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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 is closed from 1:00 PM on Monday, Jan. 26
until Wednesday, Jan. 28 due to inclement weather.

WJCS Celebrates the Rev. Dr. Martin
Luther King With a Call to Make a
Difference in Someone's Life

A stirring call to action to “go out and help someone” was one of the hallmarks of the WJCS’ celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. It came from White Plains Youth Bureau Director Frank Williams Jr., who recounted his childhood in Mississippi during the Jim Crow days when luminaries such as Fannie Lou Hamer and John Lewis, now the Congressman, met in his home as they challenged injustice in the South. Williams declared that his growing up poor in Mississippi and his parents’ lack of higher education didn’t define him, but they instilled in him the love that engendered confidence to achieve success in life and the drive to help others. Click here to read more.

WJCS' Social Workers Kay Griffin, left, and Beth Thompson, right, with Bernie Kimberg, WJCS COO, and Frank Williams, director, White Plains Youth Bureau, second right.



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WJCS Kids' Kloset
2nd Annual Fashion
Show Fundraiser
is set for
March 8, 2015.
Click here for details
and to reserve seats
for food, fun, fashion.