CSCMC-Funded Agency Information:
Sample Contract and Budget:
- Click here to view the 2014-2015 CSCMC Sample Contract and Budget
- Click here to view the 2013-2014 CSCMC Sample Contract and Budget
- Click here to download our 2014-2015 CSCMC Program and Funding Policies
- Click here to download our 2013-2014 CSCMC Program and Funding Policies
- Click here to view the 2013-2014 Community Outreach Practices for CSCMC-funded Providers
- Program - click here to download:
- Mid-Year Developmental Assets Report Form (Email to email@example.com by January 31, 2014)
- 2012-2013 Year-End CHARACTER COUNTS! Report Form (Email to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 19, 2013)
- Click here to download a logo: CSCMC "Proudly Supported By" logo
- To order a new decal for a CSCMC-funded agency door, email: email@example.com
- To request a new banner for a CSCMC-funded agency, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submitting a press release on a CSCMC-funded program? Please include the following boilerplate language:
The Children's Services Council of Martin County, an independent special district, was created by voter referendum in 1988 to provide a dedicated funding source for local children's programs. The Council funds programs that provide a healthy foundation for children, create strong, supportive families, foster a safe community and offer children opportunities for success in school and life. Learn more at www.cscmc.org.
CSCMC Application For Funding:
- Click here to view our website application NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
- CSCMC Application (pdf)
- CSCMC Invitiation To Negotiate (ITN) for Prevention of Summer Learning Loss in Reading
Agency Training Resources:
Please Note: These training opportunities are for professional development purposes only. Agencies are responsible for covering any costs associated with the trainings. Please contact Ellen Pethic, Manager of Finance, at (772) 288-5758 ext. 111 for questions regarding your current approved Children's Services Council budget.
Upcoming Partnership Events:October 4, 2014 - 9:30 am to 1:30 pmMAPPING the MIDDLE - a guide to all things TweenTopics include understanding the teenage brain, healthy sexual development, nutrition and mental health, marijuana, supporting healthy emotional growth and much more..Location: Wolf High Technology Center, IRSC Chastain Campus, StuartTo register: visit www.tykesandteens.org or call Agnieszka Marshall at 772.220.3439
October 7, 2014 - 1:30 pm to 3:30 pmTELLING AMY'S STORYAn emotional story about America's pervasive and largely unreported epidemic - Domestic Violence. Movie is based on a timeline of events leading up to a domestic violence homicide.Location: Indian River State College, Public Safety Training Complex, Bailey Auditorium, 4600 Kirby Loop Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34981Contact: Wendy Holcombe at 772.878.1131 for more information
November & DecemberGFNF Holiday Gift Drivefor abused and neglected childrenSponsor a child or children for the holidays by simply providing a gift(s) on the child's "wish list". To sponsor a child or children please send an e-mail to email@example.com including how many children you would like to sponsor or call 772.807.3868 for more information. GFNF will send you a copy of the child's wish list and additional information regarding deadlines, logistics and tax exemption information. If you prefer, you can make a donation to GFNF through our website at www.gfnf4kids.org and we will purchase gifts on your behalf.
invite you to
The Impact of Eating Disorders on Adolescents
A Presentation by:
Dr. Joel Jahraus, M.D., FAED, CEDS
Medical Director, Oliver-Pyatt Centers
Bertha Tavarez, Psy.D.
Clinical Director of Clementine: Adolescent Eating Disorder Treatment Program at OPC
Friday, September 26, 2014
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
(8:30 am - Light Breakfast and Registration)
West Palm Beach Event Hall
2223 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard #101
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
3 Free CEUs and Light Continental Breakfast!
About the Presentation:
Eating disorders in adolescents can be devastating with significant medical morbidity including multi-organ system involvement along with potential growth and development abnormalities. Recognition of these potential medical complications is imperative at an early stage. The physiologic reserve of adolescents is more limited so clinical decision-making needs to be concise and timely for prompt medical stabilization. This discussion will involve a review of the impact of eating disorders on the medical status of adolescents including a thorough review of the various systems impact as well as appropriate assessment and treatment. Emphasis will be placed on integration of the medical care within the context of the larger team regarding intervention and communication to accomplish a comprehensive approach to the disorder. Contemporary issues of comorbid food allergies, gluten sensitivity, diabetes, IBS, etc, will be discussed and a practical approach to diagnosis and treatment will be presented. There will be an interactive time of questions and answers.
- Agency Funding Resources:
- Click here for information regarding the Capen Fund for Kids, which makes small grants for children at 200% of the poverty level or below, for health-related purposes. The contact person for more information is Laura Faber, Capen Fund Coordinator, Martin Health Foundation at 772-223-5615
- Have a project that benefits Indiantown residents? Apply for funding through Martin County's Indiantown Community Trust Fund! Click here: http://ap3server.martin.fl.us:7778/portal/page?_pageid=355,4421817&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL
State of the Child Symposium Information:
- 2013 State of the Child Symposium: Click here to view the agenda for the 2013 State of the Child Symposium. To watch the keynote speaker, click here!
- 2012 State of the Child Symposium: Interested in the presentation by Dr. Peter Gorski at our first State of the Child Symposium, held on April 27? You can see it here.