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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American Red CrossAmerican Red Cross
Provides disaster education classes and relief plans and kids; health and safety water classes; babysitting training; infant, child and adult CPR; first aid and water safety classes; wilderness first aid. There is a charge for certain classes.
AmeriCorps members serve tutoring programs for school system students from kindergarten to high school seniors in basic skill subjects.
Anew LivingAnew Living
Affordable Transitional Housing for those that are homeless or threatened with eviction; life skills, budgeting, coping skills, job interviewing skills, healthy lifestyle, computer literacy, and financial literacy classes on site.
ANEW LIVING’s Temporary Emergency Family RoomANEW LIVING’s Temporary Emergency Family Room
Angels Care Home HealthAngels Care Home Health
100% Medicare Covered Service for Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Home Health Aide and Social Worker in your own home or assisted living.
Another WayAnother Way
Another Way helps families affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse. We provide crisis intervention, emergency housing, and education services for adults and children, men and women. An additional program helps offenders learn strategies for controlling outbursts. To speak to an advocate for non-emergency assistance, as well as after hours, holidays or weekends, please call 928-645-5300
Area Agency on Aging (NACOG)Area Agency on Aging (NACOG)
Medicare/Benefits Counseling; Resident Advocacy; Information and Referrals; Family Caregiver Supports; Care Transitions; Contracts with other social service agencies to coordinate meals, transportation, and in-home care for seniors.
Arizona Attorney General’s OfficeArizona Attorney General’s Office
the mission of the Child and Family Protection Division is to provide the Department of Economic Security (DES) with high quality and timely legal advice and representation to promote the safety, economic sufficiency and well being of children, adults and families by:
-protecting children from abuse and neglect
-establishing permanent living situations for children
-increasing the collection of child support orders
-increasing the number of paternity establishments
-prosecuting welfare fraud
Arizona Consortium for Children with Chronic Illness (ACCCI)Arizona Consortium for Children with Chronic Illness (ACCCI)
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for chronically ill children and their families through advocacy and education. The principal goal of ACCCI is to achieve a coordinated, comprehensive, and responsive service delivery system that has the ability to meet the medical, educational, social, financial and emotional needs of the child and the family.
Arizona Department of EducationArizona Department of EducationExceptional Student Services Contact: Karol Basel
Our ESS program is very strong and powerful advocate for students with disabilities. They may have specific programs in the K-12 settings but I’m not aware of them. Angela heads up the division but she has a very busy schedule. Her staff should be able to fill you in on programs.