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Keeping Track: Using Data to Serve Homeless Children and Families

Last month, CCC hosted the premiere of our newest Keeping Track of New York City’s Children databook. In preparation for this event, we participated in a number of discussions with experts from the child-serving community in various NYC communities abo …

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Using Keeping Track Data to Better Meet the Needs of Children in Hunts Point

After the release of CCC’s Community Risk Ranking earlier this year, CCC and the Hunts Point Alliance for Children began conversations about what the data tell us about the needs of children and families living in the community. The Hunts Point Allianc …

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CCC’s New York City FY2016 Executive Budget Summary

The New York City Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2016 takes additional steps to address income inequality, child safety and child well-being by including city funding for 100 new shelter beds and mental health services for runaway and homeless youth; …

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Keeping Children Safe in NYC Includes Traffic Safety

Keeping Children Safe in NYC Includes Traffic Safety

Policymakers focusing on keeping children safe often focus on protecting children from child abuse, gun violence, disease, suicide, sex-trafficking, homelessness, and relationship violence. But as is documented in both Keeping Track and the April 2015 …

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CCC at MoMA: A Record-Breaking Celebration

CCC at MoMA: A Record-Breaking Celebration

Over 800 guests gathered together for a private evening at The Museum of Modern Art on April 27 to support CCC and honor dedicated child advocates, Brad S. Karp and Chris Stern Hyman. View a Photo Gallery from the Event. Brad Karp, Chair of Paul Weiss …

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