safety of children.

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Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference – July 9th – SAVE THE DATE!

| May 13, 2014
Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference – July 9th – SAVE THE DATE!

  SAVE THE DATE July 9th 2014 8:30AM—4:30PM Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort REGISTRATION REQUIRED Contact: NACA Suicide Prevention Program 928-526-2968 or spp@nacainc.org

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Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference – July 9th – Call for Presenters

| May 13, 2014
Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference – July 9th – Call for Presenters

Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference July 9th 2014 Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort Call for Presenters: Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA) is seeking presenters for the Northern Arizona Suicide Prevention Conference. We are looking for dynamic individuals who can provide presentations on the following topics: Youth Leadership/Empowerment Current data around suicide rates, prevalence […]

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“Who Do You Trust With Your Child?” Campaign

| May 6, 2014
“Who Do You Trust With Your Child?” Campaign

“Who Do You Trust With Your Child?” is a campaign through the Arizona Department of Economic Security. This campaign is utilized to assist parents in choosing a safe caregiver and to prevent child maltreatment.  Think before you trust. A little planning could save a precious child.  It can also prevent many long-term behavioral health challenges and severe illnesses including […]

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