914.761.0600 | www.wjcs.com
Year established: 1943
Number of full-time employees: 304
Number of part-time employees: 196
Annual revenue: $43.7 million
Geographic service area: Westchester County
TOP FUNDING SOURCES:
Program Service Fees: 62%
Government Grants & Contracts: 15%
Contributions and Grants: 11%
Investment, Rental, & Other Income: 7%
UJA Federation: 5%
“The kindness, compassion, and understanding of each person at WJCS has been extraordinary.”
To help people of all ages and backgrounds overcome emotional, social, educational, disability, and spiritual challenges to lead their best lives.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
WJCS serves the diverse needs of 20,000 Westchester residents of all ages and backgrounds every year. We have 88+ programs; provide 90,000+ mental health services at 16 behavioral health clinics; offer evidence-based trauma treatment for 225+ children who are survivors of sexual abuse, support 1,600+ LGBTQ+ youth; educate 3,000+ students about violence prevention; engage 300+ families in child development programs; and offer case management, resources, and social activities to help seniors age safely at home.
Your donation provides vital funding for services to people in need of mental health, trauma, disability, aging, early literacy and education, and LGBTQ+ support. We are grateful for individual donations, monthly giving, matching gifts, IRAs, wills and bequests, and donations to our Back-to-School and Holiday Toy Drives.
WJCS has over 250 active volunteers. Based on their interests and skills, volunteers are matched with one of the many WJCS programs, including: after-school enrichment, ParentChild Center, LGBTQ+ Center Lane, and Care Calls for seniors and members of our group homes. Bar and Bat Mitzvah youth also volunteer in community projects.
David A. Alpert
Froma B. Benerofe
Carol H. Corbin
Carol Richards Mermey
Neil T. Rimsky
Suzanne Kogan Yearley
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