WJCS Newsletters provide up-to-date information about WJCS programs, events and opportunities. Click the links below to view our recent publications.
Parent-Child Home Program newsletter features Board Member Julian Gomez, a graduate of the program. Click here to read his story.
Inside Information is WJCS' employee newsletter. See the latest version here.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month includes tips for parents on how to talk to children about healthy relationships and WJCS programs that promote healthy relationships.
WJCS Connections September issue spotlights WJCS programs in Mt. Vernon for children, youth and families.
WJCS In The News
The Jewish Week, Oct 21, profiles the WJCS Youth Mental Health First Aid program to help adults who work with teens recognize the signs of emotional distress. Click here to read the article.
Scarsdale10583.com, Oct. 15, featured Kate Schnitzer to win the Milly Kibrick Youth Service Award for her volunteer work with Amazing Afternoons Afterschool Program, a program run by WJCS. Click here to read the article.
The Daily Voice, Oct. 14, featured the expansion of Youth Mental Health First Aid with federal funding. Click here to read the article.
Westfaironline.com, Oct. 6, featured the expansion of the WJCS Parent-Child Home . Click here to read the article.
NY Nonprofit Press, Aug. 6, WJCS has received a grant from the CJ Foundation for SIDS, the largest, leading SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) organization in the U.S. . Click here to read the article.
Journal News, July 24, The Mount Vernon based Off the Street Program run by WJCS was awarded a grant by New York State for after school programs. Click here to read the article.
Scarsdale Daily Voice, July 23, WJCS' Off The Street Program has been selected as one of the winners of New York State’s 68 Advantage After-School Program grants. Click here to read the article.
NY Nonprofit Press, July 20, WJCS was awarded a grant by New York State for its After School Programs, providing school-age children with quality youth development opportunities at the end of each school day. Click here to read the article.
The Jewish Week, June 27, profiles the WJCS Shelanu program for young Jewish adults on the autism spectrum. Click here to read the article.
White Plains Daily Voice, June 12, Westchester Jewish Community Services’ Center Lane Program will host its annual Gay Prom on Friday, June 20, co-sponsored this year by PrideWorks. Click here to read the article.
Yonkers Daily Voice, May 16, quotes WJCS Center Lane Program Director Santo Barbagiovanni on NFL's first openly gay player as role model. Click here to read the article.
Mount Vernon Inquirer, May 2014 profiles the WJCS Gala Spring, 2014 honoring Penny Goldsmith and Linda Plattus. Click here to read article.
Rising, April 11, profiles the WJCS Gala Spring 2014, honoring Penny Goldsmith and Linda Plattus. Click here to read article.
Westchester Jewish Life, April 2014, profiles the WJCS Gala spring, 2014, honoring Penny Goldsmith and Linda Plattus. Click here to read article.
Journal News, April 2014, profiles the WJCS' Off the Street program. Click here to read article.
Westchester Magazine's April 2014 issue features WJCS' Compeer program and its coordinator Laura Stein as well as two participants. Click here to read about volunteer Ben Blumberg and client Robert, whose matching has blossomed into a three-year friendship.
Mt. Vernon Inquirer featured the WJCS 2014 Gala. Click here to read the article.
Mt. Vernon Inquirer was one of many media outlets that covered the WJCS Kids' Kloset Fashion Show Fundraiser on March 23, 2014. Click here to read to story.
WABC TV featured WJCS' Project Lifesaver program last weekend, including an interview with Program Coordinator Lee Englander, a client and her parent as well as an officer from.the Westchester County Police Dept. Click here to view the segment.
Mt. Vernon Inquirer ran a photo and article about Mt. Vernon Senior Programs and its "Fleetwood Thursday" lecture series with Sen. Jeff Klein.
The Examiner News was one of several media outlets that featured County Executive Rob Astorino and WJCS CEO Alan Trager launching Youth Mental Health First Aid. Read about it here.
The Examiner News named WJCS "A Valuable Resource in the Community." Read all about it here.
Behavioral Health News features WJCS CEO Alan Trager and colleagues' discussion of Coordinated Behavioral Health Services.