CCF's Interagency Resolution Unit helps to:
The Multiple Systems Navigator provides access to helpful health, education, human service, and disability information on one user-friendly website.
There is no single story that describes what it is like for a child to have a parent who is incarcerated. The experience depends on diverse factors, including the quality of the parent-child relationship prior to incarceration, the degree of household stability following the incarceration, and the child’s age, developmental level, and individual personality.
The mission of the FASD Workgroup is to increase awareness and advance the effective prevention and treatment of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) in New York State through collaboration and coordination. In addition, each participating organization is empowered to examine its own policies, practices, regulations, and laws, to determine how they can positively impact the goals of eliminating alcohol use during pregnancy and improving the lives of New Yorkers affected by prenatal alcohol exposure.
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Serves as an advisory council to the Governor on building a comprehensive and sustainable early childhood system to ensure success for all young children.