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.
Ms. Enriquez (parent in yellow blouse) is a CCFY parent with a child in the juvenile justice system. However, as this video demonstrates,
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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.
Ray Figueroa, a program director for Friends of Brook Park, said peppers are grown by teenagers working there as an alternative to incarceration.
CCFY’s family engagement work, specifically the Parent Support Program, has been awarded a generous grant from The O’Neill Foundation…
Youth Advocate Programs’ “Safely Home” report highlights CCFY’s programming as a “Bright Spot” among programs from across the country.