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21. DataSpeak Hot Links And Resources
youth Violence A Report of the Surgeon general. Rockville, MD. arizona Child FatalityReview Team. Expenditures for care of children with chronic illnesses
Hot Links The Health of Immigrant Populations: Coverage, Access, and Outcomes Immigrants' Health Care: Coverage and Access, The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, August 2000. Overweight and Obesity in Children and Adolescents The Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity, 2001

News Release on Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity, 2001
Physical Activity and Health: A Report of the Surgeon General, 1996

Bright Futures in Practice: Physical Activity

CDC Training Module: Overweight Children and Adolescents: Screen, Assess and Manage
International Perspectives on Youth Violence Best Practices of Youth Violence Prevention: A Sourcebook for Community Action (

22. Family, Youth & Community
arizona 4H Website - University of arizona Building Partnerships for youth - Universityof arizona Farm Safety for children Helping children
Home Need Info : Resources General Information Aging Community Program Evaluation ... KidsCorner General Information
Agricultural Education
University of Arizona
Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network (CYFERnet)

Family Information Website

University of Arizona
Money 2000+
University of Arizona
School of Family and Consumer Sciences
University of Arizona
University of Arizona
University of Missouri
University of Illinois Grandparents raising grandchildren University of Arizona Walk in My Shoes. Age Awareness Project University of Illinois Community Project CENTRAL University of Arizona Family Community Connection University of Arizona Extension Community Leadership University of Arizona Child and Family Webguide Tufts University Children, Youth and Families at Risk USDA/CSREES Family and Consumer Education North Carolina State University Family Quiz University of Illinois Family Studies and Human Development University of Arizona Family Works. Strategies for Building Stronger Families University of Illinois Helping Children Succeed in School University of Illinois Human Environmental Sciences University of Missouri Risky Business University of Arizona Gila County A Guide to the Business of Babysitting University of Illinois Arizona's Rules for Child Care Facilities Child and Family Webguide Tufts University Grandparents raising grandchildren University of Arizona Kids Count Data - Profile for Arizona National Network for Child Care Pinal Parent Project University of Arizona

23. ACF - Programs
for youth and those who work with youth. Food Stamp Program; Women, infants, children(WIC) food Wyoming REGION 9 SAN FRANCISCO arizona, California, Hawaii
Questions? Privacy Site Index Contact Us ...
ACF Contacts for Issues with State, Territory, or Tribal Services

Are you looking for information on how to get assistance for yourself, your family, or a friend? If so, you may find our Contacts page helpful in finding assistance near you. Are you looking for general information about Federal programs serving children and families? On this page you will find links to information on the programs overseen by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). ACF oversees about 60 programs that provide funds to state, local, and tribal organizations, both public and private. ACF also has several partnership projects, Federal Committees, and clearinghouses that provide the public with a variety of resources. This page links to programs, regional offices , clearinghouses, committees, and special projects.

24. Pima County Resources - Arizona's Child Abuse InfoCenter
of families, to afford children and youth a supportive Christian social serviceagency serving children and families in arizona through Child and
Program Name: Phone: (520) 795-7541 or (800) 678-0648 E-mail Description: Arizona Baptist Children's Services is a non-profit organization serving all families/children/individuals in the Southern Arizona Region. Program Name: Arizona's Children Association Phone:
Description: Arizona Children's Association has day treatment, special education, group home program, treatment foster care/older child adoption, center for family therapy, teen parent program, infant adoption/unwed parent, and a residential treatment center. Program Name: Arizona Early Intervention Program Address: 4710 E. 29th St. Bldg.6
Tucson, AZ 85711 Phone: (520) 519-1677 ext. 1150 Description: They provide services for children from birth to age three with developmental delays, or for children with diagnosed conditions that will most likely result in delay.

25. CAA - Home Page
national and state information on homeless youth, including arizona children'S HEALTHFacts About children's Health in arizona general statistic about
Thursday, April 03, 2003 CAA Programs Contact Us Fiscal Project Help CAA ... Publications "We worry about what a child will be tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today." - Stacia Tauscher
Fact Sheets The following fact sheets provide detailed information about the well-being of young children in Arizona and one-page summaries of some of the issues affecting them and their families. The fact sheets are broken down by general subject area. If you have questions about any of the information provided, please contact the CAA staff member in that area. Our Links Page also provides access to national and state resources with information or referral services in all these areas.
Threats to Child Well-Being in Arizona
- Listing of how Arizona rates compared to other states and the nation in key indicators.
2002 Arizona State Profile
- Arizona's performance in key indicators of child well-being as listed on the Annie E. Casey Foundation web site.
KidsCount Data Online
- The Annie E. Casey Foundation has many online tools to view KidsCount data from Arizona and other U.S. states. Tools on this website allow you to graph indicators over time, compare states and view statistics in map form.

26. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
Development/youth Work. Parent/family Parenting of Sexual Involvement program inArizona; Research on trademark of the National children, youth and Families at

27. MoSt GeNe/Resources For Interested Persons And Their Families
national voice for parents of children, youth, and adults Project This upbeat projectat children's Hospital and from the Pilot Parents Partnership in arizona.
Resources for Patients and Families
C onsumer Issues Committee members bring consumer perspectives to the network's activities, facilitate consumer member's work within the network and provide educational programs for consumers about genetics, new technologies and legislative advocacy. To find consumer support services in this region, contact one of these agencies in: Arizona Colorado Montana New Mexico ... Wyoming
MoSt GeNe
Consumer Issues Committee Publications
Genetic Drift Issues Consumer Issues in Genetics
Vol. 18, Fall 2000 Consumer Issues in Genetics Services
Vol. 8, Winter 1992 Other Committee Publications

28. Any Baby Can Bookmarks
Center at The University of arizona; Centers for citysearch, etc ParentTime For family, Home, Child AJR NewsLink; Austin Texas; children, youth and family;
Any Baby Can Bookmarks
ABC Parents - Resources for You!
Gives you information about children and their needs, and also support for you.
Child Care, Child Abuse and Prevention, Health, and Education
Deal with specific needs, illness, etc...
eg: diabetes, cerebal palsy, infections and the like.
Government Sites

29. 4-H Youth Development 1999 Programs Of Excellence: Life Skills Development Throu
CYFAR Outcome Areas CHILD, youth, PARENT/family, and COMMUNITY and technical assistanceto community based programs for at risk children, youth, and families
Life Skills Development Through Projects
Study Shows 4-H Clubs Make a Difference in the Lives of Youth
New York
Program Description
The centerpiece of the study was the New York State 4-H Clubs: "Members Only" Survey

30. Extension CARES For America’s Children And Youth
Although the needs of preschool children are not adequately quality programs and servicesfor schoolage youth. University of arizona, Patty Merk, 602-470-8086
Multi-State Initiatives Extension CARES for America’s Children and Youth
A National Initiative of the Cooperative Extension System that improves child care and youth programs for infants and toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children and youth, and teens in out-of-school time. CSREES GOAL: This program will enhance economic opportunity and quality of life for Americans (REE Goal 5). By expanding the availability of quality child care at affordable prices, this program will help CSREES achieve two objectives: (5.1) to increase the capacity of communities and families to enhance their own economic well-being and, (5.2) to increase the capacity of communities, families, and individuals to improve their own quality of life. STATEMENT OF THE ISSUES TO BE ADDRESSED: The need for quality child care and youth programs (for infants/toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children and youth, and teens in out-of-school time) in the United States has never been greater. Over the course of their developmental years, millions of American children and youth will spend more time child care, school-age care, and other arrangements than they will in formal education. However, national studies show over 2/3 of all child care programs are poor to mediocre…some to the extent of actually harming the development of children. Children only spend about 20% of their time in school. The other 80% of their time is critical to positive development. Everyday 17 million parents need child care, 13 million children are in child care, 24 million children and youth need school-age programs, and about 5 million youth are left alone. This initiative aims to increase the quality, affordability, accessibility, availability and sustainability of child care and youth programs. However, these child care and youth issues are imbedded in much larger societal issues of

31. Eagleton Centers And Programs
photos and background profiles of children in the Although the Division of Youthand family Services Disability Resource Directory or the arizona Division of
New Jersey State Government Web Report Cards Introduction and Overview Governor Legislature Judiciary ... Agriculture Grade B+ Grade A- Grade A Grade B Grade B Grade B+ Community Affairs Corrections Education Environmental Protection ... Labor Grade B- Grade B+ Grade A- Grade A- Grade B Grade B Grade B+ Personnel Public Utilities State Transportation ... Treasury Grade A- Grade B+ Grade B+ Grade C Grade B- Grade B+ Grade A Human Services Overall Grade B Home Page Design B+ Content B Transactional Services B Links C+ Organization B- The Department of Human Services (DHS) is New Jersey's principal social services agency, administering welfare programs and other services for the disadvantaged, including abused and neglected children; troubled youth and families; people with low income; and people who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled, visually impaired or hard of hearing.

32. Colorado State Cooperative Extension Federal And State Extension Web Sites Menu
and Resource Economics Extension for arizona Ranchers' Management Also children,youth and family Network. University Publications on ag, family and youth.
You are here: Home Web Sites
Other Extension Web Sites Looking for information you can trust, from unbiased, reputable sources? Cooperative Extension has it! Here's an annotated list of Cooperative Extension web sites around the country.
National Extension Web Pages
  • A*DEC: A*DEC Distance Learning Consortium of state universities and land grant colleges. Distance learning references and tools. Newsletter. Searchable A*DEC program database. Peterson's distance education database.
  • E-Answers: One-stop search of publications from over 25 Cooperative Extension web sites. Search by keywords, or by keywords within a region.
  • JOE: Electronic Journal of Extension articles, searchable archive.
  • USDA: Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture - Programs, partners, funding opportunities, job bank, links, and other information.
State Extension Web Pages
  • Alabama: Auburn University - Publications on ag, community, Consumer, youth. Sold waste management database. Computer reference desk. Searchable.
  • Alaska: University of Alaska - Programs, newsletters, publications catalog, some online publications.

33. The Arizona Republic - Community Relations
Hope arizona general Assistance to youth • Camp Fire children's Action AllianceProtecting arizona's children • Christian family Care Agency
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Community Relations Main

How to Request Assistance

Community Initiatives

Season for Sharing

All Republic - Today azcentral News Sports Features Style Travel Business Food/Home
Advanced search, tips

Arizona Republic contributions, by initiative
Child Abuse Prevention Plate 2002 Grants
TOTAL: $700,600 Arizona Children's Association First Steps - Pima County education and support program aimed at reducing risk factors for child abuse. Association for Supportive Child Care Casa de los Ninos Legal Education, Parent Referral Line, Safe Baby Project - Educational programs, parent resources and a safe haven for newborn infants at risk for abandonment. Child Crisis Center East Valley, Inc. Family Support Program - Parenting education programs, child abuse prevention public awareness campaign, and promotional materials for First Steps program. Childhelp USA Childhelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline - National hotline 1-800-4-A-CHILD takes reports of child abuse and provides crisis intervention, referrals and education. Child Abuse Prevention Education Program - Year-round public awareness campaign.

34. Women Grants And Resources
Amazon Foundation Tucson, arizona Amazon Foundation makes grants to organizations care,minority health, women's health, Medicare, children and youth.
Fundsnet Women's Section
Directory Free Address Labels - The fund is a non-profit private foundation which gives business grants to women who wish to start a business, or grow a business they have already begun.
  • AAUW Educational Foundation
    The AAUW Educational Foundation is one of the nation's largest sources of private funding for educational programs that directly benefit women and girls. The Foundation funds: groundbreaking research; fellowships and grants for outstanding women from around the globe; special awards; and vital community action projects. Amazon Foundation - Tucson, Arizona
    Amazon Foundation makes grants to organizations that recognize and address the distinct needs of women and girls. Through our financial support, we seek to offer a diverse population of women and girls the resources they need to become participants in society. The Amber Foundation
    The Amber Foundation is a non-profit organization set up to help women of vision start new online businesses or help an existing one make a needed step forward. Arcus Foundation
    Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

35. Resources
arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Provides prevention and aftercareservices to youth, adults and Office of Women's and children's Health.
"Where Hope's Door is Always Open" Locations and Hours Contact Us Programs Donate
About Us Calendar of Events Care Club Sponsorship If you need help... Kids Cafe Store ... Newsletter Did you know There are almost 700,000 Arizonans living in poverty, and 56,000 of those are children living in Maricopa County Thirty years ago, in our first year of existence, Westside distributed 185,000 pounds of food. Last year, we distributed 30 MILLION pounds! In any given week, Westside serves 79,000 different people! "Where Hope's Door is Always Open" Locations and Hours Contact Us Programs Donate Resources Click on one of the links below for a specific category, or scroll down to browse.
Employment Services Energy Assistance Family/Child Assistance Food ... Statistics/Information/Advocacy
Employment Services Center for New Directions - Family Service Agency's employment program is called the Center for New Directions (CND). CND was established in 1978 to help women who need to transfer their focus and skills from the home to the workplace, in order to transform their status from dependency to self-sufficiency.
Call any of CND's three locations for more information: Mesa - (480) 507-8619 Phoenix - (602) 252-0918 Glendale - (623) 435-8530
Maricopa Workforce Connections - Assists families in transitioning from welfare to jobs.

36. Student Services Matrix/Arizona Regents Learner-Centered Education
Elder Care. Child and family Services offers a The Northern arizona Regional GerontologyInstitute offers Coalition; Institute for children, youth and Families.
Learner-Centered Education in the
Arizona University System
Student Services Matrix
ASU NAU UA A. Educational Services
  • Advising
DUAS Academic Advising Services The Freshman Year Experience (FYE) has several sites across campus, with many located in residence halls. Academic advisors are located in these residence halls under the umbrella of FYE. University Gateway Center provides academic advising and mentoring to transitional students (new freshman , transfers and students seeking advise on change of major). Individual college advisement centers provide advising for all college majors. Career Services provides assistance with career planning and the job search process. Freshman Year Center provides advising for general education for Freshmen in selected colleges and undecided majors. Office of Academic Services provides general education advising for selected colleges. Advising Center for Exploratory Students (ACES) advises undecided students. Individual college advisement centers provide advising for all college majors. Office of Academic Services provides pre-law and pre-med advising for students in all colleges. UA Faculty Fellows Program helps promote student-faculty interactions outside the formal classroom environment.

37. On-Line Technical Assistance
OST programs can evaluate their family involvement strategies Guide Institute forChildren, youth, and Families (University of arizona) a process to
Learning Support Services
part of
Regional School and Community Services 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) On-Line Technical Assistance
Resources for Out of School Time Program Planning
We have identified resources that are available on line that may be of assistance to you as you plan your afterschool program. We will be adding to this resource bank as we identity additional information and materials.
Each topic below is linked to specific resources. Index GENERAL INFORMATION Collaboration New Resources added - 3/11/03 Evaluation Family Literacy Funding Higher Education ... Youth Development Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access all PDF files.
Click here to learn how to get this free program.
GENERAL INFORMATION Promising Practices in Afterschool (AED) - information and resources in seven component areas:
  • Programming (links to data added-10/29/02) Financing
  • Back to Index Collaboration Whether called collaboration or cooperation or partnership or connection, virtually all successful ventures to improve the quality of programs for kids and their families involve collections of individuals and groups that agree to set aside differences to find common ground. It is this common ground which forms the foundation of successful collaborations.

    38. Links & Resources
    There are no fees for services provided in the state of arizona. Back to Top. NlCHCY,National Information Center for children and youth with Disabilities.
    Text-only version of this web site
    Resources for Deafblindness
    Table of Contents
    Arizona Deafblind Resources State Deafblind Projects National Deafblind Resources
    General Resources
    Clearinghouses in Collaboration
    is a consortium of six clearinghouses funded by the Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, that provide information on disability-related issues.
    Note: V-Voice TTY-A text telephone device used by people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled for typing phone conversations.
    Arizona Deafblind Resources



    Back to Top ARIZONA DEAFBLIND PROJECT [307.11 State Grantees]
    PO Box 87010 Tucson, AZ 85754 FAX: (520) 770-3759 E-Mail: URL: The purpose of the project is that all children who are deaf-blind be identified statewide, and families be empowered to advocate for their children in their home and natural communities. The project has four operant goals: (a) Identify children who are deaf-blind through outreach, project visibility, coordinating identification efforts with other state child find efforts, and assisting families and service providers with validation of sensory loss; (b) deliver technical assistance to families; (c) Deliver technical assistance to service providers in the areas of parent education, transition, transdisciplinary assessments, teacher competencies and current best practices being the focus; and (d) Enhance community oversight and coordinate and collaborate with state and national organizations.

    39. CSRD Footprints - Grant Information
    focus areas are family and children, education, services for arizona http// care,housing and the homeless, youth and family
    There are many additional funding opportunities out there for schools. Be sure to go to the archived past newsletters for more grant information and Web sites to help you in your search for funding.
    Labeled as "Your gateway to Philanthropy on the World Wide Web," The Foundation Center offers a comprehensive, searchable database for private foundations, corporate grantmakers, grantmaking public charities, and community foundations. This newsletter will focus on two of those grantmakers, community foundations and corporate grantmakers. Grants specific to our regional states Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah are highlighted after a description of the type of grants these organizations or foundations offer. Our next issue will highlight some of the funding available from the other two types of grantmakers: private foundations and grantmaking public charities. Community Foundations: “Community foundations are 501(c)(3) organizations that make grants for charitable purposes in a specific community or region. The funds available to a community foundation are usually derived from many donors and held in an endowment that is independently administered; income earned by the endowment is then used to make grants. Although a community foundation may be classified by the IRS as a private foundation, most are classified as public charities and are thus eligible for maximum tax-deductible contributions from the general public.” Arizona:

    40. PsycLAW Online Print Resources Family Law
    family Support Act (adopted by arizona, Arkansas, Colorado Act, is to ensure thatchildren are financially family and youth Services Bureau A primary goal of

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