PENNSYLVANIA COUNCIL OF CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILY SERVICES RELEASES 2022 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Read the 2022 Annual Report
(HARRISBURG, PA) The Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth & Family Services (PCCYFS) released their 2021-2022 Annual Report today, highlighting all the agency has accomplished in the past year.
“As we emerge through the toughest times of this pandemic so far, we have taken advantage of this opportunity to look at our work with a sense of renewed opportunity.” said PCCYFS President and CEO, Terry L. Clark. “We have remained strategic in our transitions and work in order to be an association that is agile and responsive to the evolving needs of our members; I am excited about how our annual report highlights these strengths.”
The 2021-2022 Annual Report highlights the ways that the associations members have worked collectively through workgroups and the strides they have made to drive their three public policy priorities. Additionally, the Report summarizes the various partnerships and public-facing work of the association, which has helped to elevate the profile of its members and their work.
Read the full report here.
About PCCYFS: The Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth and Family Services (PCCYFS) is the collective voice for private agencies that serve Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable children and their families. PCCYFS represents nearly 100 private agencies employing more than 10,000 professionals statewide. These services include foster care/kinship care, adoption, residential treatment, behavioral health services, education, counseling, independent living/transitional living services and others. For more information, visit www.pccyfs.org.