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San Carlos Apache Region

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1,435

Population of young children (under age 6)

56%

Percentage of young children living in poverty

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The boundaries of the San Carlos Apache Region are defined to be those of the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. The region covers almost 3,000 square miles in east-central Arizona. Most of the region lies within Gila and Graham counties, although there is a small, uninhabited section in Pinal County. The reservation, which was established in 1871, is divided into four districts: Seven Mile Wash, Gilson Wash, Peridot and Bylas.

Priorities

The San Carlos Apache Regional Partnership Council makes strategic investments to support the healthy development and learning of the young children in the region. The council’s priorities include:

  • Improving the quality of child care and preschool programs
  • Improving the quality of family, friend and neighbor care
  • Promoting health, nutrition and physical activity
  • Developmental, sensory and oral health screenings
  • Strengthening families through native language preservation and parenting workshops

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First Things First Staff

LaToya Beatty

Regional Director, San Carlos Apache

928.425.8172

Cindi Alva

Sr. Director, Central East Region

520.836.5838

Veronica Gossett

Parent Awareness and Community Outreach Coordinator

928.425.8172

Nicole Vargas

Administrative Assistant II - Gila & San Carlos

928.177.9003

Regional Office

Cobre Valley Plaza Shopping Center
2250 Highway 60/70, Suite K
Globe, AZ 85501
Dr. Chinwe Egbo

Dr. Chinew Egbo is San Carlos Apache’s 2018 Champion for Young Children

Dr. Chinwe Egbo has been selected as the 2018 San Carlos Apache First Things First Champion for Young Children.The award is given to local champions who…

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Family Stories — San Carlos Apache More Stories

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Gardening encourages San Carlos Apache girl to make healthy food choices and stay active

​Gardening became an adventure for young Kelsie Garland when she was introduced to it at Head Start in Bylas.Kelsie was part of a garden program called Grow…

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Early literacy experiences lead to reading success for San Carlos Apache fourth-grader

When Marlencia Benally enrolled her 1-year-old son in a program to receive children’s books every month in the mail, she had no idea that she would be…

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Native language preservation program benefits San Carlos Apache girl

One of the reasons April Noline enrolled her infant daughter Emma-Jean in the San Carlos Apache Kid Child Care Center was that it provided instruction in the…

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