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CCC Advocates in Albany

Winter in New York means one thing at CCC – we pack our bags and board trains and buses to advocate in Albany. And as springtime makes its much-needed arrival, we know that there are only a few days left before the State adopts the new budget for the f …

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, , , Child Welfare, Early Childhood Education, Financial Stability, Health and Mental Health, Housing and Homelessness, Juvenile Justice

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CCC’s Community Risk Ranking: Housing

Thank you for joining our blog series, which explores CCC’s Community Risk Ranking in greater detail. So far, we have examined the economic security data and what they tell us about life for at-risk children in New York City. For our next entry, we wil …

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City’s Pre-Kindergarten For All Initiative Reaches Children Across the 5 Boroughs with Children in the Poorest Districts Benefiting Greatly

City’s Pre-Kindergarten For All Initiative Reaches Children Across the 5 Boroughs with Children in the Poorest Districts Benefiting Greatly

 Click here to download pdf of this analysis and to view maps. There are nearly 1.8 million children living in New York City and about half a million of them are under the age of five. Nearly 30 percent of all NYC children reside in poverty, and in som …

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CCC’s Community Risk Ranking: Economic Security

CCC’s Community Risk Ranking has generated a lot of attention about the challenges facing New York City children and their families. The New York Times, New York Daily News, and other local news outlets have already offered their take and analysis on C …

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Message from Jennifer March: CCC’s Community Risk Ranking

Over 1.7 million children live in New York City, the largest child population in the country. Far too many of them are faced with challenges that could have serious and long-lasting impacts on their well-being — poverty, unstable housing, inadequate e …

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, , , Child Welfare, Early Childhood Education, Financial Stability, Health and Mental Health, Healthy, Affordable Food, Housing and Homelessness, Youth Services

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