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CCC&Y Board Meeting Reminder – Monday, January 25th

| January 18, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting Reminder – Monday, January 25th

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

| January 11, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

| January 4, 2016
CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

| December 17, 2015
CCC&Y Board Meeting – Monday, January 25th – with Children’s Action Alliance

CCC&Y will welcome Children’s Action Alliance C.E.O. Dana Naimark and Vice President, Damita Curry to our monthly Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, January 25th from 12 to 1:30 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room at the County Health and Community Services Building.  ALL are welcome to attend and join in the discussion.  We are excited to […]

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Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

| September 22, 2014
Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

Through data and personal stories, First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report illustrates how Arizona’s commitment to early childhood is making a difference for infants, toddlers and preschoolers across the state, and how FTF is doing its part to get more Arizona kids ready for success in kindergarten and beyond. Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual […]

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Spread the word about the importance of early childhood – FTF Video Ads Released

| August 11, 2014
Spread the word about the importance of early childhood – FTF Video Ads Released

First Things First partners with communities across Arizona to strengthen families and support the health and learning of our youngest children. A key piece of their work is to raise public awareness of the importance of early childhood. That’s where you come in. Their latest awareness ads are now running on TV, radio, movie theater […]

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TAKE ACTION with an easy click – Support the new Department of Child Safety

| May 23, 2014
TAKE ACTION with an easy click – Support the new Department of Child Safety

Children’s Action Alliance is pleased to report that Governor Brewer and her team released a plan to create a strong and responsive state child welfare agency and the Governor called the legislature into a special session beginning Tuesday, May 27th.  Since November, CAA has been working closely with lawmakers and stakeholders to design the Arizona Department of Child […]

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Five CPS Supervisors Are Put on Leave

| December 3, 2013 | 0 Comments
Five CPS Supervisors Are Put on Leave

Five higher-level staffers at the state’s child-welfare agency were put on administrative leave Monday, hours after Gov. Jan Brewer named an independent team to oversee an investigation into why thousands of cases of child abuse and neglect were shelved without checking on the children’s welfare.

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