Current Programs & Initiatives
This info-graphic tells the story of the CCFN’s contributions to the statewide impact of Local Management Boards.
This program provides opportunities for Disconnected Youth and youth at risk of becoming disconnected to receive soft skills training, case management, job search assistance and coordinated work experiences. Disconnected Youth are teenagers and young adults who are between the ages of 16 and 24 who are neither working nor in school. For more information, view the Program Flyer and Referral Form. Send an email to the Program Coordinator or call/text 443-924-4795.
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
This program provides TF-CBT to children with PTSD symptoms, depression, anxiety, behavior problems and other difficulties related to traumatic life experiences. The program is for children ages 3 to 18 and is offered at no cost. For more information, view the Program Flyer, Brochure, and Referral Form. Send an email to the Program Coordinator or text TF-CBT to 410-535-4787.
A voluntary home visitation program for pregnant women and women with children under 3 months of age that provides parent training, referral services, child development activities and role models for effective parenting. Send an email to the Program Coordinator or call 443-550-8050 for more information.
Home Visiting Hybrid for High-Risk Moms
A two-generational strategy for expectant and new moms that are disconnected youth, homeless youth, impacted by incarceration, impacted by poverty and/or hunger with a child 0-5 years of age. The program uses the Parents as Teachers (PAT) program is an evidence-based home visiting curriculum that provides in-home instruction from birth through kindergarten to enhance child development, parenting behaviors and family well-being through development-centered parenting and parent-child interactions. Send an email to the Program Coordinator or call 443-550-8050 for more information.
Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Outreach & Enrollment
This program provides targeted outreach and community based enrollment into the Youth and Young Adult Program. The Youth and Young Adult Program guides youth to achieve personal goals and prepare for career paths through empowerment, education, and employment opportunities. Send an email to the Program Coordinator or call 240-346-2006.