Resources for Families
The Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth has a variety of blogs and webinars, as well as an informational mailing list with information to support meeting the needs of children in Coconino County. The coalition also has helpful resource guides for Williams, Flagstaff, Tuba City, and Page.
Flagstaff Unified School District's Family Resource Center provides free tutoring, computer and internet access, community resources and referrals, and parenting information.
Hope Receiving Center is a resource for youth and families in Coconino County that aims to deflect and divert low-risk youth from the formal juvenile justice system. They provide immediate diversions, youth and/or family assessment/support, emotional regulation, and on-site enrollment in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System. This organization is located at the Coconino County Juvenile Court.
The Coconino County Health and Human Services department has various resources available to promote access to health services and information.
Terros Health provides mobile crisis response services that are available 24/7. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, self-harm, depression, abuse, or a psychiatric emergency, call 877-756-4090 for support.
The Northland Family Help Center operates a dual domestic violence and sexual assault shelter, as well as a youth shelter for unaccompanied children and youth. They also provide counseling services, legal advocacy, and community education.
The Child Mind Institute has an expansive website of resources to help promote children’s mental health, behavior, and learning. They have parenting guides for trauma, behavior issues, various disabilities, and more.
Native Americans for Community Action provides holistic healthcare services to the Flagstaff area. These services address family health, behavioral health, health promotion, and community development.
Navajo Family Voices provides help and support to families on the Navajo Nation. This organization finds resources and build partnerships among Diné families, health providers, schools, non-profits, and especially extended families. They also provide direct services in connecting families with resources and have an attorney on staff who can help with legal information.