Monthly Archives: April 2016

New Report Shows Impact of FTF Oral Health Investments

Did you know that 51 million school hours are lost annually nationwide due to dental disease? A new report shows that First Things First and its early childhood partners are taking a bite out of school absences by funding preventive … Continue reading

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Family Forum for Parents of Children 0-5 with a Suspected or Diagnosed Disability

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Empower Training for Home Visitors

Healthy Eating and Physical Activity for Young Families Training Nutrition and physical activity are the building blocks of health for any child.  If you would like to learn techniques and activities to guide the families you work with towards a … Continue reading

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Arizona Alliance For Community Health Centers Women’s Health Symposium

As part of the Arizona Rural Women’s Health Network’s work promoting policies, services, and practices that improve the health of Arizona women, the Network is hosting its first annual Women’s Health Symposium to recognize and share best practices from organizations … Continue reading

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AZ Department of Education Language and Literacy Module Training

Arizona Department of Education has scheduled the following Language and Literacy Standard Module Training.  This module satisfies a training required by Quality First. Workshop description:  Daily exposure to verbal and written language provides young children with the opportunities to begin acquiring … Continue reading

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New Online Training for Home Visitors

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Office of Head Start are hosting a series of online training for home visitors. The series begins with Depression in Mothers: More Than the Blues- A Toolkit for Family … Continue reading

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Job Opening at Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center

Parent Aid is searching for a new Executive Director with a diverse skill set who is passionate about making a difference in our community. Please see the Job Description below for more information and how to apply (http://parentaid.org/employment-opportunity/)

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