Partners

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Kansas Children's Cabinet and Trust Fund

Fall 2021, Community Children's Center was awarded a three-year pilot project Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP) Grant to implement an innovative early childhood community center model for Douglas County. 

For more information on funded CCC projects, visit our Current Projects page. 

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All in for Kansas Kids

In 2019, more than 6,100 Kansans contributed their early childhood expertise, experiences and challenges to form the All in for Kansas Kids strategic plan. This plan includes seven goal areas: 

  • State-Level Coordination

  • Community-Level Coordination

  • Family Knowledge and Choice

  • Private Sector Collaboration

  • Capacity and Access

  • Workforce

  • Quality and Environment

As a recipient of All in for Kansas Kids Quality Subgrant funding made possible by the Kansas PDG B-5 Grant, CCC is honored and ​excited to do our part to achieve these goals. For more information on funded CCC projects, visit our Current Projects page. To learn more about the All in for Kansas Kids effort, visit the Kansas Children's Cabinet and Trust Fund.

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Douglas County Early Childhood Trauma Collaborative

CCC is a founding member of the Douglas County Early Childhood Trauma Collaborative (DCECTC).  The vision of the Collaborative is a trauma-informed early childhood community which helps young children, and the adults who care for them, respond to difficult life challenges with positive coping strategies. Collaborative efforts support four preschool programs, serving over 600 young children, in implementing Trauma Smart, a model which has demonstrated effectiveness in building social and emotional skills critical for school readiness. The Collaborative continues to expand this success by providing trauma-informed training for agencies serving young children and their families, as well as, serving as a resource to the Engage Douglas County coalition.