Upcoming Events

  • 5.03.2015

    Run for the Kids

    Team CCTC is comprised of runners and non-runners who support CCTC’s mission by fundraising for the agency, with many team...

  • 6.05.2015

    Cruise for the Kids

    The “Cruise for the Kids” is The Friends of CCTC’s largest and most anticipated fundraising event of the year and...

Children's Recovery from Adverse Experiences: Is it Luck or Something Else?

Join CCTC and The Scattergood Foundation for our Upcoming Panel Discussion & Mayoral Forum on April 9th!

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CCTC passionately serves the emotional needs of children and families at risk beginning in early childhood. We meet children where they are and help them to reach their full potential regardless of their challenges. We strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment in which every child is given the opportunity to thrive.

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Sanctuary Model

Creating a safe environment for the children and families we serve and the staff who serve them.

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The Sanctuary Model

The Sanctuary Model is a trauma-informed method for creating or changing an organizational culture in order to more effectively provide a cohesive context within which healing from psychological and social traumatic experience can be addressed.

Nonviolence →

Nonviolence

Building and modeling emotional, moral, social, and physical safety skills

Emotional Intelligence →

Emotional Intelligence

Teaching and modeling emotion management skills

Open Communication →

Open Communication

Overcoming barriers to healthy communication

Social Learning →

Social Learning

Building and modeling problem-solving skills and learning from each other

Social Responsibility →

Social Responsibility

Building social connection skills and working for social justice

Shared Governance →

Shared Governance

Creating and modeling participatory leadership that promotes shared decision making, negotiation, and compromise

Growth & Change →

Growth & Change

Restoring hope, meaning and purpose

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