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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.

WJCS Center Lane, Participant
Lauded by City of Yonkers 

The WJCS Center Lane Program and participant Collins Randolph Jr. were honored by The City of Yonkers at an International Human Rights Day breakfast ceremony on Dec. 13. Center Lane, the only community center for LGBTQ youth in Westchester County, was cited for its work with youth from the community who reflect advancements made in raising awareness of the rights and dignity of young people, while Randolph, center, was presented with a certificate of recognition as an outstanding youth. Flanking him and representing Center Lane are Director Santo Barbagiovanni, right, and Brentin Brown, program specialist. Click here to learn more about Center Lane.

International Human Rights Day is observed every year to commemorate the ratification of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United National on December 10, 1948.


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Chanukah celebrations
at WJCS group homes
will be extra special
this year as a result
of a unique pairing of
participants in
WJCS Shelanu and
POINT programs
for young adults with
special needs.
The participants
partnered to
make beautiful
Chanukah baskets
for the homes,
fulfilling "the mitzvah
of giving to others."