PRESS RELEASES

Awardees Announced for NCCF’s Freedom to Express: The HeART of Community

On Saturday, September 7, 2024, at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) will celebrate four exemplary honorees that champion the universal importance of artistic expression in the health and…

The National Center of Children and Families Honored at 2023 Moxie Awards

The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) received the prestigious 2023 Moxie Award for a Nonprofit, placing NCCF among an elite group of leading organizations. The Moxie Award recognizes organizations for demonstrating boldness and innovation as an integral part…

NCCF’s Executive Director, Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman, to Retire Next Year. Successor Announced.

Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman will retire as Executive Director of The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF) on March 31, 2024, after more than 32 years in the role. During her tenure she transformed what was once a small…

NCCF Research Team Publishes Book Arguing for a New Protected Class for Black Males

Authors Sheryl Brissett Chapman, Ralph Belk, Jasilyn Morgan, Krystal Holland, Bruce Tyson, and Omore Okhomina’s latest work entitled Black Male Youth Raised in Public Systems: Engagement, Healing, Hope (NASW Press) raises the provocative idea that Black men and boys raised…

Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman Appointed to Board of Trustees for Montgomery College (MC)

Maryland Governor, Wes Moore, has appointed Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman, Executive Director of The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF), to a six-year term on the Board of Trustees at Montgomery College (MC). The Board of Trustees of Montgomery…
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NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas. NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas.

For media inquiries, please contact Rachel Spassiani, Communications Director

Phone No: (301) 365-4480, ext. 120

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NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas. NCCF has a long-standing history of advocating for children, youth, and families in the Washington, DC region.

NCCF understands the social, educational and mental health services that are necessary to build and sustain strong communities, and has proven it can quickly adapt its core programs to more effectively serve the public good by meeting the changing needs of the community in key social policy areas.

For media inquiries, please contact Rachel Spassiani, Communications Director

Phone No: (301) 365-4480, ext. 120

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