Children's Crisis Treatment Center

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Happy Holidays!
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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.

Help us change the lives of Philadelphia children and families. Join our passionate and dedicated team as a Clinician. For further details or to apply, click here: http://cctckids.org/join-our-team/job-listings/

The Broad Street Run lottery has already begun! Receive a guaranteed bib to the Blue Cross Broad Street Run by joining Team CCTC – and receive perks! Register by Monday, February 10th. http://fundraise.cctckids.org/site/TR?fr_id=1070&pg=entry

healthymepa.com

Healthy Me PA

Social media has its pros and cons. Make sure your child is protected from the cons with these tips from a therapist from KidsPeace, Chris Ferry, who says cyber-detox days are important for children’s social skills and overall health. Read more here: https://www.healthymepa.com/2018/06/04/impact-social-media-kids-teens-communication-key/

healthymepa.com Empowering individuals, communities, health care providers and policymakers to engage in creating better health and health care policy in Pennsylvania.

[01/30/20]   Team CCTC Poll Time:
What are you most proud of after completing a major run or race?

#WednesdayWisdom

nytimes.com

Opinion | Why Are Young Americans Killing Themselves?

"You’d think it would be no big deal to see your family doctor or a therapist and get your depression treated like any other medical problem. But the data suggest otherwise: Only 45 percent of teenage girls who had an episode of depression in 2019 received any treatment, and just 33 percent of teenage boys with depression did." https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/06/opinion/suicide-young-people.html

nytimes.com Suicide is now their second-leading cause of death.

There is still time to register for the Broad Street Run with #TeamCCTC. Registration closes Monday, February 10th. Sign up today to receive guaranteed access to the Broad Street Run and help raise funds for a worthy cause. http://fundraise.cctckids.org/site/TR?fr_id=1070&pg=entry

healingmagazine.org

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know

“With grief, sadness is obvious. With trauma, the symptoms can go largely unrecognized because it shows up looking like other problems: frustration; acting out; difficulty concentrating, following directions, or working in a group. Often students are misdiagnosed with anxiety, behavior disorders, or attention disorders rather than understood to have trauma that’s driving those symptoms and reactions." Tips for teaching kids with trauma, in the Fall/Winter 2019 edition of Healing Magazine https://www.healingmagazine.org/10-things-about-childhood-trauma-every-teacher-needs-to-know/

healingmagazine.org For children who have experienced trauma, learning can be a big struggle. But once trauma is identified as the root of the behavior, we can adapt our approach to help kids cope when they’re at school.

2019 Roundup Photobooth Photos

#FBF to our 19th Annual Roundup. Feel free to tag yourself and your friends!

#FBF to our 19th Annual Roundup. Feel free to tag yourself and your friends!

[01/23/20]   Team CCTC Poll Time:
Do you prefer running with a group/a partner or by yourself?

phillyvoice.com

Colleges struggle to meet students' mental health needs

"The number of college students being treated at counseling clinics or health centers for mental health issues grew by 35% among the 39 schools that provided five years of statistics to the AP." https://www.phillyvoice.com/colleges-struggle-meeting-their-students-mental-health-needs/

phillyvoice.com Students seek treatment at rates too fast for current resources

Get ready to lace up your shoes for this year's Broad Street Run on May 3rd with Team CCTC! Join Team CCTC and receive amazing perks such as guaranteed entry to the Broad Street Run, CCTC dri-fit shirt, fun runs with team members, access to the post-race barbecue and more all while raising funds for CCTC's vital programs. Sign up today http://fundraise.cctckids.org/site/TR?fr_id=1070&pg=entry.

Join us on Thursday, January 16th for our Job Fair from 4-7pm. Come learn about all the exciting opportunities at CCTC!

CCTC IS HIRING:
• Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS)
• Therapeutic Transportation Aide (TTA)
• Mobile Therapist (MT) Consultants
• Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC)
• Applied Behavior Analysis BSC (ABA BSC)
• Behavioral Health Workers (BHW’s)
• Care Coordinators
• Clinicians

If you are unable to attend but would like more information visit our website CCTCkids.org and click on “Join our Team” Or call 215-496-0707 EXT 1519 or EXT 1219

californiahealthline.org

5 Things To Know As California Starts Screening Children For Toxic Stress

"Health and welfare advocates hope that widespread screening of children for ACEs, accompanied by early intervention, will help reduce the ongoing stresses and skirt the onset of physical illness, or at least ensure an illness is treated." https://californiahealthline.org/news/5-things-to-know-as-california-starts-screening-children-for-toxic-stress/

californiahealthline.org California now will pay pediatricians to screen Medi-Cal patients for traumatic events known as adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs. The program is based on research showing that children who en…

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At CCTC, we want every employee to be their best self, both in their professional and personal life. As a commitment to self-care, we now offer our staff weekly complimentary yoga classes.

A team that works well together can succeed together and produce great results. #ThursdayThoughts

Don't forget, our Job Fair is next Thursday, January 16th from 4-7pm in the second floor training room in our 1080 N Delaware building. Come meet our staff members from Human Resources and learn which open opportunities fit you best.

fundraise.cctckids.org

2020 Team CCTC

Is completing a long-distance run on your bucket list this year? Join Team CCTC for the Broad Street Run. By joining Team CCTC you get the following:

• Team CCTC Dri-fit Race Shirt
• Guaranteed entry to the Broad Street Run
• Access to the Post-Race Barbeque
• Complimentary 1-year "Friends of CCTC" Membership
• Participate in Fun Activities to Prepare for the Run

Sign up today! http://fundraise.cctckids.org/site/TR?fr_id=1070&pg=entry

fundraise.cctckids.org Welcome to Team CCTC's 11th Annual "Run for the Kids" Team CCTC is comprised of runners and non-runners who support CCTC's mission by fundraising for the agency. Many team members participate in Team CCTC's culminating event on Sunday, May 3, 2020, the Broad Street Run.

orlandosentinel.com

Ending cycle of violence starts with children | Commentary

"The symptoms of trauma mimic the symptoms of ADHD, often leading children to be treated for a problem they do not have, while of the root cause of their behavior is left untreated." https://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/guest-commentary/os-op-ending-cycle-violence-children-20200104-bautsmthqndupniorhrg4tam4i-story.html

orlandosentinel.com A study quantifies the ties between childhood exposure to abuse and mental health in adulthood, as two guest columnists write.

Poverty harms people in many ways. It affects development and puts stresses on families, which results in increased conflict; and affects parent and children's physical and mental health. Educators need to become more aware of the special needs of children who are exposed to either poverty or trauma.

Want to start your 2020 job search off right? Make sure to mark your calendars for our next Job Fair on Thursday, January 16th from 4-7pm.

CCTC IS HIRING:
• Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS)
• Therapeutic Transportation Aide (TTA)
• Mobile Therapist (MT) Consultants
• Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC)
• Applied Behavior Analysis BSC (ABA BSC)
• Behavioral Health Workers (BHW’s)
• Care Coordinators
• Clinicians

If you are unable to attend but would like more information visit our website CCTCkids.org and click on “Join our Team” Or call 215-496-0707 EXT 1519 or EXT 1219

inquirer.com

Youths living in poverty are more likely to die by suicide, study suggests

One of the most alarming findings from the study was that the risk for adolescents who grew up in the most impoverished counties to die by suicide using a firearm was 1.87 times higher than those who grew up in the least impoverished counties. https://www.inquirer.com/health/suicide-teen-poverty-philadelphia-guns-20191024.html

inquirer.com Adolescents who grew up in the most impoverished counties are more than one-third more likely to die by suicide than adolescents in the least impoverished counties.

The CCTC Family wishes you and your family a joyous Holiday season and a happy and healthy new year!

bangordailynews.com

We must respond to the health crisis of adverse childhood experiences

“Adversity is not destiny,” Burke Harris said. “The science is clear: early intervention improves outcomes.”
She names six critical treatment areas: sleep, exercise, nutrition, mindfulness, mental health support for child and parent, and healthy relationships. These, as well as meditation, boost the brain changes that help rewire the brain and promote increased physical and mental health. http://ow.ly/DnCI50xH0It

bangordailynews.com It’s time for all professionals working in the health, education and incarceration fields — and all communities — to respond to this health crisis.

Thank you Miele Manufacturing/Pennsylvania Skills for your generous donation to our Toy Drive. This year over 1,500 CCTC children will receive gifts, because of the support of CCTC donors.

Want to start your 2020 job search off right? Make sure to mark your calendars for our next Job Fair on Thursday, January 16th from 4-7pm.

CCTC IS HIRING:
• Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS)
• Therapeutic Transportation Aide (TTA)
• Mobile Therapist (MT) Consultants
• Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC)
• Applied Behavior Analysis BSC (ABA BSC)
• Behavioral Health Workers (BHW’s)
• Care Coordinators
• Clinicians

If you are unable to attend but would like more information visit our website CCTCkids.org and click on “Join our Team” Or call 215-496-0707 EXT 1519 or EXT 1219

It might be stormy now, but it can’t rain forever. #mondaymotivation

19th Annual Roundup

Thank you to our 2019 Roundup Event Chairs, Honorees, the Committee, Staff and Volunteers for their hard work in making this night a memorable one!

Thank you to our 2019 Roundup Event Chairs, Honorees, the Committee, Staff and Volunteers for their hard work in making this night a memorable one!

Santa Claus and the Lenet Santa’s Helper Band brought big smiles and laughter today to the children at our Therapeutic Nursery.

We are super grateful for all of our donors that have provided the children at our center and programs with gifts of their choosing. We also appreciate all of our volunteers that have attended our annual holiday wrapping parties. Thank you for helping us spread Holiday cheer! Kohl's Five Below

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Who’s excited about tonight’s 19th Annual Roundup!?!?

inquirer.com

How do we end the cycle of childhood trauma passed from parents to kids? | Brain Trust

"Over the last couple of decades, public health researchers and policymakers have increasingly recognized that the body "remembers” childhood trauma, and these experiences at a young age can predict illness, risky behavior, and criminal involvement well into adulthood."https://www.inquirer.com/opinion/commentary/childhood-trauma-philadelphia-intergenerational-ace-20191109.html

inquirer.com Treating parents’ trauma might help not just them, but also their kids.

Thank you to everyone that contributed to CCTC’s Holiday Toy Drive yesterday through #GivingTuesday!

We not only met our $2,500 #GivingTuesday goal, but surpassed it by raising over $4,000.

For this Giving Tuesday, join the movement & make a donation to support CCTC's Holiday Toy Drive. CCTC needs your help to raise $2,500. This annual initiative provides the children we serve with a holiday gift of their choosing. In some cases, this gift will be the only one they receive this year. Not only does the Holiday Toy Drive bring joy to our children and families, it also communicates to them the powerful message that there is a community of people who care deeply about their well-being. To make a donation, click here https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=5f00c1

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As the holiday season approaches, make sure to do any of your #Amazon shopping on #AmazonSmile! 🎁 Select Children's Crisis Treatment Center as your charity of choice, and a portion of any eligible purchases will help support our work at no cost to you: smile.amazon.com

Last week, CCTC staff gathered together to share a special tradition - our Annual Thanksgiving Pot Luck. Everyone ends up being pleasantly surprised and excited to try new things, share recipes and enjoy each other’s company. We are super grateful for our CCTC family and hope that everyone has a safe & bountiful Thanksgiving.

Black Friday is just 4 days away! You can help support Children's Crisis Treatment Center while you shop with a click of a button!

DID YOU KNOW? By shopping smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate 5% of your purchase to your charity of choice. It's that easy!

Fast Fact Friday: 70% of children CCTC serves are under 10 years old. Every child comes to us with unique experiences, challenges and needs. At CCTC we believe every child deserves treatment that recognizes their individuality, and we tailor our services based on the history of each child and their family. For more information, go to www.cctckids.org

chronicleofsocialchange.org

New York Expands Eligibility for Relatives Who Want To Foster Children

Each time children are taken from a home, they are traumatized, said Darcey Merritt, an associate professor at the New York University Silver School of Social Work. “The trauma is ever so slightly lessened if they get to stay with people who have a positive impact,” she said. https://chronicleofsocialchange.org/kinship-care/new-york-kin-foster-relatives/39081

chronicleofsocialchange.org Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law to help more relatives and family friends become caretakers for abused or neglected kids.

Our 19th Annual Roundup Event is quickly approaching on December 6th! Don't miss out on the opportunity to enjoy an evening of food, drinks, live music & dancing, a silent auction and much more. Purchase your tickets today. 100% of your proceeds will help CCTC continue to provide mental and behavioral health services to children and families living in the Philadelphia region. http://cctckids.org/events/roundup/purchase-tickets-or-become-a-sponsor/

Don't forget to join us for our next Open House Job Fair on Thursday, November 21st! You'll have the opportunity to meet with members from our HR team and interview on the spot. To view all of our open positions, click here: http://cctckids.org/join-our-team/job-listings/

There’s a stigma floating around the concept of asking for help. It’s a commonly held belief that we’re supposed to do everything solely on our own. If you know yourself well enough, if you’re aware of your physical, mental, and emotional needs, and you know what you need to be your best self, don’t be afraid to ask for help. It shows others that you are strong enough to ask for help and brave enough to seek it from anyone who’s capable of lifting you up. #thursdaythoughts

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