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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 Highlights Resources to Reduce Teen Dating
Violence During Awareness, Prevention Month

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. About one in 10 teens reported being physically abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend in 2013. One in three teen girls suffer teen relationship abuse every year. It's a time for communities to work together to promote safe, healthy relationships. WJCS offers expert, research-proven  treatment for victims of domestic abuse in its Treatment Center for Trauma and Abuse; groups such as Empowering Moms & Kids; in-school specially trained counselors through its Margaret's Place Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation program, and healthy relationships support groups for teens with special needs and autism and LGBTQ youth. How else can parents prepare their children? Click here for some tips from


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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.


Volunteers Needed!

500+ volunteers
help WJCS provide
crucial services to
20,000 people in
Westchester, but
more help is needed.
Browse this list and
see how you can help
or contact
Tamar Moskowitz
914-761-0600 x222