WJCS by the Numbers

Published Monday, March 4, 2019

WJCS is a human services organization devoted to helping people of all ages and backgrounds address and overcome a vast range of challenges—physical, social, educational, cognitive, and financial. Their stories are ones that are moving and inspirational, demonstrating how, with the right tools, resources, and resilience, adverse circumstances can be overcome.

While each individual’s story conveys the power of WJCS, so do our numbers. Here are a few statistics that show the range of services WJCS offers and the number of people WJCS serves:

20,000--Westchester residents served

70,000--mental health services provided to 4,300 individuals

3,500--children educated about domestic and interpersonal violence

2,000--direct services to families to ensure all children will be ready for school

400+--of people trained in MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID

770+--WJCS staff

450--children receive treatment for sexual abuse    

300+--active volunteers

97--adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities supported in 14 residences

88+--WJCS programs

60--Holocaust survivors and 30 second generation adults receive services 

It's because of the generous support of people like you that WJCS can provide life-changing services to our neighbors in Westchester. Please join us at the WJCS 2019 Gala, honoring Neil Sandler and Roy Stillman, and support the work WJCS does throughout Westchester County. 

The WJCS 2019 Gala takes place on April 2 at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase. Don’t miss out on a fabulous evening, register below!


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