Milo & Moxie Smart Safety Rangers

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FREE Yoga tomorrow at Arizona Burn Foundation. Burn survivors and families are invited to join us and enjoy relaxing meditative yoga. For questions or more information, contact us: ... See MoreSee Less

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We love seeing Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers being taught to children throughout Arizona with the help of our amazing partners. Thank you Sedona Fire for sharing! ... See MoreSee Less

Fire Prevention Week 2017. Big Park School & Precious Stones Preschool were visited by Sedona Firefighters today. The Milo & Moxie program was presented to Big Park, while the preschoolers practiced c...

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Camp Courage 2018 dates are here! Mark your calendars for June 3rd - June 10th!

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Camp Courage 2018

June 3, 2018, 11:00am - June 10, 2018, 1:00pm

The Arizona Children’s Burn Camp, Camp Courage, was created to address the emotional needs of children who have suffered severe burn injuries. The inaugural camp at Friendly Pines in Prescott began ...

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Our CEO Robyn Julien and Director of Client Care Services Lori Janik enjoyed dinner last night with the young men and women we sponsored to attend Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors World Burn Congress in Dallas!

World Burn Congress is an annual, international conference that brings together over 900 burn survivors, families, and professionals in the burn care community. It is a great opportunity to gain a sense of community, support, and healing.

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Children are the most vulnerable group for burn and scald injuries. Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers story-time curriculum addresses burn safe behaviors for both children and their parents. Milo, an adorable and loveable dog, teaches Moxie, an inquisitive hummingbird, how to prevent burn injury and be fire safe in and around the home. Over 50 volunteers have been trained to present this interactive and fun program to children throughout Arizona. If you are interested in offering burn prevention education in your classroom, please contact:

According to SafeKids Worldwide, in 2012, more than 136,000 children across the country, including more than 67,000 children 4 and under, were injured due to a fire or burn and treated in emergency rooms.

Scald burns, caused by hot liquids or steam, and contact burn are the most common types of burn-related injuries among young children. For safety tips to prevent burn injury to your child check out the links below: 


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