Tag: provider resources

Upcoming Kinship Care Workshops

| July 27, 2015
Upcoming Kinship Care Workshops

Kinship Care Workshops are coming up in Flagstaff and Winslow. The workshop will emphasize Self-Care including Stress Management & Avoiding Burnout, Family Activities & Conflict Resolution, and more!

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Coming Up Next Week: Strengthening Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff

| July 27, 2015
Coming Up Next Week: Strengthening  Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff

Join Michelle Simmons on Tuesday, August 4th at the Flagstaff Family Resource Center for the first of a four-part series of FREE trainings based on the Strengthening Families through Protective Factors. The event includes the Introductory Training and the Parental Resiliency Training.

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Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

| July 27, 2015
Do you know where your tax dollars are going?

Here is some information on what tax cuts could mean for Arizona’s future and Arizona’s economy. This updated version includes information about the fiscal year 2016 budget, facts about Arizona’s job growth and recovery from the recession, and the latest comparisons of Arizona’s public education funding to the rest of the nation.

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ESEA: Senate v. House

| July 27, 2015
ESEA: Senate v. House

Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives have passed separate versions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Click HERE for a chart showing the key differences between the two proposals.

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Growing Better Together in Flagstaff

| July 27, 2015
Growing Better Together in Flagstaff

On September 17, the Alliance is hosting a Growing Better Together event in Flagstaff. The Growing Better Together series has been a huge success around the state, offering attendees an opportunity to learn and grow together, as well as, network among themselves and with Alliance staff. For more information click HERE.

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Arizona Leaders Can Take Action to Improve Conditions for Kids

| July 27, 2015
Arizona Leaders Can Take Action to Improve Conditions for Kids

Arizona has a new opportunity to improve this ranking. Due to a $20 million federal grant, plans are underway to expand high quality preschool programs for four-year-old children living in high need communities. For more information click HERE.

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Strengthening Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, August 4th

| July 20, 2015
Strengthening  Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, August 4th

Join Michelle Simmons on Tuesday, August 4th at the Flagstaff Family Resource Center for the first of a four-part series of FREE trainings based on the Strengthening Families through Protective Factors. The event includes the Introductory Training and the Parental Resiliency Training.

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Strengthening Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, August 4th

| July 13, 2015
Strengthening  Families Through the Protective Factors – FREE Workshop – Flagstaff, August 4th

Join Michelle Simmons on Tuesday, August 4th at the Flagstaff Family Resource Center for the first of a four-part series of FREE trainings based on the Strengthening Families through Protective Factors. The event includes the Introductory Training and the Parental Resiliency Training.

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Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

| June 29, 2015
Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

  REMINDER: early registration ends July 15. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this premier early childhood conference at a discounted rate. Register now. Learn more about what the First Things First Early Childhood Summit has to offer: A lineup of keynote and featured speakers comprised of leading voices in early childhood More than 80 informative, inspiring breakout […]

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Making “normal” a Priority for Kids in Foster Care

| June 26, 2015
Making “normal” a Priority for Kids in Foster Care

Juvenile Law Center has published a new guide to help state advocates, legislators, and agencies implement recently enacted federal legislation in a way that brings meaningful change and responds to foster youths’ needs

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