In February 2018, Cayuga Centers made the difficult decision to close its Auburn-based Residential Treatment program. This resulted in the loss of 120 employees who worked extraordinarily hard under increasingly difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, it was a necessary decision to ensure the agency's future. Over the past several months, our residential program accounted for 8% of the agency's revenue, but 120% of the agency's deficit. New York State has seen a 57% decrease in residential placements in the past ten years.
It is important to note that all other agency programs continue to operate in Auburn and Central New York, New York City, Delaware and Florida. This includes our programs for people with developmental disabilities, treatment family foster care, immigrant foster care and community based interventions. Cayuga Centers continues to employ 734 individuals and provide services to 4,475 children and families. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to many more years of service.
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We are Cayuga Centers
Everyone stumbles. Since 1852 we have heard and supported children, families, and individuals who have stumbled and need help taking the next step. We began as an orphanage, providing a home for children when their family members could not. We have evolved. We are a nationally recognized leader in research-informed treatment programs for troubled youth and their families. We have developed family therapy and resiliency programs. We work with children and adults who have developmental disabilities. We support families and individuals experiencing mental health issues. We are Cayuga Centers.
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ATTENTION: ALL CHILDREN WHO ARE OR WILL BE IN THE NEW YORK CITY FOSTER CARE SYSTEM Please read the following, which outlines the proposed settlement in a class action lawsuit called Elisa W. v. The City of New York Notice of Settlement of Class Action Lawsuit.
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Cayuga Centers está buscando un Entrenador de Agencia bilingüe experimentado para ofrecer programas de capacitación integrales para nuevos empleados, padres de crianza, desarrollo de personal y clases de recertificación.