Community Services for Children, Inc. is a leader in early childhood education and human services in Northeast PA. Community Services for Children is a government-funded non-profit organization employing over 400 individuals. Please apply to one of our positions below to join our team and strengthen your community.
Engaged communities where every child thrives and every family succeeds.
Prepare young children and their families to succeed in learning and in life through innovative, comprehensive, leading-edge services.
- Excellence: Visionary leadership and mission driven commitment to achieving the highest standard of service.
- Inclusion: Embracing uniqueness of each person and advancing diverse voices, experiences and backgrounds by creating a true sense of belonging.
- Equity: Access to opportunity, fairness and resources necessary to ensure every individual’s success.
- Integrity: Acting in a way that demonstrates honesty, accountability, and responsibility for all that is in our care.
- Connection: Authentic relationships with individuals, partners and the community.
Community Services for Children is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This Agency shall not discriminate in its human resource practices, in any aspect of employment, program implementation or program participation because of race, sex, creed, color, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation or transgender status.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, CSC will not discriminate in employment and public accommodations based upon disability. CSC will be proactive in the recruitment, hiring and development of members of protected classes and people with disabilities and will provide “reasonable accommodations” (as determined by CSC, on a case-by-case basis).
Transparency in Coverage Final Rule: machine-readable files available soon
Please note that the link below leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule, and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
Transparency in Coverage Final Rule Link
On July 1, 2022, Capital Blue Cross will publish these files on their website, in compliance with the Transparency in Coverage Final Rule. Once posted, individuals will be able to access them through the link provided above. The publicly accessible files will include medical in-network rates and out-of-network allowed amounts for Capital Blue Cross and national networks.
It is important to note that the machine-readable files will not appear until the files are populated some time on July 1. If you click on the link before the data is released, you will be routed to MyCare Finder, Capital Blue Cross’s provider finder tool. Community Services for Children, Inc. has posted this URL on our site for users to access. The data files will be updated on the first of every month.
Machine-readable files are a digital representation of data or information that can be imported or read into a computer system for further processing. The data is not meaningful at first glance without that process.
Capital Blue Cross will not charge for use of the machine-readable files posted on their site. Those who wish to interpret the data will need to process and evaluate it on their own or use a third party vendor.