What We Offer
Our Programs and Services assist children, adults and families throughout Westchester
WJCS offers a comprehensive range of services for people who live or work in the County. Our extensive connections to sister agencies and government services allow us to serve the multi-faceted needs of individuals and families.
To find information about particular programs, select below. Click here for our Annual Report.
If you are searching for a particular program by name, please enter the title in the SEARCH box. You can also access our site map for a guide to our website.
ADULTS AND FAMILIES with services that ease the strains of daily life and help individuals cope with personal, professional and family challenges. We offer Home Care Services, Mental Health & Counseling Services and supports that encourage positive Parenting Skills. We also offer specialty services including Abuse and Violence Prevention services and assistance to people with issues related to autism and developmental disabilities.
CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS with programs across the spectrum of WJCS services that address the mental health, educational support and developmental needs of children and teens from infancy and pre-school through late adolescence.
Based in school, community and clinical settings, our services
are easily accessible and available to children and families, offering
referral to other supports of WJCS and community services when
necessary. Interaction with families enhances the parenting and
communication skills of parents.
SENIOR ADULTS with an array of clinical services, home care, supportive and social programs and emergency assistance to help people remain as healthy and independent as possible in their later years.
PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS with clinical and therapeutic supports to enable individuals to develop and function to their optimal potential. We offer supportive services for families and social and recreational opportunities for people with disabilities. Specialized services address the unique needs of people on the autism spectrum and individuals with Asperger's syndrome. Our caring and professionally staffed community residences are home to adults of all ages with developmental disabilities.
WESTCHESTER'S JEWISH COMMUNITY with programs that disseminate information and meet a variety of mental health, social and spiritual needs. The agency is involved in joint planning and collaboration with Jewish institutions, synagogues, agencies and UJA-Federation of New York and Westchester to assess needs for new programs and fill service gaps.