The high cost of living in the Flagstaff area prevents many families above the FPL from affording high-quality preschool
Increase access to community resources by building relationships with families
- High cost of living mixed with minimum wage increases make it hard for families to afford programming
- Families are a child’s primary teacher
- Students with engaged families attend school more regularly, earn better grades, enroll in advanced level programs and have higher graduation rates
- Families need multiple supports in a coordinated, equitable, and efficient manner
- Use our Elevate PreK Resource Finder to see what early learning programs you may qualify for, including the Elevate PreK Pilot classrooms
- Connect with an Elevate Family Partner to help you navigate what programs will help your family
- Build a Community Collaboration Committee that includes families and service providers to streamline ALL social services needed
Elevate PreK Resource Finder
Find what child care or preschool options are available.
Find what child care assistance you may qualify for.
See if you qualify for an Elevate PreK pilot classroom.
Elevate Family Partner
Our Elevate Family Partner can help you find early learning programs and other community resources needed to be a thriving family.
Community Collaboration Committee
Our collaborative committee is working with community organizations and families to identify how we can streamline services to make sure families have access to ALL supports, from early learning and beyond.
Building Community and First Things First convened families and organizations to move towards making a one-stop shop for support services and social connections.
Coconino County Health and Human Services has awarded Candelen with a two-year grant to provide relationship-based outreach to families while getting them connected to any community service.