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Children’s Aid’s 2006 Annual Report, “The Need to Succeed: Teens Chart Their Course,” introduces the agency’s many teen initiatives and their common goal – to help teens achieve the independence they need to develop and gain the skills and knowledge they will need to use that independence successfully. This annual report introduces a dynamic, growing part of Children’s Aid’s innovative programming. You can read this essay and the full report by clicking here.

The push for healthful eating has gotten an important boost from the New York City Council. The Council voted on February 27th to create 1,000 permits for street vendors to set up green carts in low-income neighborhoods to sell fresh fruits and vegetables.

The push for healthful eating has gotten an important boost from the New York City Council. The Council voted on February 27th to create 1,000 permits for street vendors to set up green carts in low-income neighborhoods to sell fresh fruits and vegetables.

No one can argue with Children’s Rights’ finding that the length of a child’s stay in foster care In New York City is too long.

Find out how the families featured in this year's New York Times Neediest Cases stories were positively affected: Touched by Stories, Readers Open Purses to Help Change Lives

In addition to celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the Carrera program has just been found to meet Top Tier evidence of effectiveness standards by The Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy.

Children’s Aid is the first-ever recipient of a ninth consecutive four-star rating from Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator!

On September 3rd The Children’s Aid Society joined the East Harlem Asthma Working Group for a rally at City Hall to raise awareness of the high asthma rates in Harlem, East Harlem, the Bronx and parts of Brooklyn.

Hundreds of families will have access to domestic violence support services in Washington Heights, East Harlem and Central Harlem as The Children’s Aid Society expands its innovative Family Wellness Program.