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RESOURCE, INFORMATION & REFERRAL SUPPORT

COMMUNITY PREGNANCY CENTER

COMMUNITY PREGNANCY CENTER

MISSION: Provide support for women who are in a crisis pregnancy or related problem.

CORNUCOPIA COMMUNITY ADVOCATES

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MISSION:

To enhance community spirit and effectiveness through sharing resources.

AGENCY SELF-DESCRIPTION:

Community Resources: Cornucopia identifies emergent community needs through conducting studies that describe the need, such as child hunger in Yavapai County. Cornucopia then collaborates with other organizations to create community action plans for creating resources that address the community need. In addition, Cornucopia accepts charitable community service groups as affiliates that benefit from Cornucopia's 501c3 nonprofit status.

Multiple Internet Services: Yavapai County Community Platform website platform includes an online community resource directory, resource maps, public listings for jobs, volunteers, goods and services.

Emergency Financial Aid: Families and individuals can apply for Cornucopia emergency aid through social service agencies, including Catholic Charities, St. Vincent de Paul, Salvation Army, NACOG Community Services, hospitals, etc.

Monday, 22 September 2014

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, HUMBOLDT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, HUMBOLDT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

MISSION:

Provide support to the families, students, parents, community and staff members as a safe haven where people can get whatever assistance or referrals that they need. Identify, coordinate, and provide assistance and support for the students who comprise our “homeless” population.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER, YAVAPAI REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER

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MISSION: To provide developmental information, emotional support and community resource referral services to families with newborns and/or young children in the greater Quad City area. This includes voluntary programs like First Steps and Healthy Families that are provided at absolutely no cost. 

FOUR COUNTY CONFERENCE ON DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

MISSION: 

With energy and enthusiasm, we commit to conscientiously serve our community and provide our citizens with accessible local government; provide the most effective and efficient delivery of services; be sensitive to the needs of ALL citizens in our changing world; challenge, recognize and support our employees because they are the backbone of the county; protect, preserve and care for our environment.

GMO-FREE PRESCOTT

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MISSION:

GMO-Free Prescott works to raise awareness and increase understanding about the health risks associated with the consumption of genetically engineered foods (GMOs) and their related pesticides. We are committed to a grassroots effort that encourages informed, nourishing and safe food choices.

HEALTHY FAMILIES

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MISSION: Healthy Families is a voluntary, free home-visitation program that helps families foster self-sufficiency, encourage parent-child relationships, find community resources, address health, safety and developmental needs and promote literacy and school readiness.  

HOUSE OF RUTH PREGNANCY CARE CENTER

MISSION: The House of Ruth Pregnancy Care Center is a Christian ministry dedicated to serving pregnant women and to protecting the lives of unborn children. Our goal is to demonstrate the love of Christ by assisting with emotional, spiritual, and physical needs, enabling women to make healthy, life-affirming choices throughout pregnancy, delivery and beyond.

LIFE CONNECTIONS, PREGNANCY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL

LIFE CONNECTIONS, PREGNANCY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL

MISSION:

Our mission is to serve all people who are struggling with making tough choices regarding an unintended pregnancy, This is accomplished through free, loving and non-judgmental support by our dedicated and caring volunteers.

NORTHERN ARIZONA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (NACOG) HEAD START

AGENCY SELF-DESCRIPTION:

Head Start, a federally funded program, serves children zero to five years of age. NACOG Head Start programs use a comprehensive approach to meet the needs of enrolled children and their families. The programs work with families to address the education, health, dental, and nutrition needs of young children and provide many opportunities for parents to become engaged and to empower their own growth and development.

PREVENT CHILD ABUSE ARIZONA

PREVENT CHILD ABUSE ARIZONA

MISSION:

To prevent the abuse and neglect of Arizona’s children.

RAISING SPECIAL KIDS

RAISING SPECIAL KIDS

MISSION: The mission of Raising Special Kids is to improve the lives of children with disabilities by providing families with parent to parent support, training, information and individual assistance.

SOUTHWEST HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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MISSION: Southwest Human Development is Arizona's largest nonprofit dedicated to early childhood development providing services that help families with young children ages birth through five. Our programs are designed to for a child's earliest years because we know that those early experiences have the greates impact on their future learning, behavior and health. We are work in five key areas: Child Development and Mental Health, Easterseals Disabilities Services, Early Literacy and Head Start, Child Welfare, and Professional Education.

STEPPING STONES AGENCIES

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MISSION: To provide 24-hour emergency shelter, advocacy and support services for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or homelessness in West Yavapai County.    

UNITED WAY OF YAVAPAI COUNTY

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MISSION: Unite people, organizations and resources to improve lives and build strong communities throughout Yavapai County.

PHONE REFERRALS & 24-HOUR HOTLINES

Emergency Services: 911 Police, Fire and Ambulance


Arizona Poison & Drug Information Center - website
(800) 222-1222
Birth to Five Helpline - website 
(877) 705-5437
Child Care Resource & Referral - website 
(800) 308-9000 
Child Abuse Hotline - website
(888) 767-2445
Stepping Stone Agencies - website
Domestic Violence Hotline: (928) 445-4673
2-1-1 Arizona - website
24-hour Help Hotline (877) 211-8661