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CCC’s Advocacy Sets Foundation for Key Child Welfare Reforms

This past year, CCC’s advocacy has helped lay the groundwork for important child welfare reforms at the federal, state and city levels.  Through collaborations with legislative champions, City and State agencies, and our child welfare colleagues – incl …

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CCC Responds to the Adopted Budget for City Fiscal Year 2017

On June 14, 2016, the City Council voted to adopt an $82.1 billion budget for City Fiscal Year 2017. This budget includes a number of items that CCC advocated for: Restoring funding for 26,000 middle school children to have summer camp this year Expand …

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New York Court System Should Treat Youths as Youths

This Opinion Piece by former Bronx Family Court Judge Monica Drinane and CCC’s Stephanie Gendell was published in the Albany Times Union on June 7, 2016. Raising the age at which youth are automatically charged as adults so that 16- and 17-year-old you …

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CCC YouthAction on the School to Prison Pipeline in NYC

CCC’s YouthAction Members recently conducted research on the School to Prison Pipeline, which is a nationwide trend of school safety and discipline policies that push youth out of the education system and into the juvenile or criminal justice systems. …

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CCC Raises Over $1 million at MoMA

CCC Raises Over $1 million at MoMA

Over 700 New Yorkers gathered for a private evening at the Museum of Modern Art on May 17th to celebrate CCC’s mission to ensure that every child is healthy, housed, educated and safe. ►View a photo gallery from the event At the event, CCC honored Jacq …

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