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Other Resources will:

•    Assist people who need to utilize court services find the information they need about their court: location, hours, terms of payment, parking, accessibility, etc.

•    Provide with support of Arizona law librarians: live chat forums to answer legal information questions, details on upcoming Legal Talk clinics, and other information needed by self-represented litigants

•    Links and resources to other specialized legal information websites that provide broader legal information and access, when possible, to free and reduced legal assistance.

The website, administered by the Arizona Bar Foundation through the support of the Arizona Supreme Court, is in partnership with the courts across Arizona and their Law Libraries. Coconino County Court assisted in spearheading the development of the website in conjunction with their Virtual Resource Center, Legal Talks, assisted by the Attorney General’s Office, the State Library of Arizona, and Department of Economic Security.

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Click the link above to find the Annual Fuel Economy Guide for new vehicles and other helpful information!


eBook Resources

Parents:  Are you trying to find out the points for your child's AR Book?  Click the link below to search for the book and find out number of points.

* Helpful Financial Resources *

IDENTITY THEFT:  What to Know, What to do.

Federal Trade Commission

How to spot frauds and scams.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

FOTONOVELAS:  Awareness about scams targeting the Latino community


Federal Trade Commission

Behind on Bills?  Start with one step.

WORKBOOK (24 pages)

from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

54 Ways to Save Money


What to Save For


Reference & Research Resources

Northern Arizona Council Of Governments is a nonprofit membership corporation representing local governments to provide a wide variety of services within the four Arizona counties of Apache, Coconino, Navajo, and Yavapai.

Click on the link/image above for help in quitting smoking.

If you have questions or need more help you can contact the

Apache County Division of Public Health Education

by clicking on the link/image below.

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