Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth (CCC&Y) has compiled a comprehensive Resource Directory listing children, youth, and family resources throughout Coconino County and beyond. To the best of our knowledge, the directory information is accurate. If you view incorrect or missing information, please contact us immediately.
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White Mountain S.A.F.E. HouseWhite Mountain S.A.F.E. House
White Mountain Association for Victims of Domestic Violence, operating as the White Mountain S.A.F.E. House (WMSH), is a non-profit organization that provides direct services to victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Services provided by WMSH include, but are not limited to: crisis intervention, residential shelter for women and children, individual and group advocacy, 24-hour crisis hotline (Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault), 24-hour on-site advocacy and support, children’s advocacy, case management, referral services, emergency financial assistance, lay legal advocacy, follow-up services (after care), as well as conducting outreach and community education. Our ultimate goal is to provide shelter, support and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence in order to provide them with the options to move forward in their lives and become self-sufficient and independent members of the local community, as well as maintain a life free from abuse.
Williams AllianceWilliams Alliance Contact: Candice Koenker
A community prevention coalition – any community member who is interested in prevention of alcohol and drug abuse among youth and adults may join. The meeting is usually on the first Wednesday of the month at the Williams Justice Court from 11:30-12:30pm. The alliance has three active standing committees and workgroups that plan activities for youth, focus on policy change, and encourage strategies that reduce underage drinking.
Williams Animal Action Group (WAAGS)Williams Animal Action Group (WAAGS) Contact: Kali
Low cost spay and neuter and twice yearly rabies clinic.
Williams Aquatic CenterWilliams Aquatic Center
Call for seasonal hours.
Instructed swim lessons, instructed aerobics, the pool offers a guarded climate for swimmers during various public, senior and adult, and lap swimming times. Instructors and lifeguards take part in various safety related functions.
Williams Food BankWilliams Food Bank
Food boxes are given out on Fridays starting at 1pm. Emergency food boxes are available if food supplies are adequate – must show proof of eligibility.
Williams Head StartWilliams Head Start
Head Start and Early Head Start programs offer exciting learning opportunities for expecting parents, and children ages Birth – 5 years of age. We work with families to ensure that every child has the skills & knowledge needed for success in school. We work with the whole family to provide medical, dental, nutritional & mental health support. We partner with parents to support their learning interests and goals for the future while working with community partners and services to enhance and support those goals. We are NAEYC Accredited and provide all of these services at no cost to the families if families qualify. Full Day & half-Day Classrooms & Home Base services are available to meet families in the way that best fits their needs, and children with special needs are welcome.
Williams Lions ClubWilliams Lions Club Contact: George Watt
Provides eye exams, eye glasses, and hearing assistance – services approved by application or referred by school nurse – fees based on economic need.
Williams Rotary InternationalWilliams Rotary International Contact: Patricia Centeno Helgeson
Rotary has provided college scholarships to dozens of Williams High School Seniors and supports many other community projects. The Rotary sponsors a leadership program for students called “RYLA” and helps fund community organizations that serve the needs of the Williams are. Rotary International programs foster understanding around the world.