Children's Crisis Treatment Center

Children's Crisis Treatment Center

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CCTC passionately serves the emotional needs of children and families at risk beginning in early childhood. Children's Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC) is a private non-profit agency dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive behavioral health services to Philadelphia’s children and their families.

These services address the effects of abuse, neglect, traumatic events, and other challenges to early childhood development and assist children in reaching their full potential within their homes, community and society. CCTC delivers licensed and professional services that are tailored to meet the needs of each child. These services are provided in a culturally sensitive environment that embraces all Philadelphia communities while valuing their differences.

Mission: Children's Crisis Treatment Center (CCTC) is committed to providing high quality, comprehensive behavioral health services to Philadelphia’s children and their families.

Meet Joanna Vazquez

We have some pretty incredible people working for us at CCTC. Meet Joanna Vazquez, Director of Employment Services and one of the friendly faces you'll meet during our new hire orientation. We asked Joanna, "What are the key qualities that make for a successful employee at CCTC?" Check out her response here.

And don't forget to sign up for our Virtual Job Fair next Tuesday, July 21st from 1-4pm. Sign up by emailing [email protected].

inquirer.com

How the PHL COVID-19 Fund raised $17.5 mil from 8,500 donors in 4 months

A story of collaboration, cooperation and spirit: https://www.inquirer.com/life/phl-covid-19-fund-helps-nonprofits-in-the-philadelphia-region-20200713.html#loaded Philadelphia Foundation

inquirer.com In a little more than three months, $17.5 million was raised and distributed to Philly-area nonprofits.

usatoday.com

Amid racial injustice and COVID-19, there's still hope America will become a better place

"But if we can rise to this moment, if we can acknowledge that we are all vulnerable at this time, we have a nearly unprecedented opportunity to weave community in ways that leave us all stronger. It starts with committing to see our neighbors as our ourselves. To love those with whom we disagree." https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2020/07/08/why-even-amid-racial-injustice-and-covid-19-theres-hope-america-column/5389201002/

usatoday.com If we can acknowledge that we are all vulnerable now, we have a nearly unprecedented opportunity to weave community in ways that leave us stronger.

Go ahead and let yourself get excited about the little things and live in the moment.
Walk outside and enjoy the sun on your skin,
Savor that hot fresh brewed cup of coffee,
Breathe in the smell of fresh cut grass…
Live in the moment, be present, be mindful.

For today’s Giving Gratitude post, we would like to give a big shout-out to GMP Publications for their ongoing support of CCTC. We are grateful for the generous contributions of custom printed materials that allow us to raise funds and generate awareness for our organization. We appreciate everything you do for us in support of our mission! #cctcgivinggratitude #thankyou #GMPPublications

During this time of crisis, your support strengthens our ability to respond to the increasing and evolving needs of our community. Help us reach $100,000 to support the purchase of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to guarantee a safe re-entry and to provide mental health services for children and their families in person again. Donate at http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/

medpagetoday.com

COVID-19 Affects Kids Differently: We Must Pay Attention

"Children and adolescents are experiencing acute mental trauma right now -- especially as the pandemic continues alongside mounting protests and civic unrest. We must urgently pay attention." https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/87323

medpagetoday.com Urgent call for action from the Health Commissioner of New York City

Are you committed to improving the lives of children and families? We would love to speak with you!

Save the date for our next Virtual Job Fair on July 21st from 1-4pm to learn more about our Therapeutic Staff Support (TSS) position. To secure your spot to our Virtual Job Fair, email [email protected].

“I am proud to be part of the CCTC family since I am able to do what I love the most and that is to help people. I have been working at CCTC for over 17 years now and I have learned a lot from working with families in different programs, but my most favorite thing is being able to work with immigrant families in both of my programs - Abriendo Caminos and Tamaa. I am blessed to have an amazing team of Care Coordinators and Administrative Staff who are always working together to make sure we provide the best services in the Philadelphia area. Gracias CCTC.” - Ivan Vila, Abriendo Caminos & Tamaa Program Clinical Team Leader, Children's Crisis Treatment Center.

Our dedicated staff has not stopped providing services to our children and families as we transitioned from in-person services to telehealth services in the matter of two days when the pandemic first began. To support our vital work and help raise much needed funds for PPE to guarantee a safe re-entry and to provide in person treatment, please click here to donate today: http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/.

Happy 4th of July from all of us at CCTC. Remember, celebrating holidays can help provide a sense of connection that reinforces mental health. Families tend to have traditions, so even if you are social distancing, you can still enjoy your usual holiday foods, watch holiday programming, and get outside and play together.

We are grateful to have an amazing organization such as Aetna as a community partner. Your continued support of CCTC is crucial to our ability to provide trauma-informed treatment to children and families enrolled in our services. Thank you for all that you do! #cctcgivinggratitude #thankyou #aetna

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Check out this #WellnessCorner segment for the Wawa Welcome To America Celebration featuring our CEO, Tony Valdés and Director of Trauma Services, Julie Campbell on practicing self-care this holiday weekend and how adults can create safe, reassuring spaces for children in turbulent times. To watch the full segment, click the link here: https://welcomeamerica.com/event/ibx-mindphl-wellness-corner-connection/

Social distancing can be confusing for kids, but it doesn’t mean you can't enjoy Wawa Welcome America traditions together as a family. Visit WelcomeAmerica.com for virtual, family-friendly programming and more #mindPHL tips from Children's Crisis Treatment Center.

We are excited to announce that our CEO, Tony Valdés, Division Director of Center-Based Services, Ismael Alvarez, and Director of Trauma Services, Julie Campbell filmed a segment on self-care for NBC10/Telemundo. The segment is a part of a series for the Welcome America celebration which will air tomorrow, July 2nd, at 11:30 a.m. during Philly Live on NBC10. So stay tuned to watch the full segment!

Sneak peek of what's happening on Thursday - get ready!

During this time of crisis, your support strengthens our ability to respond to the increasing and evolving needs of our community. Help us reach $100,000 to support our Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Initiative.

A donation of $25 will allow us to purchase 25 surgical masks.
A donation of $50 will allow us to purchase 50 children's masks.
A donation of $100 will allow us to purchase 20 face shields.

Your contribution will allow us to begin to provide face-to-face treatment to children and families in need of our services. Click here to make a donation today http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/.

globalnews.ca

Intergenerational trauma is ‘pain’ passed down generations, hurting Black people’s health

"The weight of intergenerational trauma on Black people can lead to a myriad of health issues, from mental health to physical health. Often, there is a lack of spaces within health care and wellness for Black people to seek help." https://globalnews.ca/news/7085203/intergenerational-trauma-pain-black-people-health/

globalnews.ca Mental health resources need to be more accessible and available for Black people to address concerns like intergenerational trauma, experts told Global News.

During this challenging time, we truly appreciate the contributions and efforts of our community. We would like to thank PECO for their continued support of our mission as well as their funding to help provide our staff with personal protective equipment (PPE) so we will be prepared to provide our clients with in-person treatments again soon. Thank you for your support of CCTC! #cctcgivinggratitude #thankyou #PECO

“I am grateful for working at CCTC to support diverse populations during these challenging times. I find it an honor and privilege for families to share their experiences and difficulties with me. CCTC is committed to empowering people of all races, genders, sexual orientations and socio-economic backgrounds. I am proud and inspired by the commitment and expertise CCTC offers the children and families we serve!” - Porcha Baylor, School-Based Clinician, Hunter Elementary School, Children's Crisis Treatment Center. #CCTCProud

To support our vital work and help raise much needed funds for PPE to provide in person treatment, please click here to donate today: http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/.

Shout-out to all parents, guardians, and caregivers - you are doing a great job. You have dealt with changing schedules and have taken on new roles as a teacher, counselor, constant playmate, chef, and entertainer. Remember to cut yourself some slack, take a moment, and take a deep breath. Children may not have the ability to show their gratitude right now, but you are making them feel secure and resilient in an uncertain time. THAT is a super power! #wednesdaywisdom

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We are excited to announce that all time slots were filled today during our Virtual Job Fair! If you were unable to make it to today's event, check out the frequently asked questions about our Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) position. If you are interested in this position, please email [email protected] or apply online at http://cctckids.org/join-our-team/ #StaffingTakeoverTuesday

edsource.org

COMMENTARY: Teachers need opportunities to heal before the school year begins

"Teachers will be the first to tell you that students are the highest priority. The need of students to heal in the time of this pandemic is substantial and long-lasting. We know the widespread illness, death and economic insecurity will have a lasting effect on this generation of young people.
But teachers are also calling out for help and ignoring them will only hurt students further." https://edsource.org/2020/teachers-need-opportunities-to-heal-before-the-school-year-begins/633287

edsource.org School districts and the state must be proactive in supporting teachers to prevent burnout and teachers leaving the profession.

We would like to start our Friday on a thankful note and show our appreciation to LundyLaw. We are grateful for your strong commitment and dedication to CCTC throughout the years. We rely on the compassion and generosity of companies, like yours, to make our work possible. #cctcgivinggratitude #thankyou #LundyLaw

As we implement a plan to begin seeing families in person, our staff are still providing telehealth services for children and families in our community. “What makes me proud of working at CCTC are the relationships I’ve built over the years with families, clients, staff and other professionals. Knowing that the work I do helps improve the lives of children and families, is worth it.” - Katia Navas-Taylor, STS Care Coordinator, Bache-Martin School, Children's Crisis Treatment Center. To support our vital work and help raise much needed funds for PPE to provide in person treatment, please click here to donate today: http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/. #CCTCProud

Children's Crisis Treatment Center is preparing to transition back into our physical spaces in the next few months. However, we must have the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in place to ensure our children, families, and staff are safe.

It is our goal to raise $100,000 to support the purchase of PPE and we need your help today to reach our goal.

A donation of $25 will allow us to purchase 25 surgical masks.

A donation of $50 will allow us to purchase 50 children's masks.

A donation of $100 will allow us to purchase 20 face shields.

We have already raised nearly $20,000 and need your support to meet our goal.

Please help CCTC continue to help bring smiles to the faces of our children and families by supporting our PPE initiative. Your contribution will allow us to begin to provide face-to-face treatment to child and families in need of our services. Click here to make a donation today http://cctckids.org/donate/make-a-donation/.

We take pride in offering the opportunity to not only grow one's career, but to shape it. Check out some of our employee testimonials on why they enjoy working at CCTC. And don't forget, our next Virtual Job Fair is next week on Tuesday, June 23rd from 1-4pm. Sign up today by emailing [email protected]. #StaffingTakeOverTuesday

educationnext.org

New Research Shows Killings by Police Hurt Grades, Graduation Rates of Nearby Black and Hispanic Schoolchildren

"Students exposed to police violence are significantly less likely to graduate from high school or to enroll in college." https://www.educationnext.org/new-research-shows-killings-by-police-hurt-grades-graduation-rates-nearby-black-hispanic-schoolchildren/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=cb_bureau_national

educationnext.org

Check out this graphic from The Depression Project. Institutional and individual racism has an impact on mental health. This is a difficult time, so connect, stay grounded and centered, and know you are loved.

We would like to show our appreciation for Johnson Kendall & Johnson. Your support during this challenging time makes a big difference to the families we serve. Thank you for your continued support of CCTC! #cctcgivinggratitude #thankyou #JKJinc

Clinicians like Evelyn are hard at work in home offices supporting families during this challenging time. “I am proud of working for CCTC because of their commitment to employing a diverse community of people. They empower people of every race, gender, sexual, religious, and theoretical background in order to provide knowledgeable support and enrichment to our diverse clients. I feel proud knowing that CCTC practices trauma-informed and focused care with the children and families who experience different types of trauma every day.” - Evelyn Walters, Family Based Clinician, Children's Crisis Treatment Center Montgomery County. #CCTCProud #CCTCKids

Just in case you needed this reminder today. #wednesdaywisdom

We cannot wait to formally greet all of our new recruits during our one of a kind New Hire Orientation with some CCTC swag! All new hires will have the opportunity to meet with other new employees from different departments across our organization and learn more about CCTC's culture, mission, vision and values. Interested in joining our team? Check out our next Virtual Job Fair on Tuesday, June 23rd from 1-4pm and speak with our staffing members about our open positions. Sign up for a 15-minute time slot by emailing [email protected].

washingtonpost.com

Perspective | How black and white families are talking about racism in a time of reckoning

"It is never easy to discuss racism, no matter your race. Nobody ever feels ready to have these conversations, but the sooner we begin to communicate, the sooner we can all begin to heal. " https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2020/06/03/how-do-families-talk-about-racism-with-their-kids/

washingtonpost.com Black and white parents typically teach children about race and racism in different ways, at different times. Here's what to do and how to do it.

Systemic Racism Explained

Check out this short animation from act.tv on what systemic racism is and how it effects the black community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrHIQIO_bdQ

Systemic racism affects every area of life in the US. From incarceration rates to predatory loans, and trying to solve these problems requires changes in maj...

We are grateful for our staff who quickly pivoted to provide telehealth to the children and families we serve. Here is our Clinician from Potter Thomas Elementery, Luz D. Navedo Ortega at her home office: "What makes me proud of working at CCTC is that I can truly feel a family vibe everyday. I also have the opportunity to grow as a professional and be part of a dedicated and compassionate team." #CCTCProud #CCTCKids

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