In compliance with Introduction 15 passed by the New York City Council in 2006, Children's Services submits Child Welfare Indicators to the Council quarterly. An annual summarized version of the report is also required to be posted on the Children's Services website.
In compliance with Introduction 15, passed by the New York City Council in 2006, Children's Services submits Child Welfare Indicators to the Council quarterly. This is a summarized version of the report for 2009.
The first-ever detailed needs analysis of early child care and education services, capacity and enrollment in New York City was released this week by Children's Services. The report contains a neighborhood by neighborhood analysis showing where eligible children live, location of Children?s Services-funded child care programs, and usage of these programs.
Since the publication of the Detention Reform Plan in 2010, the City has worked with partners to achieve the plan's goals to promote public safety and reduce recidivism, expand the range of alternatives-to-detention for additional youth, and bolster the child welfare's response to juvenile delinquency by providing targeted solution to youth with child welfare needs to prevent the need for detention. This plan Update provides the status of recent initiatives to further these goals.
The Mayor's Interagency Task Force on Child Welfare and Safety, created in January 2006 under the leadership of Deputy Mayor Linda Gibbs, released its second progress report in December, 2006. The progress report details an unprecedented city-wide effort to strengthen the response of medical providers to child abuse and neglect.
This implementation plan update presents the steps that the Administration for Children's Services has initiated during calendar year 2005 to ensure compliance with Local Law 73 of 2003. The update also provides data on the number of limited English proficient persons served by Children's Services during 2005.
This booklet is an introduction to the Administration for Children's Services (ACS), New York City's Children's Services agency. It describes the services ACS provides and where families and individuals can go for help or more information.
Safeguarding Our Children presents Children's Services vision to build a child welfare system that pays constant attention to the safety of children and makes sound decision concerning the safety of each child, every time.
Safeguarding Our Children presents Children's Services vision to build a child welfare system that pays constant attention to the safety of children and makes sound decision concerning the safety of each child, every time. (Spanish)
The Administration for Children's Services puts forward its vision to reform New York City's early child care system. This major initiative is called 'Rethinking Child Care: An Integrated Plan for Early Childhood Development in New York City.'