Resources and Supports for New York Children and Families

As New York City continues to face unprecedented challenges with the spread of COVID-19, the health and well-being of all New Yorkers remain forefront in our minds. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a global public health crisis that presents risks and consequences for all New Yorkers.

Explore Our COVID-19 Research & Analysis

Since the start of the pandemic, CCC has been researching and analyzing data and policies to ensure the city’s response and recovery to this public health crisis supports children and families. Read our latest research and analysis below.

To support our network of providers, advocates, and families we have compiled a list of resources for New Yorkers who need to access food and income supports, health and mental health care, remote learning resources, and more.

We welcome anyone to send us resources and information to include on this page by contacting Laura Jankstrom at

Covid-19 Info & Updates

Food Supports



For Parents

You can also stay tuned to CCC advocacy updates via e-mail and social media, and we hope our existing resources will be helpful to you in understanding child and family well-being across New York City:

  • Keeping Track of New York City’s Children: 2020 Download CCC’s latest data book illustrating welcomed and worrisome trends facing NYC’s children and families
  • Explore the most comprehensive database on child and family well-being at the municipal level at