Mental Health, Crisis Intervention

Children's Crisis Treatment Center, Inc.

  • Philadelphia, PA
  • www.cctckids.org

Mission Statement

To passionately serve the emotional needs of children and families beginning in early childhood. We meet children where they are and help them reach their full potential regardless of their challenges.

Main Programs

  1. At Our Center
  2. In Schools
  3. In The Community
  4. In Montgomery County
Service Areas

Self-reported

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia County, PA
Montgomery County, PA

ruling year

1978

Principal Officer

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Mr. Antonio Valdes

Keywords

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children, abuse, mental health, therapy, youth, social, treatment, crisis, counseling, families, Philadelphia, kids

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EIN

23-2065617

 Number

0555774232

Physical Address

1080 N Delaware Ave Suite 600

Philadelphia, PA 19125

Also Known As

CCTC

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Other Mental Health, Crisis Intervention N.E.C. (F99)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

How does this organization make a difference?

Overview

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Our vision:

CcTC will be the region’s leader in providing quality children’s mental health services, training, education and advocacy for best practices. We will be the first choice for children and families as well as potential employees. We will grow through strong collaborative relationships and community integration.

Programs

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What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Program 1

At Our Center

Our center-based programs provide children and their families with the tools and unwavering support they need to address and cope with the obstacles they face. We combine direct child and family intervention with long term support plans that take into account the unique strengths and challenges of each family we serve in a setting that inspires confidence and strength.

Programs Include:
Therapeutic Nursery
Outpatient Department
Trauma Assistance Program and Sexual Trauma Treatment Program (TAP/STTP)
Filial Parenting Program
Parent/Caregiver Workshops
The Cornerstone Center

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Program 2

In Schools

CCTC’s School-Based Services help children reach their academic and social potential in school settings through comprehensive behavioral health services within schools throughout Philadelphia. CCTC believes that a truly successful educational environment is one that goes beyond academic instruction. Our school-based programs provide students with the emotional support they need to learn and grow. Services include individual therapy, and collaboration with caregivers and school staff to address behavioral concerns both in and out of the classroom

Programs Include:
School Therapeutic Services
School-Based Partnership Program

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Program 3

In The Community

CCTC’s Community-Based Services aim to help children and their families achieve success with the natural resources that are available within their communities. CCTC’s interdisciplinary behavioral health services, care coordination services, intensive family support and summer camp programs create opportunities for children and families to achieve long-term success.

Our work requires a high level of cultural competence and a willingness to let our clients unique social and cultural perspectives direct our care. CCTC collaborates with local resources and service providers to strengthen the communities we serve.

Programs Include:
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)
Blended Case Management
Summer Therapeutic Enrichment Program (STEP)
Family-Based Program
Tamaa
Abriendo Caminos
Trauma Recovery Partnership Program
Child Stability and Well Being Program (CSAW-PIP)

Category

Animal Control

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None

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Program 4

In Montgomery County

A need has been in identified in Montgomery County for expanded and enhanced trauma-informed and trauma-focused treatment for children and their families. In response, CCTC is expanding three of our programs into Montgomery County; Trauma Services, Family-Based Services, and Outpatient Services.

Category

Animal Control

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Service Areas

Self-reported

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia County, PA
Montgomery County, PA

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Financials

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CHILDREN'S CRISIS TREATMENT CENTER
Fiscal year: Jul 01-Jun 30
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Operations

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Children's Crisis Treatment Center, Inc.

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Mr. Antonio Valdes

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Jim Hennessy

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BOARD PERFORMANCE

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