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Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS), a non-sectarian, state-licensed, not-for-profit agency, has been a leader in mental health, home health care, developmental disabilities and human services since 1943, serving all people who live or work in Westchester without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. If you have a problem, it is likely we have a program or service to help you. One call is all you need.View our WJCS Agency Video, read our Annual Report.
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WJCS Celebrates Autism Awareness Month
The United Nations declared April 2 as
World Autism Awareness Day,
a time to highlight the need to help improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by autism so that they can lead full and meaningful lives. Since then, the entire month of April has been designated for such focus. How has WJCS answered the call?

WJCS offers an array of support services anchored by the Autism Center and its highly experienced professionals who deliver educational advocacy, guidance and parent support; therapeutic social skills groups and social clubs; training in behavior management and handling potential crises effectively, and independent living and respite services. A special program offered in collaboration with the Westchester County Police Dept. is Project Lifesaver, a bracelet and monitoring service that provides an extra layer of security for those who tend to wander or get lost. For more information on all services, click here or contact Lee Englander, Autism Center coordinator, 914-761-0600 x228 or lenglander@wjcs.com.

 

 

 

 

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 2015 Gala
honoring
Karen Blumenthal
&
Emily Grant
is set for
April 21
at
Willow Ridge
County Club
in Harrison.
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