Tag: provider resources

8th Annual Arizona American Indian Youth Conference

| May 21, 2015
8th Annual Arizona American Indian Youth Conference

 8th Annual Arizona  American Indian Youth Conference on Health  and the Environment Date: June 22nd – 24th, 2015 Purpose: The Eighth Annual Arizona American Indian Youth Conference on Health and the Environment will provide information to motivate and encourage youth to take responsibility for their overall health and become better stewards of their environment. Objectives and […]

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Training Opportunity with NACA

| May 21, 2015
Training Opportunity with NACA

Training Opportunity Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Would you like to feel more confident in your ability to help someone considering suicide? Would you like to help a person at risk keep safe and seek further help Would you like to help make your community suicide free? If you answered yes to any of these […]

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ASCCAZ Updates

| May 21, 2015
ASCCAZ Updates

Association for Supportive Child Care AZ Updates: The Page Early Childhood Fair is this Friday, May 22nd.  Click HERE for more information and the flyer. The 2015 United Way of Northern Arizona’s Literacy Enrichment Grants are open. Please note these are for child care programs that serve children in the Flagstaff Sunnyside Neighborhood area. For more information click HERE. […]

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Literacy Enrichment Grants

| May 16, 2015
Literacy Enrichment Grants

 The United Way of Northern Arizona is accepting applications for Early Literacy Enrichment Grants. Regulated and unregulated child care providers are invited to apply for funds to enhance children’s literacy through activities in the focus areas of professional development and/or curriculum development. For the application click HERE.

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2015 Women’s Conference in Tuba City, AZ

| May 16, 2015
2015 Women’s Conference in Tuba City, AZ

 The Asdzání Bidziilii Nish[8 Conference is coming up on May 19th & 20th. The purpose of this conference is to develop confident, self-sufficient women of strong character and provide an opportunity that will provide mentorship for personal success.  Diné Y.O.U.T.H. will be hosting this conference to honor and celebrate women of all ages. For more information click HERE. For the registration […]

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Federal Summer Food Program

| May 16, 2015
Federal Summer Food Program

The Flagstaff Unified School District announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for Children. Meals will be provided to all children, ages 18 and under, without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. For more details, dates, and locations click HERE.

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Funding Opportunity with NACA

| May 15, 2015
Funding Opportunity with NACA

Funding Opportunity Zero Suicide mini-grant NACA’s Youth Suicide Prevention Program is currently seeking proposals from Schools, Primary Care, and Behavioral Health agencies, who are located in Coconino County or on the Hopi reservation, to work collaboratively with program personnel to implement Zero Suicide within their organizations/agencies. Zero Suicide is a systematic approach to suicide prevention. Zero Suicide information is included with this […]

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Early Childhood Summit 2015 Offers Information and Inspiration

| May 15, 2015
Early Childhood Summit 2015 Offers Information and Inspiration

Summit 2015 Offers Information and Inspiration Registration Opens on May 18 The First Things First Early Childhood Summit, to be held August 24 – 25 in Phoenix, brings together early childhood stakeholders to share innovative strategies that help kids be ready for school and set for life. In addition to sessions devoted to specific topic areas — such as […]

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Why Early Childhood Matters to Law Enforcement

| May 15, 2015
Why Early Childhood Matters to Law Enforcement

First Things First: Why Early Childhood Matters to… LAW ENFORCEMENT “I believe it is extremely important for the community to support early childhood education because the statistics are clear. Children form impressions of who they are before the age of six. What they learn in those early formative years goes a long way toward helping […]

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Library Calendar for May + Summer Reading Program

| May 15, 2015
Library Calendar for May + Summer Reading Program

There are exciting summer programs offered for children and youth this summer by the Coconino County Public Library. Click HERE for activities occurring at the East Flagstaff Community Library. Click HERE for activities occurring at the Downtown Library. Click HERE for the library calendar for both libraries.

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