How is the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth (ICC) constituted?
Pursuant to the City Charter, the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth (ICC) comprises New York City agencies and entities that fund or provide direct services to youth, as well as those that indirectly support these services.
When was the ICC created?
The ICC was created in 1989 to promote inter-agency collaboration on issues relevant to New York City's youth. Through its member agencies, the ICC works toward coordinating efforts to improve and increase service delivery.
Are there any elected public officials from the City Council, State Assembly, State Senate, and United States Congress that sit on the Council?
Yes, the Chair of the Youth Committee of the City Council, or a representative, is a member of the ICC.
What initiatives has the ICC undertaken?
At the June 28th 2002 ICC meeting, work groups were
formed which will convene on a regular basis and report to the larger ICC group
at the ICC quarterly meetings. The work groups that have been formed target health and after-school issues.
When does the ICC meet?
ICC members meet privately on a quarterly basis, and annually hold at least one public hearing.