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CCYD IS LIFTING YOUNG LIVES

CCYD - Lifting Young Lives, Helping at-risk youth succeed

Founded in 1974, CCYD’s mission addresses the educational and developmental needs of youth at risk of encountering problems due to educational deficits, troubled family relationships, inadequate health care, poor decision making and limited employment opportunities. With programs, services and partnerships with government agencies, other organizations and businesses throughout the Baltimore area, CCYD guides and encourages young people to set realistic goals for themselves and helps them realize those goals.

 

Defining Success:

Success is defined by program participation, academic achievement, HS Diplomas & GED attainment, acquiring developmental assets, obtaining employment credentials and entering the workforce. When CCYD programs address young people caught up in a delinquent life style, the goal is to treat those youth in the community and avoid costly out-of-home or institutional placements.

 


 

CCYD News & Developments

 

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#GivingTuesday is on December 2nd!

We have a day for giving thanks. Then we have two for getting deals. Now, there is #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated …Read More


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Workplace Payroll Deduction Campaigns

Just because young people dig themselves a hole, doesn’t mean they can’t pull themselves out. Since 1974, The Chesapeake Center …Read More


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Another Successful Sowebo Landmark 5k!

Under the banner “Communities Raising Healthy Kids”, the 4th Annual Sowebo Landmark 5k took place Sunday, October 5th at 9 …Read More


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L to R Kurt Schmoke, UB President and former Mayor, Baltimore City, Mary Ann Saar,  Secretary,  Dept. of  Public Safety and Correctional Services (retired) , Peter Saar, Attorney, Office of the People’s Counsel (former CCYD Board President )

Celebrating 40 Years!

L to R Kurt Schmoke, UB President and former Mayor, Baltimore City, Mary Ann Saar, Secretary, Dept. of Public Safety …Read More


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The Chesapeake Center for Youth Development

301 East Patapsco Avenue
Baltimore Maryland 21225

Tel: 410-355-4698 • Fax: 410-354-8160