The Consortium of Resilient Children (CRYC) is a collaboration of eight mental health and early childhood agencies spanning Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Each partner agency offers their expertise and resources to raise awareness and promote the social and emotional well-being of young children and the adults that care for them. For specific agency information, click the logos or the web page information below.
The Children's Home of Cincinnati
The Children’s Home of Cincinnati is dedicated to creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals — from infancy to independence — through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services. Through our CoStars home visitation and early care and education programs, families of young children access an array of early learning and support services designed to ensure children successfully move along the path from home to preschool to success in the classroom. To achieve this success, CoStars collaborates with families, schools and community stakeholders to help young children become the STARS they are meant to be.
5050 Madison Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
4C for Children
At 4C for Children we believe that all children should have a quality early learning experience, enter school ready to succeed, and reach their full potential. Our mission is to educate and support the adults who care for young children and advocate for public support for quality early education and care for all children. 4C is the designated child care resource and referral agency for a 15-county area that includes Southwest Ohio (five counties with regional office in Cincinnati) and the Miami Valley (10 counties, with regional office in Dayton).
2100 Sherman Avenue, #300
Cincinnati, Ohio 45212
Central Clinic Behavioral Health (CCBH) is a trauma informed community behavioral health provider serving individuals of all ages. Our mission is to provide choices and options through a compassionate approach to behavioral health services that results in lasting recovery and resiliency for children, families, and adults. The Child and Family Treatment Center, a division within CCBH, provides mental health services to children and youth, 0-18 years old. We offer clinical assessments, prevention and intervention services, mental health counseling for individuals and families, psychiatric evaluations, psychological testing, case management, and referrals for occupational therapy and speech evaluations.
311 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Learning Grove leads with empathy and dedication to provide high quality services prenatally through college and career. Learning Grove is a non-profit that has been providing educational services in Northern Kentucky and Southwest Ohio for over forty years. The agency is most well-known for providing year-round, high quality early care and education (birth – age 5) to families of all socio-economic backgrounds. This organization was created through the recent merger of Cincinnati Early Learning Centers and Children, Inc.
333 Madison Road, 2nd Floor
Covington, Kentucky 41011
Cincinnati Public Schools Education Center
Cincinnati Public Schools provides high quality, comprehensive preschool programs and collaborative services to support young children and families for lifelong learning. Children who participate in a high quality preschool program acquire skills needed for kindergarten readiness, social-emotional learning, physical and mental health and have a variety of enriching experiences. CPS’ Early Childhood Education (ECE) program recognizes that all children can learn through playful interactions with people and materials. The learning environment encourages creative exploration with a balance of child- and adult-initiated, age-appropriate activities. The program also recognizes the home and community as resources for the learning process. All families are welcome to enroll. Please visit our site or call.
PO Box 5381
Cincinnati, Ohio 45201
As the designated Community Mental Health Center in the Northern Kentucky region, NorthKey Community Care has proudly served the eight county Northern Kentucky region of Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen, and Pendleton counties since 1966. NorthKey provides quality, evidence-based behavioral health treatment services to children, families, and adults challenged by mental illness, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities regardless of race, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, or ability to pay.
502 Farrell Drive
Covington, Kentucky 41011
Santa Maria Community Services
Santa Maria Community Services is a catalyst and advocate for Cincinnati’s Greater Price Hill families to attain their educational, financial, and health goals. We provide more than 3,000 individuals with educational tools and resources to build strong families, promote healthy residents, and foster neighborhood revitalization. Santa Maria’s vision is for Greater Price Hill to be a vibrant, thriving, and self-sustaining community. Our Price Hill Family Centers provide a welcoming environment and the coaching, support, and flexibility to assist families to achieve their identified goals toward stabilization and self-sufficiency.
617 Steiner Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45204
Talbert House is empowering children, adults, and families to live healthy, safe, and productive lives. The agency’s network of services focuses on prevention, assessment, treatment, and reintegration. Through its Childreach program, Talbert House provides early childhood mental health prevention, consultation, and training services that enhance the social emotional development of young children ages 0-5 years old attending an early childhood center or family childcare home.
2600 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
RCFP has been a blessing to the CoStars program. Our coach provides thoughtful reflection on children’s behaviors, examining what they are really telling us and supporting teachers in adjusting our approaches to best meet the needs of the children we serve. Support from our coach extends well beyond our demonstration classroom and trickles over into all of our conversations and practices across the program.