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CCC’s Community Risk Ranking: Measuring Child Well-Being In New York City’s 59 Community Districts

CCC’s Community Risk Ranking looks at 18 different indicators across six domains of child well-being—Economic Security, Housing, Health, Education, Youth, and Family & Community—to determine where risks concentrate in New York City. Identifying whe …

Brand-New Community Risk Ranking Reveals State of NYC Families

Since the height of the Great Recession, outcomes for New York City children and families have generally improved. But our new report out today demonstrates that outcomes in some communities have not kept pace with the recovery, and even in districts w …

CCC’s Community Risk Ranking: Measuring Child Well-being in New York City’s 59 Community Districts

The ability to identify where risks concentrate is important, as research tells us that the presence of multiple risk factors can have cumulative negative effects on child development and child well-being. CCC’s Community Risk Ranking looks at 18 diffe …

CCC’s Community Risk Ranking Shows Persistent Inequality Faced by Children and Families Across the Five Boroughs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 6, 2016 Contact: Elysia Murphy, emurphy@cccnewyork.org, 212-673-1800 ext 18 Elora Tocci, etocci@cccnewyork.org, 212-673-1800 ext 13 Child Well-being Index Points to Areas Needing Protection and Expansion in 2017  New Yor …

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 …

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 …

Keeping Track of New York City’s Children Premiere

This event is currently at capacity, but please reach out to us to be placed on the waiting list. For over twenty years, Citizens’ Committee for Children has been collecting and compiling the most comprehensive database on the well-being of New York Ci …

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 …

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 …

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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