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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Arizona Department of EducationArizona Department of EducationPost School Outcomes Contact: Jay Johnson
Each public education agency (PEA) that serves transition-aged students with disabilities is required to participate in the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey every year. Students who exited high school are contacted and administered an eight-question survey designed to capture student engagement in post-secondary education/training or employment. Data obtained from the PSO Survey facilitates results-driven analysis and improvement to secondary transition programs at the state and local levels.
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality – Sustainability Programs UnitArizona Department of Environmental Quality – Sustainability Programs Unit
Grants available to assist in the removal of asbestos and lead-based paint from homes. Also, provide education on proper clean-up methods and recycling of hazardous home materials.
Arizona Department of Veterans’ ServicesArizona Department of Veterans’ Services
Benefits counseling, cemetery-memorial-internment/burial services; education & SAA; fiduciary services; state veteran homes; veteran driver license
Arizona DES (PAGE, AZ) – Family Assistance AdministrationArizona DES (PAGE, AZ) – Family Assistance Administration
Offers food stamps, and medical & cash assistance. Must have proof of citizenship.
Arizona DES – Early Intervention ProgramArizona DES – Early Intervention Program Contact: Maggie Carbajal
Supports families who have a child between the ages of birth to three years of age with developmental delays. This agency works with families and children who present developmental delays or established disabilities. Services offered include service coordination, evaluation, support, and therapies as needed. Referrals to the program can be made by anyone who has a concern about a child’s development. Most often, referrals come from family members or pediatricians who refer the child for further evaluation. For our contact services statewide click HERE.
Arizona DES Child CareArizona DES Child Care
The purpose of DES Child Care is to assist eligible families with child care costs, enabling parents to participate in employment and specific education and training activities related to employment, or in certain other circumstances when parents are unable to provide care. Families may choose from a variety of child care providers including Department of Health Services (DHS) licensed child care centers, DHS-certified child care group homes, DES-certified small family child care homes, and in some instances, non-certified relatives.
Arizona DES Child Support EnforcementArizona DES Child Support Enforcement
Established in 1975 as Title IV-D of the Social Security Act, the Child Support Services program is a federal/state/local program that collects child support from parents who are legally obligated to pay. The goals are threefold:
- To ensure that children are supported by their parents,
- To foster family responsibility by offering services and resources to families that will help them become more self-reliant, and
- To reduce the costs of welfare to the taxpayer.
Arizona Families for Home Education (AFHE)Arizona Families for Home Education (AFHE)
AFHE is a strategic organization that serves the needs and protects the rights of Arizona’s homeschooling families. AFHE is a non-profit educational corporation directed by a Christian Board. AFHE membership is open to all homeschooling parents to children.