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Teen Mental Health First Aid expanding in Chandler …

Teen Mental Health First Aid is a National Council for Mental Wellbeing peer-to-peer program recently adopted by the Chandler Unified School District as part of its effort to deal more effectively …

Salazar: Resource to help those who stutter

Your article “Chandler speech therapy business celebrates 5-year anniversary” was highly positive.

West Valley nonprofit to distribute holiday goodies to …

Helping Others Together, a West Valley nonprofit, is getting ready to brighten the holidays for kids and families in need.

Seniors can look to banking institution for help

Senior fraud continues to be problematic for residents in the Sun Cities. According to the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office website, several scams seek to take advantage of seniors using believable tactics.

Help to Heal Counseling Services moves within Gilbert

Help to Heal Counseling Services relocated to 3651 E. Baseline Road, suite E-120, Gilbert. It treats depression, anxiety, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. 480-452-3882. …

Valley leaders among those honored for efforts to end …

Fourteen community advocates from across the state earned awards from Wildfire for their individual and collective efforts in the battle against poverty.

Phoenix Walmart to donate $5,300 to local nonprofits

The upcoming grand opening of a remodeled Phoenix Walmart location will include grants to local nonprofits.

Artists, fine wines to gather at Scottsdale Kierland …

The second annual Kierland Fine Art & Wine Festival is coming to Scottsdale.

Nonprofit, corporate partners put injured Army veteran …

Nonprofit Helping a Hero, Bass Pro Shops and homebuilder Lennar welcomed retired Army Staff Sgt. Brent Bretz   on Sept. 28 to a brand-new home adapted to make daily life easier for the …

Valley local nonprofit is looking to serve over 2,000 …

As August marks back to school, many families across the state are finding it harder to afford pricey school essentials. To help combat these issues a local nonprofit is stepping up to provide the foster community with essential items to ensure every child has what they need to be successful during the school year.

Green: Wants to help the needy in Sun City

I am wondering why food bank users are not being required to show eligibility for free food.

Queen Creek couple offers services to help fellow …

The Emmelhainzes may be retired, but they haven’t stopped working. The 63-year-old Queen Creek residents Michael and Julie Emmelhainz, a former Boeing vice president and a 30-year nursing …