Grant and Conference Opportunities for Home Visiting Professionals

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First Things First Funding Resource 

Home visiting programs and home visitors in particular focus on client service and family support. Taking care of your current families is what you think about and what drives the work you do. However, you know that a key ingredient of program success is program funding. To that end, did you know there were available resources that post upcoming and open grant opportunities?

Specifically, Arizona’s  First Things First agency is one of the critical partners in creating a comprehensive early childhood system and one of the tools available through First Things First is funding opportunities. There are both  statewide grants that become available as well as regional grants. A number of these grant opportunities are specific to home visiting and the services your organizations provide. Be sure to check in frequently as the information is continually updated.

6th Annual Support Conference Call for Workshops
The 6th Annual Family Support Conference, scheduled for May 6, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona is seeking applications for workshops and presenters.
With applications due March 7, 2016, workshops can address suggested topics including, but not limited to:
  • Working in inclusive environments
  • Systems thinking
  • Domestic violence
  • Self-care
  • Infant mental health
  • Poverty
  • Cultural competency

Workshops will need to be 1.5 hours long.

To review and complete the proposal form, visit the Strong Families AZ Home Visitor Portal Homepage.
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