Something Good is Happening!

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At The National Center for Children and Families (NCCF), we have learned that when public and private experiences come together, something great happens. We have discovered together how important it is to honor the truth of who we really are, along with our vulnerability. The bottom line for NCCF is not all of the activities of the past year, but rather, is found in all of the good that has emerged from our acts of humanity. In a society that prioritizes outcomes and metrics, good is not always measurable, but is always happening. Like the wind – we cannot see it, yet we experience it. I have found that the good things need to be made clearer. Good things are often things we cannot see.

At NCCF, we cultivate an excitement about positive change. It brings out the essence of our humanity. If our humanity is not alive, bold, authentic, and public, then it is hidden in the dark where we grieve, and where we lose our sense of value and self-worth. Our truth can be lost to any of us. Our century old mission is to help our community make its humanity extraordinarily public. We thank you for all of the past support you have provided to children, youth and families who struggle with poverty, homelessness, abuse and neglect, disabilities, discrimination and isolation, in this affluent region of the world.

We invite you to help us all move through the current season to a better place. We call for you to celebrate who we all are, to fight the notion that some are more deserving than others, to affirm how wonderfully humans are made. We urgently ask you to join us. To be HUMAN, to be the wind for others with such desperate need.

Like the wind, your contribution will ensure that the good is real, is bold, and is public.

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Author

Name: Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman

About: Dr. Sheryl Brissett Chapman, Ed.D., ACSW, Executive Director, provides agency administrative oversight, consultative support for all programs, and ensures overall contract and program compliance. Dr. Chapman has more than 40 years of experience supervising national, state and local human services programs, and is an expert on child and family welfare and child protection.

ABOUT US

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Founded in 1915 as an orphanage in the District of Columbia, NCCF is a private, nonprofit child and family welfare agency with a commitment to serving poor, disadvantaged, abused, neglected and/or abandoned children, youth, and their families.

Current program services include emergency shelters and transitional housing for homeless families, a high-intensity therapeutic group home, therapeutic and traditional foster care and adoption, independent living for youth transitioning to adulthood, teen parent services, and community-based prevention services that promote academic achievement, parental involvement, economic and vocational stability, and healthy families. Our programs have become social service models, redefining both NCCF’s reputation and the agency’s position in the human service continuum in the Washington Metropolitan Region.

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Founded in 1915 as an orphanage in the District of Columbia, NCCF is a private, nonprofit child and family welfare agency with a commitment to serving poor, disadvantaged, abused, neglected and/or abandoned children, youth, and their families.

Current program services include emergency shelters and transitional housing for homeless families, a high-intensity therapeutic group home, therapeutic and traditional foster care and adoption, independent living for youth transitioning to adulthood, teen parent services, and community-based prevention services that promote academic achievement, parental involvement, economic and vocational stability, and healthy families. Our programs have become social service models, redefining both NCCF’s reputation and the agency’s position in the human service continuum in the Washington Metropolitan Region.

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