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How homelessness impacts children

How homelessness impacts children

Homelessness in New York City has captured a lot of attention in recent months, and rightly so – more than 62,000 New Yorkers are currently living in Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelters. But what often gets overlooked in the conversation abo …

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The Difference Data Makes

The Difference Data Makes

My name is Apurva Mehrotra, and I’m CCC’s Director of Research and Data Analysis. Data has always been integral to CCC’s work – for years, we’ve been collecting and analyzing data on hundreds of indicators of child well-being, and we maintain the large …

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New York City Children: Risk and Race Collide

New York City Children: Risk and Race Collide

The child population in New York City is the largest and among the most diverse in the United States. Of the 1.8 million kids who call the city home, 35% are Latino, 26% are white, 23% are black and 12% are Asian. But when it comes to children growing …

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New York Neighborhoods Ranked by Risk

New York Neighborhoods Ranked by Risk

Today CCC is releasing a new edition of the Community Risk Ranking, revealing persistent disparities facing children and families across New York City. New to this year’s report is a detailed analysis of racial/ethnic inequalities, revealing the dispro …

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

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December News and Updates

A Message from Jennifer March Progress doesn’t always happen as quickly as we’d like it to. This is a lesson that working in advocacy has taught me well. Yet, advocacy work has also taught me to believe in other truths I’ve found to be key: dedication, …

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