914.835.8906 | www.hdsw.org
Year established: 1968
Number of full-time employees: 75
Number of part-time employees: 15
Annual revenue: $13,558,178
Geographic service area: Westchester
TOP FUNDING SOURCES:
Governmental Grants: 67%
Medicaid & Fees: 28%
“Every day I put the key in the door to my apartment, I thank God for HDSW. Without this agency I would be homeless on the street.”
—An HDSW Supportive Housing Tenant
HDSW is a social service organization providing quality behavioral health, rehabilitative, health, residential, and community stabilization services.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
HDSW has been involved in the evolution of community-based direct-care services for vulnerable populations in New York State since 1968, providing person-centered services to over 3,000 people each year through a unique blend of interrelated programs. HDSW provides: Care Management Services to those recovering from Physical Health and Behavioral Health-related illnesses; Transitional and Permanent Housing options to individuals and families throughout Westchester County; Home and Community Based Services, including Peer Services; Recovery Oriented Services at HOPE House which focus on Employment, Education, and Social Engagement; and Crisis Day Respite services offered through The Living Room, located in Mamaroneck. HDSW is also the designated Neighborhood Preservation Company for the Village of Port Chester with the goal of increasing and preserving affordable housing for Westchester residents. HDSW is a HUD-approved Housing Counseling Agency reaching out to low- and moderate-income households throughout Westchester.
There are numerous ways to assist Human Development Services of Westchester. By making a donation, you partner with us to create community and provide opportunities to support those we serve to achieve self-sufficiency. Your donations directly assist clients in need to obtain housing, find a job, go to school, or receive crisis services. Make a donation at www.hdsw.org.
Please contact Kelly Darrow, LCSW, Chief Program Officer, for voluteer opportunities.
Elizabeth A. Rossi, Presiden
William Stallings, Vice President
Michael Duncanson, Treasurer
Donald W. Davis, Secretary
Sanford A. Bell
Caroline H. Davis
Wlliam E. Van Vlack
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