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Last Updated: April 28, 2023
Every strong organization requires staff who are committed to providing strong clerical, fiscal, administrative, and organizational skills that positively impact the success of CHFS. Program and administrative assistants, receptionists, data entry specialists, and bookkeepers work closely with leadership and are the backbone to CHFS.
Arts and Literacy Program provides a literacy-based arts curriculum to children and youth in grades K-8 as an after school and summer camp program. Through this curriculum the children explore crucial developmental issues of the self, family, community, and relationships.
Beacon is a community center that provides after school and summer camp programs for youth with opportunities to create, critically think, communicate, and problem solve through arts-based activities that empowers the young person and builds leadership skills.
Bonding Links offers clinical services that strengthen family connections for children and better enables children to grow up to become healthy adults. The Mental Health Clinic provides psychiatric evaluation, individual, family and group psychotherapy, support services and crisis intervention for infants, children and youth ages 0 to 18 and their families.
Bushwick Community Partnership is a group of concerned residents, service providers, faith-based leaders, government officials, elected officials and other stakeholders who by working in partnership are creating a community response to the promotion of child safety and well-being. CHFS serves as the backbone agency for the BCP.
Children's Community Residence is a single site residence with group living for eight children ages 8-12 who are experiencing emotional and behavioral difficulties which preclude them from living in a family setting. It provides a supervised , therapeutic environment, developing the children's skills and capacity to live in the community. It works closely with parents to foster nurturance, stability and permanency.
At JHS 291K and Pan American International High School fosters a collaborative relationship between the school and CHFS to address the multiple needs of children, youth and families in a holistic, culturally competent manner and leverages resources to support the school community.
Cornerstone Community Centers are based in two Brooklyn NYCHA developments. They provide an array of free programs and activities for children, teens, and adults in the Public Housing Center and the surrounding communities in Brooklyn.
Enhanced Family Foster Care offers bilingual (English/Spanish) services in community based foster care, adoption, home finding, skills building for teens, evidence based parenting education programs and such ancillary services as housing advocacy, education and training for youth, birth parents, and resource parents.
These programs engage families at risk of abuse and neglect and provide them with case management, counseling, parenting education and support, and referrals for mental health and substance abuse treatment. The program collaborates closely with other community based programs and sets child safety and strengthening of the family as program priorities.
The Health Services unit provides medical care management, referrals, health education, and advocacy for children in foster care. Mental health assessment, screening, referrals and advocacy is also provided. The team works closely with foster care staff and foster parents and is involved in the day to day health and well-being of children in care.
With over 400 employees on staff at CHFS, the Human Resources Department is responsible for recruitment and talent management, onboarding of new employees, compensation and employee benefits, employee satisfaction, growth and development, as well as compliance and workplace safety.
Los Caminos/ Fair Futures provides specialized support and relationship-building with young people ages 11 to 26 who are in foster care and beyond. Utilizing a trauma informed approach and driven by youth-led goals, Los Caminos staff partner with our foster care team to provide youth with the academic, coaching, and emotional support they need for future success.
The Operations Department at CHFS oversees the day to day functioning of over fifteen sites that provide services to children and families. It is responsible for establishing and maintaining cost effective relationships with vendors that allow for the timely availability of resources to meet service needs, staff safety at sites, and compliance with tenant requirements as per our lease.
We are a registered 501 (c3) not-for profit agency.