Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) is your not-for-profit non-sectarian neighbor, helping people cope with and conquer the effects of mental, physical, social and educational challenges. Our caring and compassionate programs serve more than 20,000 adults, children and families each year through approximately 60 sites across Westchester.
We make getting help simple.
A wide range of clinical and community-based mental health, counseling and specialty programs, home health care services, learning programs and services for people with developmental disabilities is available to those who live or work in Westchester County. Unique services address issues that range from child sexual abuse to geriatric care. Our Jewish programming department assists the diverse needs of Westchester's Jewish community.
Read a fact sheet of WJCS services, descriptions of our categories of services and programs or view our full-length video or short video. A brochure on the agency also can be downloaded.
We are in your homes, in schools, in clinic settings, and in the community -
Strengthening Lives. Shaping Futures.
Whatever you need, wherever you may be, WJCS can help you deal with the challenges of daily life. Click here for Licensing and Certification Information.
WJCS social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, case managers, remedial education specialists, residence managers, direct care workers, home health and personal care aides work together to provide caring support, foster personal growth and fulfillment and maintain the dignity of all individuals and families. View the executive staff list.
We are a beneficiary agency of UJA-Federation of New York and the United Way of Westchester and Putnam. We receive support from government grants, our Board of Directors, private individuals, foundations and corporations. View our Financial and Funding information.
WJCS is committed to providing the highest quality services in a compassionate manner, directed toward helping people achieve their maximum level of growth and personal fulfillment. The dignity of all individuals is of primary concern. The inherent importance of the individual and the family unit is recognized, respected and fostered, and reflected in our Mission Statement.