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Community Resources

Sanctuary Families Booklet: CFL’s Sanctuary Families Project assists families at risk of immigration detention or deportation. In partnership with the Center for Urban Pedagogy and artist Lizania Cruz, this booklet serves as a conversation guide to help parents facing deportation find a caregiver for their children and plan for the next steps.

CFL’s Integrated Intake Form: at case initiation for our Family Counseling program, CFL uses this form to assess a family’s safety and risk factors, screens for over 30 public benefits including SNAP, health insurance and cash assistance, and assesses their need for housing, economic stability supports including job placement, literacy including ESOL, and youth development supports.

Our Journey, Our Story Booklet: an interactive tool that is completed with the family in initial casework sessions and supports the family to conduct a life review in key areas of psychosocial functioning and to generate meaningful goals for their work with us.

4 out of 5

young adults (21+) at our Residential Treatment Center for youth with developmental disabilities participate in Day Habilitation or are enrolled in school


of students at Westbrook Preparatory School passed the Regents exam on the first try

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