Role & ObjectiveEvery year, unintentional injuries kill and disable more children than all other childhood diseases combined. Our goal is to reduce unintentional childhood injury. This is done through education and instruction on topics and issues such as car seat safety, bicycle and pedestrian safety, safe sleep, sledding, and more.
Basic Car Seat Safety Classes
The Coconino County Public Health Services District offers:
- Car seat installation classes (two-hour class)
- Proper car seat installation instructions / check (by appointment)
- Children are Priceless Passengers (CAPP) Classes
- Governor’s Office of Highway Safety CAPP Class Information
Flagstaff area services are available at the Coconino County Public Health Services District, 2625 N. King Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86004.
For More Information
Be safe: always buckle up!
For more information and/or to schedule a class at the Northern Region Office contact Lola Riggs at (928) 608-6108 ext. 7295.
For information regarding services available in the Flagstaff area, please call (928) 679-7261.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety
Our goal is to promote safe biking and walking to school and as a mode of transportation.
Parents and caregivers can reduce the risk of sleep-related infant death by following American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) safe sleep guidelines. Information at: Cribs for Kids website
Learn more about the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center - keeping Arizonans healthy and safe, and providing the expert medical knowledge they need when they have a poison emergency. azpoison.com
Car Seat Recycling
Tired and retired car seats can be dropped off at CCPHSD, 2625 N. King Street, Flagstaff, during regular business hours or at a scheduled car seat recycling event. Events are scheduled twice each year. Serviceable seats are reissued in Sonora Mexico and others are broken down and parts recycled.
These programs are funded in part by the Bureau of Women’s and Children’s Health as made available through the Arizona Department of Health Services. This project is supported by funds from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Maternal and Child Health Bureau (under grant number 93.994), and Women’s and Children’s Community Health for $99,860. The information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should be any endorsements be inferred by, the U.S. government, DHHS, or HRSA.