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Every year we recognize a number of social issues that continue to need awareness in order to make a positive impact on the problem at hand.
Whether it be National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, or National Child Abuse Prevention Month, or Mental Health Awareness Month there is always a cause worthy of support.… Read More
January 5, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE)
Cell: (626) 644-3472 Office: (360) 852-8019
Southwest Conference Against Trafficking 2016 (SWCAT2016)
San Bernardino County Community to Host Human Trafficking Awareness Event
Ontario, Calif.… Read More
For so many of our teen clients either in our residential services program or community based programs the problem is not that of “violent offender” but rather the issue of “addiction”.
Oftentimes, we the adults in the community fail to see that behavioral issues might be a sign of not a “bad kid” but instead a “kid in a bad situation”.… Read More
Crittenton is committed of not only maintaining our accreditation but at the same time continuously supporting quality improvement measures throughout our agency. Ensuring that Crittenton meets the highest standards of accreditation, licensing, as well as all of our contract terms is not only a priority under California’s Continuum of Care Reform (CCR) mandate, but most importantly it is the right thing to do on behalf of our clients well-being.… Read More
May 11, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Crittenton Services for Children and Families
Fullerton, Calif. – Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) is proud to announce the agency’s nomination and selection as this year’s recipient of the Most Committed Partner award by both the CSUF Social Work Department and the CSUF Center for Internship & Community Engagement (CICE).… Read More
For 17 years Crittenton Services for Children and Families (CSCF) has made a commitment to honor the agency’s employees for their commitment in helping to treat childhood trauma, and actively curtailing the cycles of child abuse and neglect within the Southern California communities we serve.… Read More
More then 200 community members were in attendance at the 2nd Annual Celebrate the Eighth Event hosted by Councilmember Al Austin at the Expo Arts Center in Long Beach, California.
The commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) or sex trafficking of minors has garnered more attention from the criminal justice agencies as well as communities in these past years. From safe harbor laws (that protect minors being sex trafficked as victims instead of treating them as criminals) to higher penalties for traffickers and those who purchase sex from minors, the criminal justice-framed response echoes the movement in the 1970 and 80s for other violence against women issues, namely domestic violence and sexual assault.… Read More
Recently, the National Crittenton Foundation released an email blast that paid homage to one our founder’s, who in her own right, was a trailblazer in not just America’s child welfare movement but the women’s rights movement as well.… Read More
It’s only three weeks into 2015, and already this is shaping up to be the year of mental health. The continued implementation of the Affordable Care Act and requirements for parity under the new law, specialty mental health services under the “carve-out” as well as shifts in contracting for mental health services for our clients have set the tone for us this year, and it’s a tone of change.… Read More