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The Children’s Aid Society Announces the Relocation of its Central Headquarters

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Thu, 2015-08-06

The Children’s Aid Society today announced that it is relocating its central headquarters from 105 East 22nd Street to 711 3rd Avenue. Children’s Aid has executed a five-year lease for a new principal place of business following the sale of its headquarters at the United Charities Building, where it has operated for more than 100 years. Children’s Aid will continue to operate its programs and services at it more than 50 sites in the South Bronx, Washington Heights, Harlem, and Northern Staten Island.

Children’s Aid Secures $3.75 Million HHS Grant

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The Children’s Aid Society is proud to announce an award of $3.75 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Adolescent Health that will fund innovative programming designed to prevent unwanted pregnancies and educate teenagers about the consequences of risky behavior. The programming, spread over five years, will target the South Bronx, the nation’s poorest congressional district, where rates of teen pregnancy and birth, sexually transmitted diseases, and foster care placements far exceed the national averages.

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Phoebe Boyer: Steering the Children’s Aid “Battleship”

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Phoebe Boyer: Steering the Children’s Aid “Battleship”

Foster Friday: The Making of a Family

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Herbert Godoy and David Hatcher had been thinking for some time about how they were going to start their family. They knew they were going to adopt but didn’t know which of several routes to take. Then they saw a picture of Jaylen.

A Victory in Albany

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For nearly a year, The Children’s Aid Society has led a coalition of 75 community-based organizations from every corner of New York State—called the Fostering Youth Success Alliance—to persuade key legislators and members of the Cuomo administration to develop a comprehensive support system for college-age foster youth.

On April 1, we scored our first major victory!

A Groundbreaking Day in the South Bronx

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Yesterday was a big day for the South Bronx community. It marked the official commencement of a project that we’ve actually been working on for some time: the Bronx Community School, a $45 million facility that will be home to Children’s Aid College Prep Charter School and a full slate of programming for children as well as many services for their families.

CAS and Phipps Neighborhoods Announce $1MM Grant from JPMorgan Chase

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New York, NY - Phipps Neighborhoods and The Children’s Aid Society today joined forces to announce a $1,000,000 expansion grant from JPMorgan Chase to support their cradle-through-career collective impact initiative in the South Bronx.

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Fostering Youth Success Alliance

The mission of the alliance is to improve the socioeconomic, health, housing, and educational outcomes and foster a successful transition to independence for youth in care and aging out of care in NYS through collaborative efforts, effective advocacy strategies, and youth empowerment. The alliance’s steering committee is comprised of concerned stakeholders committed to advocating for policy changes, programs and services for youth in care and youth aging out of care in New York.

Fostering Youth Success Alliance

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