$45.9 Million Awarded to Create and Construct Five Neighborhood-Based Youth Opportunity Hubs
We are very pleased to announce that Rev. Maurice Winley has joined CCFY as Director of Credible Messenger Mentoring…
A new report, calls attention to the national grassroots movement of families fighting to transform the juvenile justice system.
Celebrating Rosanne Placencia-Knepper & Announcing Belinda Ramos as Director of Training & Technical Assistance.
CCFY is offering Membership Opportunities. Now CCFY’s friends can join the movement to make sure that no child is put in prison!
YOU ARE INVITED!! All community members, system stakeholders and juvenile justice…
With generous support from the New York Foundation, CCFY youth interns conducted their own research into the impact of the juvenile justice
Through this award Comité Noviembre recognizes community heroes.
During Pope Francis’s visit to the United States this week, criminal justice reform will take center stage.
On Tuesday, August 4th, 2015 at 6:00pm – 9:00pm, Community Connections for Youth (CCFY), and New York City Department of Probation are sponsoring an event named, “Women’s Empowerment Career Building Night.” The event will connect over 100 young women from high-risk, high-crime neighborhoods to professional women who will share their stories and career pathways.
CCFY is seeking a qualified Research Partner to conduct an evaluation of its Parent Support Program (PSP), an innovative partnership with
EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE: 12:01 A.M., October 17, 2014 Contact: Ms. Lydia Sierra (718) 309-7800 firstname.lastname@example.org John Jay College of Criminal Justice Evaluates Neighborhood-based Bronx Pilot Program for Court-Involved Youth (Bronx, NY) — An independent evaluation of Community Connections for Youth (CCFY), a South Bronx non-profit organization, by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice […]
John Jay College of Criminal Justice recognized CCFY for “an approach that … treats young people, their families and communities as assets.”
Youth Advocate Programs’ “Safely Home” report highlights CCFY’s programming as a “Bright Spot” among programs from across the country.
Executive Director Ruben Austria challenges the powers that be to shift from current tough on crime tactics to an investment in youth development and community-based strategies.
Community Connections for Youth’s Family and Community Organizer, Jeannette Bocanegra, attended her first meeting of the Juvenile Justice Oversight Board (JJOB) for the New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) on September 23rd of this year.