CCM’s programs for youth offer academic, social and emotional enhancement to youth of all ages. Through our programs, children and adolescents receive educational assistance, learn leadership skills, form meaningful connections with adults, and develop the competencies they need to make a successful transition from youth into adulthood.

CCM provides a broad array of student development, academic enrichment, and parent development services in order to produce positive academic and personal outcomes for students.  Throughout the year, individuals are encouraged to participate in before and after school activities that focus on individual and group counseling, conflict resolution and violence prevention, and college/post- secondary planning. 

For information on CCM's Education and Youth Development Programs please contact us at 810 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11238 or call (718) 230-5100.

Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP-PREP)

CAPP-PREP provides comprehensive, age appropriate, evidence-based, and medically accurate sexuality education to promote healthy sexual behaviors including abstinence, delay the onset of sexual activity and reduce the practice of risky sexual behaviors among youth.  

Work, Learn and Grow Program (WLG)

CCM's Work, Learn and Grow Program is a youth program designed to extend student's skills and experiences gained through CCM's Summer Youth Program (SYEP). WLG provides participants of the 2015 SYEP who are between the ages of 14-24 and currently in-school with career readiness training and paid employment opportunities for up to 25 weeks from October to April.  Participants work in a variety of entry-level jobs including:
 
  • Government Agencies
  • Hospitals
  • Non-Profits
  • Small Businesses 
  • Law Firms 

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)

For high school aged youth, places them in subsidized and monitored positions in the community.

School's Out New York City (SONYC) Program

Utilizes after school and summer hours - when children are often without parental supervision - to develop the young person's social, emotional and academic capabilities.