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Disparities in outcomes in NYC communities

A Daily News op-ed published on April 11th outlines a plan to address New York City’s segregation problem, both in our neighborhoods and in our schools.  The op-ed – authored by Community Service Society President and CEO David Jones and City Councilma …

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 …

Using local data to identify risks facing children

The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently released its 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book. Many of the indicators examined at the state level in The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s report are available at the city, borough and community district level for New York Cit …

Leveraging CCC: How we support data-driven efforts throughout the five boroughs

At CCC, our goal is to equip elected officials, service providers, students of social work and public policy, nonprofit organizations, philanthropists, and New Yorkers at large with the tools they need to become informed and effective advocates for chi …

From Strengths to Solutions: An Asset-Based Approach to Meeting Community Needs in Brownsville

Since 1944, Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York (CCC) has engaged colleagues in government, philanthropy, and direct service in data-driven discussions about the needs of children and families in communities throughout New York City and the pr …

Investing in Central Brooklyn

Governor Cuomo has unveiled a plan to invest $1.4 billion in central Brooklyn that could be a game-changer for children and families in the area. The plan, dubbed Vital Brooklyn, advances a holistic approach to fighting poverty that our research has sh …

Ranking Risk: Why It Matters

Data can tell powerful stories about people’s lives and the conditions in which they live. But today, it can sometimes feel like we have so much data, we’re not sure where to start or how to make sense of it all. With our internationally-renowned Commu …

The New Keeping Track Online: Mapping Risks and Resources

Mapping Risks and Community Resources to Improve Child Well-Being  Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC) is excited to launch the new and improved Keeping Track Online, a one-of-a-kind database with hundreds of indicators tracking child well-being in …

Building a more equitable health system in NYC

Black and Latino children make up 58% of the child population in New York City. Yet in the ten communities with the highest level of risk present, Black and Latino children comprise an astounding 94% of the child population. That statistic is no accide …

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