Welcome Jodi Saitowitz, Our First Executive Director

Treating illnesses, be they physical, mental or developmental, have historically...

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Liberated Youth learning about the CCF Health Home

Youth over 18 on Medicaid are eligible to self-enroll with CCF

If you or someone you know isn’t receiving the medical treatment they need for a chronic mental or physical issue, there are options.   We know the world...

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What is Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED)?

Children with Severe Emotional Disturbance (SED) are persons who are under the age of 18, who have had a diagnosable mental, behavioral or emotional disorder of...

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Children and Families at the Nexus of Health Care Reform

“Children and Families at the Nexus of Health Care Reform” Forum Sheds Light on a Hopeful Future for Collaborative Care

On Wednesday, we joined the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service to welcome more than 200 leaders and stakeholders at our first ever Policy and...

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The CCF to Host a Policy Forum on Health Care Reform

The CCF, along with the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, is proud to host a full-day policy forum entitled, “Children and Families at the...

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Welcome Jodi Saitowitz, Our First Executive Director

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Jodi Saitowitz as its first Executive Director. Beginning in February 2016, Saitowitz will be leading the...

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CCFHH

The CCF Receives a Grant From The New York Community Trust to Build Capacity for Comprehensive Child Welfare

The Collaborative for Children and Families (CCF) has received a grant of $100,000 from the New York Community Trust. The grant will allow CCF to improve...

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The Collaborative for Children & Families

The Collaborative for Children & Families is Designated as a NYS Health Home!

The Health Home designation provides a model for the CCF to comprehensively address health needs for more than 30,000 high-need children annually The...

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