2016 annual review - Westchester Jewish Community Services

2016 annual review - Westchester Jewish Community Services

Westchester Jewish Community Services 2016 ANNUAL REVIEW Strengthening Lives. Shaping Futures. Westchester Jewish Community Services WESTCHESTER J...

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Westchester Jewish Community Services

2016 ANNUAL REVIEW

Strengthening Lives. Shaping Futures.

Westchester Jewish Community Services WESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES (WJCS) (WJCS) strengthens communities by helping people of all ages and backgrounds overcome emotional, cognitive, physical and social challenges.

WJCS Board Member Nina Ross, second left, and Board President Barry Kaplan, second right, were honored at the WJCS 2016 Gala. With them are COO Bernie Kimberg, left, and CEO Alan Trager.

During October Domestic Violence Awareness Month, New York State Assemblyman David Buchwald visited the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation Margaret’s Place program administered by WJCS.

New York State Assemblywoman Shelly Mayer, second right, visited WJCS Center Lane in Yonkers. With her are, from left, Steven Gioe, Santo Barbagiovanni and Rachel Goetz from the Center Lane staff; Paula Santa-Donato, director of youth services, and Jan Fisher, director of public affairs.

Rousing remembrances of the struggle for civil rights were shared at the WJCS Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration by Ann Brammer, left, Mt. Vernon Clinic director and Pam Wax, spiritual care coordinator. With them is Board member Bruce Freyer.

WJCS Strong! Dear Friends: During 2016 WJCS continued to seek opportunities to strengthen its programs to best serve individuals and communities that have shown great strength in the face of considerable emotional, cognitive, physical and social challenges.

Alan Trager, Chief Executive Officer

A continued focus on evaluation, research and data has allowed WJCS to enhance programs throughout the agency, from those that serve young children to those that support people at the end of their lives. Partnerships designed to proactively address the ongoing transformation of healthcare bring the promise of improved client experiences, improved health and greater cost-savings in our mental health clinics and services for people with disabilities. As WJCS strengthens its services, we are reminded that our efforts are made alongside the 20,000 people we work with annually who draw upon their own strengths as they confront often overwhelming adversity. We are inspired by the resolve of teens battling anxiety and depression, parents confronting poverty who participate in literacy programs to improve the long-term educational success of their pre-school children, older adults and families living with Alzheimer’s disease, individuals with disabilities seeking training so they can work and thrive as independent members of their communities and families dealing with the tragic death of a child. We again express our appreciation to all those who make WJCS strong and our work possible – our dedicated staff, generous board of directors, volunteers, community partners and individual, foundation, corporate and government supporters.

Neil J. Sandler, President

Thank you,

President Neil J. Sandler Vice Presidents Laurence D. Dobosh Victor Hershaft Treasurer Mariquita Blumberg Secretary Shirley Shwiel Linda Plattus, Assistant Secretary Directors Louise Albin David A. Alpert Michel Araten Froma B. Benerofe Karen Blumenthal Ron Chaimowitz Carol Corbin

Tova A. Effron Barbara Ehudin Meira Fleisch Bruce M. Freyer Rosele Frishwasser Ellen Gelboim Debby Glasser Philip Halper Lynn Jacobs Barry Kaplan Sarah Kayle Laura Kleinhandler Robert Mensch Carol Richards Mermey Nancy Petschek-Kohn Neil T. Rimsky Loretta Rosenbaum Nina Ross Robert M. Stavis Roy Stillman Suzanne Kogan Yearley

Honorary Members Alan R. Batkin Jane M. Batkin Emily Grant Liz Jaffe Hon. Nita M. Lowey Marvin E. Miller Maida Silver Cecile Singer Frank J. Spitalny Past Presidents Aaron W. Davis* Samuel J. Schur* Stanley Roth* Edward N. Bratter* Erwin Schwarz* Stuart B. Glover* Jack Gross*

Elizabeth Schoenberger* Peggy Moses* Frank J. Spitalny David G. Sacks* Kenneth Weiser Herbert Fischgrund* Judy Tenney Chester I. Thomson* Alan R. Batkin Froma B. Benerofe Robert L. Wolfe Philip Halper Harold D. Goldsmith* Maida S. Silver, PhD Robert M. Stavis Michel Araten Carol Corbin Barry Kaplan *deceased

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A Year of and developmental disabilities agencies serving 10 counties in the Hudson Valley. With the movement to integrated healthcare, an outgrowth has been an innovative partnership agreement CBHS signed with Hudson River Health Care to offer integrated behavioral health and primary care at locations throughout the Hudson Valley, resulting in more coordinated and convenient services.

INTEGRATING BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH The mental health clinics also strengthened partnerships with two major hospital systems in the region, Montefiore Medical Center and Westchester Medical Center, aimed at achieving reduced costs, improved outcomes and greater patient satisfaction.

2016

WAS A YEAR OF CONTINUED EVOLUTION AT WJCS in shaping the agency to maintain its hallmark of delivering the highest quality care to 20,000 people in Westchester. The agency broadened and deepened its relationships with scores of partners to both maintain and expand its services and launched new initiatives to better address the needs of local communities. WJCS continued to take steps in the ongoing transformation of healthcare in Westchester and throughout the US to improve patient experience, improve population health and reduce cost. As part of that goal, WJCS has taken a leadership role as a founding owner/member of Coordinated Behavioral Health Services, Inc. (CBHS), a 501(c)(3) orga-

The clinics responded to the serious opioid epidemic affect-

nization comprising nine behavioral health and intellectual

ing communities by training staff to manage care for clients

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Partnerships for Progress with co-morbid mental health and substance use issues.

professional support to help them succeed in their posi-

With funding from the New York State Office of Mental

tions and overcome barriers, including histories of trauma,

Health, WJCS implemented operational efficiencies and

poverty, lack of housing and learning issues.

practices to enhance client care and address a wider range

The agency expanded its collaboration with the West-

of physical and behavioral health needs for more children

chester County District Attorney’s office in the child abuse

through care management services in the newly launched

multidisciplinary team at the Child Advocacy Center. A

NY State Health Homes program.

WJCS clinician from the Treatment Center for Trauma and

Based on the positive educational and personal impact

Abuse was assigned to work in the District Attorney’s

of providing mental health services onsite at schools,

Justice Center with child victims and their families during the

WJCS Yonkers school-based satellite mental health clinics

emotional period of court involvement. The clinician pro-

opened three new locations—at the request of the school

vides sensitive short-term trauma therapy and case man-

district—in which clinicians provide therapy for students

agement to victims.

and consultation and training for faculty.

AGENCY ADDRESSES ALZHEIMER’S An agency-wide initiative brought new focus on “Addressing Alzheimer’s.” With studies showing as many as 5.3 million people living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias in the US and projections for as many as seven million by 2050, WJCS’ Jewish Programs depart-

WJCS struck a partnership with Greyston Bakery to provide case management services to employees recruited through its “open hiring” model which offers job training and employment opportunities regardless of past experiences, including incarceration. These employees are offered 3

ment began providing care consultation and support services to caregivers of people with dementia. The program was funded with a five-year grant from the New York State Department of Health. In addition, WJCS collaborated with the Alzheimer’s Association to offer support groups and seminars for individuals and families dealing with the disease. WJCS’ Home Health Services division also sharpened its focus on Alzheimer’s care by joining the Dementia Care Alliance to stay abreast of training standards and ramped up skills training for home health aides specialized in caring for clients with Alzheimer’s.

COLLABORATING TO EXPAND YOUTH SERVICES Several programs in the Children, Youth and Families division were enriched with collaborative efforts as well. The Mt. Vernon After-School Academy augmented academic support by implementing a numeracy and literacy component with help from the Mt. Vernon School District. Collaborations with the Pelham Art Center, Backyard Sports, Cornell Cooperative Extension and Mercy College provided exposure to numerous enrichment and The Community Residential Care division leveraged alliances with the Westchester Employment Network and Westchester Business Council to provide vocational opportunities to individuals with developmental disabilities. Several individuals participated in the Westchester County Mentor-

social-emotional growth experiences. The Wiener Academy for Young Women linked up with My Sister’s Place, Planned Parenthood and Sarah Lawrence College, among others, to enhance the social and academic development of nearly eighty 4th to 8th graders in Yonkers.

ship Day, shadowing county staff and raising awareness of

Other youth-related programs extended services and

their abilities. Many others enjoyed internships at Berkeley

support. Center Lane, Westchester’s only LGBTQ youth and

College and a variety of other social service, healthcare and

community education center, reached further into the north-

retail organizations. For ongoing training and socialization,

ern part of Westchester with a new support group in Mt.

the Taft Community Room was extended and a new voca-

Kisco and conducted seminars for more than 2000 LGBTQ

tional center was opened in downtown White Plains.

youth overall.

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The Academic and Career Support program graduated three participants who passed the high school equivalency exam and, with funding from the Westchester Community Foundation, a new care manager — herself the first graduate of the program — was hired to assist the other students.

Kids’ Kloset with its crew of volunteers amassed a total of 8,000 bags so far of gently used clothing and other essentials donated to children in need. A strong, dedicated volunteer corps of all ages expanded after-school programs’ capacity with tutoring and programming in the arts, computer science, cooking and culinary arts and more. And more than 200 volunteers helped deliver meals to seniors and aid agency operations.

VOLUNTEERS, DONORS MAKE CRITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS To help alleviate continuing funding challenges, the development and public affairs teams worked together to raise greatly needed funds from donors, foundations and government that allowed WJCS to fulfill its mission of strengthening Westchester communities by helping people of all ages and backgrounds overcome emotional, cognitive, physical and social challenges.

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2016

AGENCY AWARDS EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR Shamar Watson, LMSW, director of the WJCS After-School Academy in Mt. Vernon, was recognized for his tireless work juggling the high demands of the role including managing dozens of adult and teen staff and two site coordinators in the Off the Street and Amazing Afternoons programs. Shamar was hailed for his “tremendous heart, positive, can-do attitude and excellent organizational skills.”

BATKIN AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE TO PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Jean Fray, Valdale residence manager, was recognized for the care she takes in providing a warm and inviting environment for the residents and meeting their individual needs.

CLINICAL STAFF AWARD LeRoy Ennis, LCSW, supervisor, Family Matters, was praised for being patient and open, for exposing youth to new skills using his Dialectical Behavioral Therapy training and for enhancing communication and improving his team. “Good enough is never enough” for Leroy.

LEONARD ROHMER AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENT Nanci Kennedy, LCSW, director, Yonkers School-Based Clinics, is the driving force behind the WJCS Youth Mental Health First Aid initiative and the expansion of the school-based mental health clinics in Yonkers. She is regarded as a dedicated and skilled social worker.

HOME HEALTH AIDE OF THE YEAR Ruth Dumevi, began working as a home health aide at WJCS in 2006 and is highly regarded for being reliable, compassionate and a true professional – one who is always there in an emergency.

SPECIAL RECOGNITION Mary Figueroa, after-school programs parent coordinator, inductee, Westchester County Senior Citizens Hall of Fame. Sheri Curro, client information systems manager, UJA Communal Professionals Award from UJA-Federation of New York. Lynn Reichgott, WJCS volunteer, Distinguished Public Health Service Award, Westchester County Board of Health. 6

LEADERSHIP EXECUTIVE STAFF Alan Trager, LCSW, Chief Executive Officer Bernard Kimberg, LCSW, Chief Operating Officer Margarita Munoz, MD, Medical Director Debra Feldman, BS, CPA, Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Apotheker, PhD, Compliance Officer and Director, Quality Improvement Milagros Rivera, MBA, Director, Human Resources Liane Nelson, PhD, Chief Psychologist; Director, Treatment Center for Trauma and Abuse Jan Fisher, BS, Director of Public Affairs Mary Grace Giuliano, LMSW, Assistant Executive Director, Community Programs Patricia Lemp, LCSW, Assistant Executive Director, Clinic-based Services Susan Lewen, BA, Director of Development Shannon Van Loon, Ed. M., Assistant Executive Director, Children, Youth and Family Services Sheila Rabideau, RN, Assistant Executive Director, Home Health Services

Leslie Hernandez, Director of Admitting and Managed Care Administrator Kathryn Hickman, PhD, Coordinator JSO, Hartsdale Dawn Jardim, Residence Manager, Harrison House Donnamarie Jones, LCSW, Clinic Supervisor, Peekskill Family Mental Health Center Richard Jones, BA, Director, Training & Quality Assurance, Community Programs Nanci Kennedy, LCSW, Program Director, Yonkers School-Based Services Diane Klein, MS, Coordinator of Habilitation & Behavioral Services, Community Programs Carol Kobroff, MSW, Coordinator, Project Time-Out Susan Kronish, BS, Jewish Cultural Specialist Veronica Lalomia, Payroll Supervisor Caitlin Leon, LMSW, Coordinator of YPA Christopher Libby, PhD., Assistant Director and Coordinator, DBT Program Micheline Malow, PhD, Director, Weinberg Learning Center Eva Mason, BS, Residence Manager, Chai House Ericka McCabe, AS, Residence Manager, Hudson Terrace Tresha McIntyre, BA, Director of Clinical Services, Community Programs

ADMINISTRATIVE/LEADERSHIP STAFF

Kathleen E. McKay, PhD, Coordinator, Court Assessment Program

Janet Alpert, MA, Director of Residential Services, Community Programs

William Mullane, PhD, Regional Administrator for Behavioral Health Services, Southern Westchester

Tomika Miller, BA, Residence Manager, Palmer House

John Alterman, LCSW, Director, Hartsdale Family Mental Health Center; Director, Educational Institute

Carolyn Murphy, LCSW, Director, Family Matters and Care Management

Beverly Alvarez, MS, Program Director, Academic and Career Support, Mary J. Blige Center

Maria-Elena Netrosio, Coordinator, MSC

Alissa Baalbaki, LCSW, Clinic Director, Yonkers; EAP Coordinator

Katherine O’Donnell, MS, Coordinator, Sunshine Social Club

Shari Baum, CSW, Coordinator, Partners in Caring

Sandra Perry, BA, Residence Manager, Claudet House

Cheryl Birnbaum, LCSW, Director, Jewish Programs

Jill Phillips, BSN, RN, Director, Nursing Services

Ann Brammer, LCSW, Clinic Director, Mt. Vernon Family Mental Health Clinic

Colleen Porrazzo, Executive Assistant

Colleen R. Brathwaite, MS, Communications Manager

Deborah Procino, MBA, Director, Revenue and Reimbursement

Rodney Campbell, BS, Residence Manager, Maple House

Areta Reid, BA, Residence Manager, Cannon House

Ebony Carelock, M.Ed, Program Director, Wiener Academy for Young Women, Mary J. Blige Center

Valerie Rissman, LCSW, Supervisor, NHTD/TBI Service Coordination

Jean-Carlos Castro, MBA, Assistant Controller

Joanne Ruckel, LCSW, Assistant Clinic Director, Mt. Vernon Family Mental Health Clinic

Nicole Costa Braithwaite, LCSW, Assistant Program Director, HOSTOS

Stephanie Roth, MBA, Coordinator, Kids’ Kloset

Marna Cohen, PhD, Coordinator, Psychology Externship

Anna Rudo-Hutt, PhD, Assistant Director, Weinberg Learning Center

Cheoka Coleman, LMSW, Assistant Program Director, Family Matters

Ronald Russell, BS, Accounting Supervisor

Patrice Cuddy, BA, Director, Parent-Child Home Program

Paula Santa-Donato, LCSW, Director of Youth Services

Hope Cunningham, MPA, Program Coordinator, Community Programs

Alison Savitch, LCSW, Assistant Program Director, POINT

Sheri Curro, Client Information Systems Manager

Rachel Scherer, MS, Privacy Officer

Robin L. Davies-Small, MS, Program Coordinator, Shelanu

William Schollmeyer, Director, Facilities Management

Suzanne DeLasho, LCSW, Clinic Director, Peekskill Family Mental Health Clinic

Deborah Schrag, MSW, Coordinator, Connections and Cash Relief

Diana Dlugash, MS, Director of Client Information Systems & Strategic Initiatives

Jill Schreibman, LCSW, Coordinator, Career>Connect Employment Services

Suzanne Doll, LMSW, Program Director, Linkages & Youth Success

Rekha Seepersad, BA, Residence Manager, Bryant House

Eleanor Einzig, LCSW, Coordinator, Geriatric Outreach Services

William Siburn, BS, Controller

Lee Englander, MA, Program Coordinator, Autism Center

Rebecca Sigman, MPA, Community Engagement Manager

Diana Eppolito, BS, Development Officer

Jane Slevin, MS, Pathways to Care Coordinator

Mary Esposito, Senior Office Manager

Elana Spira, PhD, Director, Research

Judy Fink, LCSW, Director, Geriatric Services

Laura Stein, LMSW, Coordinator, COMPEER

Vicki Forbes, LCSW, Program Director, Building Better Beginnings & Infant-Toddler Learning Center

Rosemarie Stewart, BS, Residence Manager, Claremont House

Jean Fray, BA, Residence Manager, Valdale House Rabbi Michael Goldman, MA, Coordinator, Senior Programs in Mt. Vernon

Gillian Rittmaster, LMSW, Pathways to Care Coordinator

Andrene Thompson, BS, Accounting Supervisor Beth Thompson, LCSW, Program Director, Margaret’s Place

Nicole Goudreau-Green, LCSW, DSS Clinic Coordinator

Sylvana Trabout, LCSW, Assistant Director, Treatment Center for Trauma & Abuse; Coordinator, Partner Abuse Intervention Program

Barbara Greene, MPH, Director, POINT Program

Amanda Vassallo, LCSW, Clinic Supervisor, Yonkers Family Mental Health Center

Patricia Grossman, LCSW, Director, Outpatient Services for the Developmentally Disabled

Maria Velez-Green, LCSW, Program Director, SCOPES

Consuelo Guerrero, LCSW, Supervisor, Yonkers Treatment Center for Trauma & Abuse; Latino Community Liaison

Shamar Watson, LMSW, Program Director, Mt. Vernon After-School Academy

Brenda Haas, LMSW, M.Ed, Coordinator, Mental Health GPS Sasha Hanchard, Residence Manager, Beach House Joanne Helfrich, LCSW, Clinic Supervisor, Peekskill Family Mental Health Clinic

Rabbi Pamela Wax, MA, Spiritual Care Coordinator, Jewish Programs Ellen Weisberg, LMSW, Coordinator of Project Seed, Jewish Programs Sharon Wu, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP, Human Resources Manager

Gayley Henry, BS, Program Coordinator, Community Programs

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT



WESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES AND AFFILIATES COMBINED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF JUNE 30, 2016 AND 2015. 2016 ASSETS

2015

CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS 2593601 RECEIVABLES 5,600,485 INVESTMENTS 27,651,040 PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT NET 9,193,328 OTHER ASSETS 392,324 TOTAL ASSETS 45,430,778 LIABILITIES ACCRUED EXPENSES AND OTHER PAYABLES 9,101,020 LOANS PAYABLE 4,079,439 TOTAL LIABILITIES 13,180,459 NET ASSETS UNRESTRICTED 16,359,449 TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED 13,949,613 PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED 1,941,257 TOTAL NET ASSETS 32,250,319 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 45,430,778

2,157,705 5,759,388 32,252,023 9,612,149 392,257 50,173,522

11,261,154 4,410,707 15,671,861

17,459,423 15,042,238 2,000,000 34,501,661 50,173,522

WESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES AND AFFILIATES COMBINED STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2016 AND 2015 SUPPORT AND REVENUE – OPERATING PUBLIC SUPPORT:

2016

UJA/FEDERATION 2,194,774 CONTRIBUTIONS AND GRANTS 3,124,577 SPECIAL EVENT NET OF EXPENSES 697,414 TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPORT 6,016,765 REVENUE: FEES AND GRANTS FROM GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 28,545,159 NON-GOVERNMENT FEES AND OTHER 2,414,967 INVESTMENT AND RENTAL INCOME 1,354,087 TOTAL REVENUE 32,314,213 TOTAL SUPPORT AND REVENUE 38,330,978 EXPENSES - OPERATING: PROGRAM SERVICES – CLINIC 9,095,697 PROGRAM SERVICES – COMMUNITY BASED 8,398,347 PROGRAM SERVICES – SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED 12,569,245 PROGRAM SERVICES – HOME CARE 3,314,997 MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL 4,793,506 FUNDRAISING AND DEVELOPMENT 245,850 TOTAL EXPENSES – OPERATING 38,417,642 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS - OPERATING (86,664) NON-OPERATING REVENUE UNREALIZED GAIN (LOSS) ON INVESTMENTS (2,164,678)

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2015



2,139,745 3,733,272 853,374 6,726,391

27,334,859 2,375,908 1,132,102 30,842,869 37,569,260

8,746,559 8,160,456 12,964,787 3,071,850 4,489,410 211,139 37,644,201 (74,941)

2,021,707



OPERATING EXPENSES FUNDRAISING AND DEVELOPMENT 1%

MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL 12%

FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH CLINICS 24%

HOME HOMECARE CARE 8%

WJCS IS: • Licensed to operate mental health clinics by the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH). • Approved to provide Home Health and Traumatic Brain Injury services and operate a Home Health Training Program by the NYS Department of Health. • Certified to operate Intermediate Care Facilities, Individualized Residential Alternatives and Community Residences by the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). • Accredited by the American Psychological Association as a training site for pre-doctoral psychology fellows. • Licensed by the Child Care Council of Westchester to provide childcare for school-aged children. • Rated as meeting all standards by the Better Business Bureau of New York. • An affiliate of Compeer, Inc.

SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED 33%

COMMUNITY BASED PROGRAM 22%

WJCS CONTRACTS WITH OR RECEIVES PROGRAM SPECIFIC SUPPORT FROM: • Federal Emergency Management Agency • U.S. Department of Education • U.S. Department of Health & Human Services •U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development

OPERATING SUPPORT AND REVENUE NON-GOVERNMENT FEES AND OTHER 6%

INVESTMENT AND RENTAL INCOME

4%

UJA/FEDERATION 6% CONTRIBUTIONS AND GRANTS 10%

• New York State Department of Health • New York State Office of Children and Family Services • New York State Office of Mental Health • New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities • New York State Office of the Aging • Westchester County Office of the County Executive • Westchester County Board of Legislators • Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health • Westchester County Department of Senior Programs & Services •Westchester County Department of Social Services • Westchester County Department of Probation • Westchester County Office for Women

FEES AND GRANTS FROM GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 73%

• Westchester County Youth Bureau • City of Yonkers Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) • Putnam/Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Education (BOCES)

The complete audited financial statements including related notes and the Lederer, Levine & Associates, LLC opinion as independent auditors, may be obtained by writing to Westchester Jewish Community Services, 845 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603 or to the New York State Department of Law, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.

• The School Districts of Chappaqua, Briarcliff, Harrison, Mt. Vernon, New Rochelle, Ossining, Peekskill, Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow, White Plains and Yonkers • Town of Cortlandt

WJCS has met all standards of the Better Business Bureau Philanthropic Advisory Service and is listed in the New York Giving Guide. Our IRS Form 990 can be accessed by going to:

www.wjcs.com/financial990

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FRIENDS & SUPPORTERS Donations and grants from our many friends and supporters and collaborations with other human service providers enable WJCS to offer exceptional programs and services for people throughout Westchester. We are especially grateful to our Board of Directors, volunteers, UJA-Federation of New York, foundations, individuals and government agencies for their ongoing assistance. Listed below are those who have generously donated to WJCS from January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. We try to assure that all contributors are included in this listing and sincerely regret any inadvertent omissions or errors. Elie Abemayor Valerie and Steve Abrahams Ronald Abramson Susan Ackerman Clifford and Tina Adler Joshua and Leslie Adler Sarah Adolphson Mike Aguilera Anne Alben Nancy Albertson Louise Albin and Susan Cohen John and Nancy Alderman Meri Alexander Stuart and Lisa Alperin David and Leslie Alpert Norman and Jane Alpert Carol Altarescu Adrienne and Bradley Altman Joyce Altman Jessica and Mark Anfang Kent Anker Diane and Anthony Antonucci Fran and Gerry Antell Michel and Abby Araten Joel and Leanne Arnow Dana Asher Joumana and Joseph Astrologo David Auerbach Sandra Aufrichtig Joy and Avraham Avidan David Baiz Laurie Ballantoni Eric Balzer Carrie and Andrew Bank Ellen Barlis Dr. Tara Barrie Jami Barzelatto Janet and Johnathan Barzilay Clay Bassett Rosemarie Bastone and Theresa Bastone Alan and Jane Batkin Maria Battista Rhea Baum Shari and Arnie Baum Caroline Bauman Ruthann and David Beckerman Shari and Joel Beckman Rebecca Belford Maxine Bellus Froma and Andrew Benerofe Mark and Helena Benerofe Idie Benjamin Nancy and David Berdon Greta Berenbaum Samuel and Trisanne Berger Wendy and Howard Berk Alan and Elisabeth Ehrich Berkeley William and Ronit Berkman Peter and Phyllis Berland Milton and Jena Berlinski Beth and Roger Berman Jeffrey and Elizabeth Berman Brett and Lori Bernstein Daniel Bernstein

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Nadia Bernstein Brenda Berry David Besancon Betsy Bernstein and Keith Satter Lisa and Mark Bezos Carole and Richard Bieber Mark and Tracey Bilski Gertrude and Aaron Binder Tracy and Ted Birkhahn Cheryl Birnbaum and Lyle Liberman Amy and Eric Bitterman Elise Black Jordan Black Frederic Bloch Barbara Block Charles and Brenda Block Eileen and Jay Bloom Mariquita and Matthew Blumberg Karen and David Blumenthal Renee Blumenthal Betsy and Nat Bohrer Bonnie and Scott Boilen Jodi Boockvar Lynn Borck Geraldine and Stephen Borkan Anita and Randall Borkenstein Sarah Shonbron Bowen Teresa and Michael Brady Maria and Jacques Brand Andrea and John Brandt Kathy and James Brandt Vivienne Barr-Braun and Perry Braun Barbara Bravman Diane Brawarsky Eileen Breakstone Julie and Warren Breakstone Lisa Breakstone Joanne and Jon Brecker Cheryl and Joel Breitkopf Barbara Brennan Candace Brennan Barbara Fastenberg and Richard Brescia Brittany Harris and Scott Willig Lori and Jeffrey Brodsky Christian Brotea Elizabeth Brown Howard Brown Sharon Brown James Brownold Jacqueline Bruskin Harris Brustein, M.D. Madelyn Bucksbaum Joy and Steve Bunson Cheryl and David Bunzel Aimee Burstein and Joel Feerst Alissa and Seth Butterfass Barbara Byington Jane Cahn Lori and Michael Calamari Marissa Caltabilota Camilla Jantke-Chiappari and Ted Chiappari GE United Way Campaign Terry Campbell

Heidi and Peter Candell Beth and Donald Capelin Michael and Nancy Cardozo Ann Carmel and Rabbi Daniel Wolk Marlene Cartaina Robert Castellano Donald Cecil Carole and Ronald Chaimowitz Stephen and Deborah Chapin Charles Hertzig Foundation Sharon and Howard Charles Maxene Chassin Charles Chernick Phillip Chonigman Craig Cichy Joanne and Barry Citrin Fran Civita Fred and Joyce Claar Gary Claar and Lois Kohn-Claar Charlotte Cobbs Connie Cohen Deborah and Yoram Cohen Deena Cohen Deirdre Cohen Estelle Cohen Herbert Cohen Howard Cohen Iris Cohen and Mark Selinger Karen and Raymond Cohen Libby and Richard Cohen Lisa Cohen Lisa Melmed Cohen and Steven Cohen Louise and Robert Cohen Marsha Cohen Richard and Emily Cohen Rosalyn Cohen Stephanie and Charles Cohen Amanda and Nathaniel Cohn Carol and Herbert Corbin Alice and Louis Corti Jordana Cotton Alison and Ellis Cousens Lisa Covey David Cowan Edward Cowle Sara Cremins Scott and Ilene Crocco Lester and Toby Crystal Nora Cullen Greg and Anna Cuneo Jackie Cutler Andrea Dabbar Mark Daley Teri Daley Electra and Rocco Damato Julie Danan Selma Daner Scott Dann Phil and Betsy Darivoff Christopher Darnell and Julie Byer Darnell Peggy and Russell DaSilva Anne Davis Kimberly Davis Ilene and Irwin Davison

Alexander De Ocampo Robin and Paul Dickstein Shari and Barry Dinaburg Jenny and David Dinoffer Laurie and Ellis Disick Laurence and Gail Dobosh Arlene and Avrom Doft Judy Dolgin Diane and Earl Doppelt Leslie and Mitchell Dorf Wendy and Robert Dorf Peter Doyle Joy D’Silva Ilene Dulman Michael Duncanson Joanne Dunphy Michael and Patricia Dweck Edythe and Joseph Dehaen Tova and Barry Effron Jill and Daniel Efron Michele Egan Barbara and Robert Ehudin Shelley and Steven Einhorn Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg Stephen and Lisa Eisenstein Lynmarie and Thomas Ertz Elise Kamen and Steven Grossblatt Ellen Biblowitz and Richard Cohn Jeffrey and Audrey Elliott Anne and Mark Ellman Michele Elyachar Todd and Hillary Emmerman Erica and Lawrence Epstein Jacqueline and Hyman Escava Debra Ezratty Raif and Elena Ezratty Robert and Margaret Fagenson Ruth and Fred Fahrbach Jodi and Bruce Falbaum Linda Falk Eileen and Steve Farbman Debbie and Paul Farfel Beth and Michael Fascitelli Shari Feig Deborah Fein Minda Feinberg Susan Feir Andrew and Mindy Feldman Frederick and Naomi Feldman Susan Feldman Andrew Feldstein and Jane Veron Rich and Pat Fenton Hal and Nina Fetner Sabrina and Jeffrey Fiddelman Duane and Joanne Fiedler Gail Fieldston Lisa and Ross Fieldston Judy and Steven Fink Rosalind Finkel Phyllis and Frank Finkelstein Brian Finn, DDS Jan and David Fisher Roberta and Robert Fisher Victoria Fisher Gregg Lerner and Joan Fishman

Tara Fishler Elise and Noel Flagg Avi Flax Thomas and Meira Fleisch Karen and John Flinter Dorothy Fox Mark and Amy Frank Norman and Esther Freedman Rachel Freedman Rabbi Richard Jacobs and Susan Freedman Bruce and Dana Freyer Wendy Frieder Sheila and Robert Friedland Alana Friedman Carol and Gary Freidman Edward and Karen Friedman Michelle Friedman Arielle and Abraham Friedtanzer Adam and Janie Frieman Rosele and Daniel Frishwasser Sue and Kenneth Fuirst Danielle Gach Judith Galina Meredith Garmon Stephanie Garry Jay and Laurie Gates Peter and Bonnie Gatof Michael and Lauren Gaviser Gayle and Alan Grupp Ellen and Moshe Gelboim Brian and Simone Gell Debra Geller Michael Geringer Joseph and Lisa Germano Ruth Gershaon Lisa Gershon Richard and Linda Gesoff Helene Getz Evan Gevarter Robin and Robert Gibson David and Judith Gilberg Elaine Gilberg Alan Ginsberg Samuel and Joan Ginsburg Joan Gips Stephen and Laurie Girsky Steven Silverman and Melissa Gitelman Debby and David Glasser Patricia Gleason Allan and Marilyn Glick Elissa and Jonathan Glickman James and Elaine Glover Mildred Godfrey Lauren Gold and Corey Laing Elana Gold Janet and Sandy Gold Jenny Goldban Deborah and Jack Goldberg Geraldine Goldberg Lisa and Michael Goldberg Myra and Bart Goldberg Starr and Stanley Goldberg Emily Golden Jeffrey and Susan Goldenberg Mathilda Goldenberg-Abler Lester Goldfischer Brad, Cimone, and Sydney Goldman Jessica Goldman Patricia Goldman Rabbi Michael Goldman Sue Ellen and Peter Goldman DelRene Goldsmith Nori Goldsmith Wayne Goldstein and Tara Slone-Goldstein

Mark and Shelley Goldwasser Bennett and Cindy Golub Bennett and Meg Goodman Doris Goodman Gary Gordon and Jamie Beck Gordon Robert and Millie Gordon Antoinette Goss Debbie and Bob Gottlieb Michah Gottlieb Robin and Scott Gottlieb Wendy Goulston Carole Graham Yvette and Larry Gralla Helene and Richard Gray Judy Greenberg Marilyn Greenberg Myrna and Steve Greenberg Diane and Marc Greenwald Troy Gregory Jonna Grimsby Susan and Daniel Groner Alan Grotenstein and Susan Kronish Grotenstein Steven and Elizabeth Gruber Jack and Sandy Gruenberg Lynn and Steven Gruenstein Adaria Gurinsky Nina and Ray Gustin Cesar and Karin Guzman Brenda Haas Kathy Halas Philip and Lyn Halper Lauren and Alan Halperin Elly and Steve Hammerman Alice Hand Brian Hand David Hariton Edward and Donna Harley Audrey and Jerry Harnik Lily Harrington Daniel and Barbara Harrison Janice and Adrian Hartman Marc Hartzman Ronald and Vicki Hauben Mark and Karen Hauser Nancy Hawkins Joan Haywood Naomi and Jeffrey Heftler Cindy and Randy Heller Sheri and Ronald Hellman Barbara Morgen and Eric Hemel Diane and John Herfort Kurt and Lenore Herrmann Victor and Yvette Hershaft Stephen Herzberg, D.D.S., P.C. Carol Hillman Lisa Hill-Ries Blanca Hirani Yuki Hirose Lisa Hodes Dana and Michael Hokin Ellen and Jacob Hollander David and Ellen Horing Allison and Mitch Horowitz Amy Horowitz Barbara and David Horowitz Dacia Horowitz Houlihan Lawrence Jill and Rick Hyman Roxann Intriligator Richard and Anita Abraham-Inz Nili and Nathan Ionascu Paul and Karen Isaac Stanley Josephson and Rita Jackaway Freedman Elizabeth and Charles Jacobs

Larry Jacobs Lynn and William Jacobs Susan and Douglas Jacobs Liz and Alan Jaffe Stephanie Janowitz Peter and Eve Jaskow Jayne Lipman and Robert Goodman Jim Greenberg and Jane Levy Dennis Jobin Jeffrey and Stacey Kach Marc Kalikow Marc and Hannah Kalikow Rhonda and Kalvin Kamien Andrea Kaminsky Steve and Michelle Kanner Nancy and Adam Kansler Laurence and Sheila Kantor Meryl Kantro Barbara Lewis Kaplan Barry and Rikki Kaplan Francine and Robert Kaplan Kenneth and Alisa Alpert Kaplan Samuel Kaplan Randye Kaplan and Gerald Blitstein Sherri and Marc Kaplan Patty and Michael Kaplowitz Audrey and Jeffrey Kapner Tom and Mary Jane Karger Betsy Weiser and Eric Karp Dan and Juli Karson Leslie and Richard Kaskel David Kasman Abby Kass Zev Kass Loryn and Michael Kass Tila and Gunvantrai Kathrani Bernard Katz and Co., P.C. Diane and Gary Katz Gary and Leslye Katz Georgia Katz Mitchell and Rachel Katz Paula and Eric Katz Caryn Kauffman Mary and Gary Kauffman Joanna Kaufman Linda and Steven Kaufman Richard and Rosalind Fuchsberg Kaufman Rita Kaufman Beth and Gene Kava Kenneth and Robin Kay Bruce and Sarah Kayle Lynn and Martin Keltz Michael and Lois Kempler Doris Kempner Sharon and Thomas Kennedy Steve and Barbara Kessler Robert Kestenbaum Ashley Kiley-LaRoche Bernie and Judith Kimberg Kevin Kirk Ira and Emily Kirschenbaum Ruth Kirschner Shelly and Howard Kivell Randi and Adam Klaber Elyse Mall Klayman and Barry Klayman Bettina and Michael Klein Phyllis and Harvey Klein Rachel Klein Neil Klein and Susanne Jones Laura and David Kleinhandler Penney and Gerry Klingman Richard and Nora Klion-Wolloch Robert Koch Talia Kolasinski Arlene and Stuart Kolbert

Mark Koller Mark and Cathy Kolovson Kevah and Michele Konner James and Meredith Kornreich Monica and Rod Kosann Denise and Jeffrey Koslowsky Ira Kotler Marvin Krasnow Nina and Jeffrey Kravetz Stephanie Kreismann Eleanor Krieger Gayle Krivelow Michelle Kroin Jules and Lynn Kroll Lois Kroll Anne Krupman Mona and James Kunen Norman and Kim Kurlan Debra Kurtz Scott and Tyana Kurtz Kurz Family Foundation Irwin Labadorf Thomas and Karen Lalli Alan and Linda Landis Amy and Scott Landis Sidney and Ruth Lapidus Laurel Coben and Travis Epes Myles Lavelle Howard and Ellen Lazarus Mark and Silvia Lederman Ilda and Charles Lee Steven and Clarissa Lefkowitz Peter and Eileen Lehrer Suzanne Lehrer Dennis Leibowitz Erika and Max Leifer Richard Leiner Elsa Lekovic Peter and Patricia Lemp Elaine Lerner Richard and Donna Leroy Lesley and Neal Milch Leslie and Peter Gwilym Andrew and Leslie Lester Sally Leung Joele Levenson Stephanie and Paul Levesque Andrew Levin Frank Levin Leslie Effron Levin and Jason Levin Susanna Levin Jay and Tammy Levine Joel Levine Linda and Walter Levine Marjorie and Michael Levine Sandee Levinson Diane and Irwin Levy Lawrence and Diane Levy Sarah Lewen Susan and Barry Lewen Meryl Lewis Paul and Ellen Lewis Bill and Gloria Lewit Genette and Bruce Lieb Linda Lieberman Amy Lief Amy and Frank Linde Yvonne Lindsay Jill Lipsay Diane and Don Lombardi Marc London Robert Lott Michael Lowenstein Andrew Lubliner Victoria Lusk Duygu Magnisalis

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Jennifer and Tobey Maguire Valerie Malsch Vanessa and Mark Mandel Susan and Seth Mandelbaum Deane and Abbe Marcus Nancy and Lawrence Marcus Elizabeth Marcuse Cookie and Harris Markhoff Steve and Debby Markowitz Maxine and Stephen Marks Stephanie and Alan Marquesano Kevin and Susan Marrinan Craig Marshall Vera Mastey Bernard and Barbara Masur Helene and Daniel Mathisson Dorothy and Bob Matza Alex and Karen Mauskop Margaret and Aldo Mazzaferro Karen McCabe Eleanor and Robert McAllister Miriam Dinoffer and Paul McCann Rosemary McClare Doris and Paul McCormick Kartherine McLoughlin James Meeder Bonnie Mendel Abby and Bruce Mendelsohn Alan and Monique Mensch Robert and Reggi Mensch Mercel Meredith Carol Richards Mermey and Steven Mermey Susan and Lawrence Merson Eric and Hillary Messer Lisa Messinger and Aaron Panken Joan Messner Janet and Steve Meyers Kim and Evan Meyers Penny Goldsmith and Bob Meyerson Nancy and David Michaels Margot and Daniel Milberg Luisa and Bernard Milch Esther Mildner Robert and Beverly Milich Berenice Miller Jill Miller Kenneth and Teena Miller Laura Miller Lois Frischling and Gerald Miller Lori Miller Morgan and Marjorie Miller Robyn and Todd Miller Barbara and Neil Millstein Sara Meiner Minetti Wilfred and Arlene Minkin Sam Minnitti Miriam Minor Jane Mittler Marcy Modica Robert and Laura Mogil Christina and John Montgomery Carol Morabito Karen Ganz and Joe Morein Marion Morgenthal and Lance Lynford Sharon and Colin Morris Tamara Morsel Donald Fleishaker and Judith Moschera Robert Mucci Melissa Mulrooney Margarita Munoz-Dummit Shannon Murphy Melissa Myer Robin Nack Peter Berke and Amy Nadal

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Tracy Naden Mindy Nagorsky Israel Liane Nelson and Todd Gagne Mark and Lisa Neporent Arlene and Jay Neveloff Craig and Susan Newman Elysa Newman Ira and Liza Newman Rita Newman Merrily Newton Kathleen and Edmund Nitz Ira and Helen Nordlicht Lauren and Craig Nossel Janet and Kenny Nova Barbara Novak Steven and Dayna Novenstein Jaimee Oberfest Daniel and Jane Och Kristine and Mario Occhicone Mark O’Connell Herbert and Judy Oestreich Rosalind and David Ogulnick Joan Ollar Ronald Ongaro Barbara and Lawrence Orans Ivonne Orellana Caryl Orlando Joan Pachner Raymond Markowitz and Natalie Packel Jonathan Packer Sharon and David Parker Lisa and Robert Patchen Randy and Laurie Pearlman Rachel Peck Enjoli Pennamon Sondra and David Peretz Sally Perr Andrew and Julie Peskoe Guido Petra Nancy and Stephen Petscheck-Kohn Elaine and Charles Petschek Irving and Sharon Picard Michael Picheny and Barbara Bolshon Jeffrey and Hillary Plattus Seth and Linda Plattus Eva Platzner Marlies Wolf Plotnik Shari and Mark Pochapin Thomas Pohlmann Carol Polansky-Holt Deborah and Alan Polinsky Bina Polishook Jennifer Posen Caryl and Peter Poser Elaine Powell Allen Prenner Tina and Steven Price Alix and Steven Prince Rabbi Dina Shargel and David Projansky David Prussin Sheila Rabideau Donna and David Rabin Maidad and Ellen Rabina Julie Rabinowitz Erika and Anthony Radin Andrea Randolph Lynn Rappaport Bonnie and Martin Ratner Selina Regan Molineaux Marion and George Rehl Rita Reich Geralynn Reifer Jessica Reinmann Robert and Toby Reisman

Sue Resnick Ellen, Frank, and Maggie Ress Mitchell and Susan Reuben Michelle Rhone-Collins Karen and Chris Riback Joseph Riccio Dina Rich Arlene Richards Neil Rimsky and Marilyn Kneller-Rimsky Elayne Riskin Milagros Rivera William and Patricia Robbins Andrea and Calvin Roberts Frederick Robin and Amy Harrison Robin David and Kyra Robinov Noah and Julie Rockowitz Laurabeth and Rand Rodgers Andrew and Lisa Rodman Rachel Roginsky Aran Ron Ronald and Karen Rosbruch Ann and Michael Rosen Cheryl Rosen Daniel Rosen Felicia Rosen Gail Rosen Ilene Rosen Joan and Seth Rosen Richard and Phyllis Rosen Loretta and Richard Rosenbaum Sandra and Dan Rosenbaum Suzanne and Michael Rosenberg Wendy and Alan Rosenberg Yael and Sandy Rosenberg Daniela and Andrew Rosenblatt Lillian Rosenblatt Michael Rosenblut and Hedy Cardozo Eric and Fran Rosenfeld Elizabeth and William Rosenstadt Harvey Rosenthal Chuck and Stacy Rosenzweig Mary and David Rosewater Michele Ross Nina and Ivan Ross Pnina Ross Deborah and Warren Roth Edie and Rick Roth Eric Roth Eric and Laurie Roth Randi Roth Ronni Roth Stephanie and Brad Roth Jeff and Denise Rothberg Michael and Diana Rothenberg Joan and Howard Rothman Robert and Amy Rothman Rosalind Rothman Mark Ressler and Illisa Rothschild Florence Rothstein Kathy Rubenstein Steven and Amy Rubenstein Ellen and Harold Rubin Pam and Neil Rubin Jennifer Jaech and Steve Rubinstein Jeanne and Robert Rudell Donald Rudnick Jeffrey Rudnick Stuart Rudnick and Rosey Berman Rudnick J. Morgan and Tara Rutman Valerie Ryan Celia Sachs Geraldine Keyes and Michael Safran Judy and Kenneth Sagat

Robert and Ellen Salant Richard and Betty Saltzman Abby and David Salzman Samuel and Mollie Jemal Foundation Benita and Craig Samuels Cynthia and Marc Samwick Neil and Wendy Sandler David and Amy Sass George and Phyllis Saul Ben and Hollis Sax Mae and Robert Scheff Michael and Carol Scheffler Elise Schepp Jonathan and Brenda Scher Robert and Amy Scher Kara Schissler Robin Schlaff Nancy Dyer and Rita Schmidt Church Street School Terry Schoor Rhonda and Seymour Schreiber Carolyn and Adam Schrier Adam Schur Stanley and Ruth Schuster Ellen Greenebaum and Simeon Schwartz Lori and Steven Schwartz Nancy and Ted Schwartz Iris and Leland Scopp Andrea and James Scott-Ram Thalia and Alan Segal Neal and Barbara Seiden Arlene and Bob Seidenberg Phyllis and Ivan Seidenberg Blair and Evelyn Selber Beth Siegel and Pat Myron Janet and Isaiah Seligman Gloria Fields and Andrew Seligson Jennifer and Cliff Seltzer Jill and Robert Serling Rebecca Setarehshenas Michael and Leah Sevi Uri and Beth Shabto Leah and Chad Shandler Neil and Ivy Shapiro Rhoda and Richard Shapiro Eugenie and Bernard Sharp Jacqueline and Henry Shaub Beth and David Shaw Karen and Ronald Shaw Natalie and Howard Shawn Lucyna and Dan Shefter Sheldon Tashman, Esq. Lisa and Yoram Shemesh Julie Sheppe Leonard Sherman David and Holly Sherr Shira and David Weinstein Ruth Shire Catharine and William Shirley Judith and Bertram Shlensky Sarah Shmul Melissa Shokrian C. Daniel Shulman Mindy and Steve Shulman Shirley and Hymie Shwiel David Thomas and William Siburn Marlene Siegel Andrea and Daniel Sieger Arlette and Stuart Sieger Renecca Sigman David Silberman Carol Silverman Harold Silverman and Irene Kohn Randi Silverman Wendi Silverman

Stephanie Simon Michele and Robert Simpson Cecile Singer Amy and Frank Siniscalchi Valerie Sirani Naomi Siwek Diana Sklar Jane and Kenneth Slevin Wendy and Adam Slutsky Brennen Small Smile Cleaners Mary and Ed Smith Karen Sobel Rob and Karen Sobel Alexander and Roberta Socolof Beth and Andrew Sokol Sharon Kevy and Craig Solar Edward and Jennifer Solari George and Barbara Sommerfeld Jocelyn and Scott Sontag Arthur Glauberman and Judith Spanier Charlotte Sperling Edward and Donna Spiegel Jonathan and Jane Spiegel Lee and Stephanie Spiegel Paul and Ann Spindel Allison Spitalny Frank Spitalny and Myra Kramer Richard Spitz Chris and Meg Stackpole Anne and Mitchell Stafman Brenda Starr Robert and Amy Stavis Mitzi Tanouchi Stein Pamela and Jon Stein Ruth Stein Suzi and Gary Stein Irene and Bruce Steinberg Meredith Steinberg and Benjamin Oshlag Nancy and Richard Steinberg Mara and Brandon Steiner Brian and Jill Steinhause Stella and Blaec Von Kalweit Stephanie and Andrew Falk Nancy Stephens Tyson Stephens David and Dianne Stern Dr. Jack and Judy Stern Jacob and Deborah Stern Linda Stern Roy Stillman Susan and Andy Stillman Julie and David Stonberg Edward and Irit Stoppelman Dawn and Rob Struzzi Stuart Kesner Alison Stuebe Elizabeth and Mike Stuntz Zach Suchin Gayl and Sam Suede Thomas Sullivan Thomas and Pearl Sullivan Bob and Ellen Sunness Marc and Harriet Suvall Ruth and Andrew Suzman Judy Tainsky Lisa Tane Elissa Tauber Barbara Taylor Joanne Taylor Lynn and Benjamin Tepper Ellen and Joseph Tessitore Fern and Lenard Tessler Harvey and Marsha Tessler Stephanie and Corey Tessler

LaShaunda Thomas Stephanie Thompson Leslie Thrope Suzanne Seiden and Kevin Thurm Ann and Andrew Tisch Ellen and Harris Tobias Ann Toffel Abby and Gaby Tolchinsky Jill Toneatto Maria Torres Westchester Toyota Alan and Lynn Trager Stephanie and Roger Traub Drs. Eric and Ruth Treiber Eliana Tretiak Amy Kohn and Rabbi Gordon Tucker Neil and Mindy Tucker Susan Tulchin Harris Turkel Ruth Tyler Elizabeth Tzetzo Elisabeth Bassin and Douglas Ulene Yas and Betsy Usami Beth and Natan Vaisman Joanna Vandenberg Claire Vella Alexis and Louis Ventre Maite Wagstaff Rochelle and Josh Waldman Jennet Walker Abby and Steve Wallach Ilisa Wallach and Meir Salama Jonathan Wallen Walter & Samuels Inc. Anne Meltzer and Frederick Wang Amanda Warner Jacqui Wasserberger Rabbi Pamela Wax Joyce Wechsler Adele Weinberg Edwin Weinberg and Lesley Levine William and Franne Manne Weinberg Herbert Weiner Mark A. Weingarten Caryl and Gilbert Weinstein Leonard and Selvia Weinstein Barry and Susan Weisfeld Jill and Bruce Weisfeld Ari and Lauren Weisfelner Andrea and Loren Weiss Heidi and Michael Weiss Joelle Weiss Monica Weiss Sandy and Ken Weissberg Mara and Richard Weissmann Ben, Linda and Steven Wetchler Pam and Bruce Wexler Elinor and Paul Wharton Lisa White Sandra and Harold Wicker Joan Wiener Robert and Sherry Wiener Gail and Nathan Wiesenfeld Florence Wigler Rob Wilber Garfunkel Wild, P.C. Graham Windham Helene Winston Sherry Winter Samson and Jodi Wiseman Joel and Evie Wolfson Michael and Abby Wolk Carolyn and Andrew Wright Mark Wu and Sharon Bassette Wu Beth and Nick Wyman Jonathan and Ellen Wynn

Melissa Yanis-Grand Suzanne and Andrew Yearley Ann and Frederic Yerman Debbie and Steven Young Seth Young Elly Zabb Karen and Tyler Zachem Beth Zadek and Joph Steckel Glyn Zarnin Trust Joseph and Nancy Zaro Caren and Steven Zelicof Steve and Joy Zelin William and Marilyn Zelman Nicola and Denis Ziman Marion and Robert Zinman Antoinette and Lawrence Zinzi Dana Ziogas Dina and Joseph Zito Sharon Zoffness Jeremy Zucker - Keller Williams

BUSINESSES AND FOUNDATIONS American Express Company Arnold Bortman Family Foundation Arthur Gallagher & Co. Ayco | A Goldman Sachs Company Bank of America Employee Giving Campaign Beth El Synagogue Center of New Rochelle Sisterhood Bezos Family Foundation Black Bear Studios LLC Brae Burn Country Club, Inc. Broadridge Foundation Christ Church Bronxville Church of St. James The Less Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company Community Synagogue of Rye Congregation Emanu-el of Westchester - Rye Congregation Sons of Israel Copies Unlimited Copyfax Office Centers, Inc. Cuddy & Feder, LLP Danzinger & Markhoff LLP Designs That Donate LLC Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Drain Kleen Sewer Service, Inc. Edith Glick Shoolman Children’s Foundation Fashion Republic, Inc. Fortunoff Backyard Store / Furniture Concepts LLC George, Joan & Jack Shuster Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program Greenberg Traurig LLP Harry Donenfeld Foundation Inc. Heyman Family Fund Houlihan Lawrence House of Flowers I.W. Foundation, Inc. IBM Employees Innerspace Electronics Inc. ISJ Management Corporation James Lee Foundation Inc. JBFCS JCCA Jean & Henry Pollak Fund, Inc. Jill E. Solomon Charitable Foundation JK Media LP Joan and Leon Meyers Foundation Junior League of Westchester On the Sound

Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Kwitman Family Foundation Inc. Lederer Levine & Assoc., LLC. Loftex USA Lord & Taylor Manny’s Girl Maple Eye and Laser Opthalmology, P.C. Marcum LLP MasterCard International Mayers & Nakisbendi Dental Assoc., PLLC MBIA Foundation McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt, LLP Mclaughlin & Stern LLP. Mercedes-Benz of New Rochelle Metropolis Country Club Inc. Foundation Michael Sokoloff DDS, PLLC My Tribute Gift Foundation New York Presbyterian Hospital Westchester Division Norbert & Henry Bratt Charitable Trust Norger Foundation Nu-Way Cleaners & Tailors of Westchester, Inc. Old Oaks Country Club Open High Field MRI & CT of Westchester Pam Eisinger Zaslav and David Zaslav Family Foundation Parent-Child Home Program, Inc. National Center Pepsico Foundation POINT Family & Friends POINT Program Prideworks Inc. Reel Life Productions Rye Presbyterian Church Scarsdale Congregational Church Guild Scarsdale Pediatric Dental Scott and Susan Davidson Foundation Inc. St. Faith’s House Foundation Sucherman Consulting Group, Inc. Summit Realty MGMT, LLC Taft Foundation Temple Israel Center of White Plains The Anna Goldie Charitable Trust The Dammann Fund, Inc. The Frog Rock Foundation The GE Foundation The Gettinger Family Foundation The Goldstone Fund, Inc. The Hartford The Markham Group The Mildred Arcadipane Foundation The New Kalman Sunshine Fund The Rosalie Katz Family LLC The Sexauer Foundation The Sloman Foundation, Inc. The Stuart and Harriet Levine Family Fund The TJX Foundation, Inc. The Westchester Bank Theodore & Renee Weiler Fdn. Transamerica Retirement Solutions Transatlantic Reinsurance UJA Federation Scarsdale Women’s Group United Way of Westchester & Putnam Westchester Community Foundation Westchester Reform Temple WESTMED Practicing Partners White Plains Chiropractic Wellness PLLC Woodlands Community Temple

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PROGRAMS Academic and Career Support Adult basic education, TASC (formerly GED) prep and job readiness skills for women, 965-9140

Community Relations/ Public Affairs Publicity, community relations, grants management, 761-0600 x343

Adult Care Management Community-based care management for adults with chronic health conditions, 237-6089 x23

COMPEER Volunteer matches for adults recovering from mental illness, 761-0600 x208

Amazing Afternoons After-School Academy After-school educational support and enrichment, 699-5296 see also Off the Street

Career>Connect Employment Services Resources and support for Jewish job seekers, 761-0600 x170

Autism Center Advocacy, support groups, resources for children, adults and families, 761-0600 x228 Building Better Beginnings Mental health consulting services to daycare centers and Head Start programs, 595-0041 Bereavement Services Assisting those coping with the loss of a loved one, 761-0600 x142 Cash Relief Financial assistance to those in need, 761-0600 x232 Center for Jewish Programs Counseling, support and spiritual programs to the Jewish community, 761-0600 x140 Center Lane Community center, resources and support for LGBTQ youth, White Plains & Yonkers, 423-0610 Child Sexual Abuse Treatment Program Treatment for children and adult survivors of sexual abuse, 949-7699 x475 Community Habilitation Services Essential life-skills training to individuals in the POINT program, 761-0600 x126 Community Programs for ID/DD Homes for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout Westchester, 761-0600 x108

CORDD Crisis support to families in nonlife threatening situations with children or adults with autism or developmental disabilities, 949-7699 x455 Counseling for People with Developmental Disabilities Mental health services for people and families with developmental disabilities, 949-7699 x455 Court Assessment Program Professional evaluations for use by the legal system, 949-7699 x452 Cross Systems Unit A collaboration with DSS to assist families seeking Family Court help, 316-9824 Development Department Oversees agency fundraising, 761-0600 x219 Educational Institute Professional training for agency staff, other professionals and the community, 949-7699 x474 Emergency Food Pantry Food supplies funded by contributions from synagogues, organizations, 761-0600 x312 Family Matters Mental health services, case management to youth with serious emotional disturbance, 237-6089 Geriatric Care Management Comprehensive services for seniors and living options, 761-0600 x340 Geriatric Information and Referral Provides information on programs, services, benefits for seniors, 761-0600 x340

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Geriatric Mental Health Services Mental health and case management services for seniors, 949-7699 x429

Jewish Poverty Outreach Case management, financial assistance to individuals and families, 949-7699 x404

Graham Elementary School Mental Health Satellite Clinic In-school therapeutic and related services for children with mental health concerns, 358-2800

Juvenile Fire-Setting Evaluation and Treatment Program Assessments of children at risk of fire-setting, education for parents and the community, 237-6089

Hartsdale Family Mental Health Center Counseling, psychiatric and specialty services in clinic setting, 949-6761 or 949-7699

Juveniles Starting Over Treatment and assessment of youth with problematic sexual behavior, 949-7699 x463

Havorah Program Jewish traditional and holiday celebrations for people with developmental disabilities, 761-0600 x140 Healthy Relationships & Sexuality Groups and sexuality consents for young adults with autism and developmental disabilities, 949-7699 x455 Holocaust Program •Groups for Holocaust survivors’ families, 949-7699 x541 • S ubsidized home health care, 761-0600 x232 Home Health Aide Training Training and certification for personal care and home health aides, 761-0600 x311 Home Health Services of WJCS Accredited, NYS-licensed home care agency serving Westchester and the Bronx, 761-0600 x339 HOSTOS Micro Society Elementary School Satellite Clinic In-school therapeutic and related services for children with mental health concerns, 376-8174 Hudson Valley Community Services Clinic Satellite Mental health services to people with AIDS or HIV and families, 785-8293 Infant-Toddler Learning Center Parenting education and children’s early learning, 965-9140 x14 Jewish Spiritual Healing Center Programs and opportunities for solace through Jewish traditions, 761-0600 x149

K.I.C.S. (Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School Satellite Clinic) In-school therapeutic and related services for children with mental health concerns, 376-8174 Kids’ Kloset Collects, distributes donated clothing items to children in need, 831-7616 Learning Center, The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Educational services for individuals with learning challenges, 949-7699 x464 Life Skills Training with iPads for high school teens with autism, 949-7699 x455 Linkages/Youth Success Mental health assessment and support for youth in the probation system, 813-7929 Livable Communities Project Helps seniors remain in their homes and communities, 761-0600 x314 Margaret’s Place In-school violence prevention/ intervention in partnership with Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation, 949-7699 x473 • Cross Hill Academy, Yonkers • Peekskill Middle School, Peekskill • Pelham Middle School, Pelham • White Plains High School, White Plains

Mental Health Guiding Parents through Services (GPS) Connects Jewish families to behavioral health services for children, 761-0600 x318

Project SEED Helps synagogue nursery school teachers support children’s emotional development, 761-0600 x146

Moving Forward Social club for adults with developmental disabilities, 949-7699 x455

Project Time-Out Provides respite for caregivers, 761-0600 x310

Mt. Vernon Family Mental Health Clinic Counseling, psychiatric and specialty services in clinic setting, 668-8938 Nursing Home Transition and Diversion Program In-home services for adults eligible for nursing home care, 761-0600 x344 “Off The Street” at Hamilton Elementary School, Mt. Vernon After-school educational support and enrichment program, 668-8938 x307 Parent-Child Home Program/ Parent-Child Center Early learning, parenting skills program with home visits; drop-in center in New Rochelle, 949-7699 x424 Parent Management Training Teaches parents to manage difficult behaviors in children with special needs, 949-7699 x408 Partner Abuse Intervention Program Therapy for adults and children affected by family violence, 949-7699 x471 Partners in Caring Counseling, educational, informational programs to Jewish institutions, 761-0600 x145 Pathways to Care Counseling for people coping with advanced illness or bereavement, 761-0600 x143 Peekskill Family Mental Health Clinic Counseling, psychiatric and specialty services in clinic setting, 737-7338 POINT Program Independent living program for young adults with disabilities, 761-0600 x175 Project Lifesaver Provides locater bracelets for people with autism who may wander, 761-0600 x228

Psychology Externship Training Accredited training program for doctoral candidates, 949-7699 x472 Psychology Internship Training Accredited training program for advanced doctoral students, 949-7699 x455 Residential Housing Person-centered residences for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities • Barker Avenue White Plains, 328-7846 • Beach House Mamaroneck, 835-3581 • Bon Air House New Rochelle, 250-0343 • Bryant House White Plains, 949-5557 • Cannon House Eastchester, 337-7151 • Chai House White Plains, 437-5262 • Claremont Avenue Mt. Vernon, 459-1362 • Claudet House Eastchester, 632-6725 • Gramatan House Mt. Vernon, 237-7093 • Harrison House Harrison, 835-3573 • Hudson Terrace Sleepy Hollow, 332-4891 • Maple House Harrison, 315-6700 • Palmer House Larchmont, 834-0514 • Valdale House Yonkers, 965-0006 S.C.O.P.E.S. Satellite Clinics School-based mental health services for Peekskill schools, • Woodside Elementary School Peekskill, 734-1359 • Oakside Elementary School Peekskill, 737-1591 Senior Programs in Mt. Vernon Social, recreational, educational activities for seniors, 668-4350 Service Coordination for MR/DD Coordinates services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, 761-0600 x138

Shelanu A membership community for young Jewish adults with autism, 949-7699 x404 SIDS Education Program Supports families who have lost a child to SIDS, 761-0600 x142 Social Clubs Provides social and recreational activities for people recovering from mental illness, 528-6995 • Favonian Club: Consumerled social club in Peekskill • Our Social Club: Club for residents of Mohegan Park Home • Sunshine Social Club: For people recovering from mental illness • Grasslands Social Club Social club in Valhalla that teaches life skills, 231-4200 Spectrum Baseball Baseball program for children with autism spectrum disorders, 949-7699 x455 Taft Community Room A space for social and educational activities for youth with developmental disabilities, 358-5001 Therapeutic Social Groups Evidence-based groups for children and teens with autism, 949-7699 x455 Traumatic Brain Injury Program In-home services for adults with brain injuries sustained after 21 years old, 761-0600 x339 Treatment Center for Trauma & Abuse Research-proven treatment services for childhood sexual abuse and trauma, 949-7699 x475

WJCS Vocational and Educational Center A hub for learning and job-skills training for individuals with developmental disabilities, 358-5001 Yonkers Dept. of Social Services Satellite Clinic Crisis intervention and counseling to families involved with DSS, 231-2604 Yonkers Family Mental Health Clinic Counseling, psychiatric and specialty services in clinic setting, 423-4433 Yonkers School-Based Satellite Clinics: In-school therapeutic and related services for children with mental health concerns, • HOSTOS • K.I.C.S • Roosevelt High School • Scholastic Academy • Yonkers School 18 • Yonkers School 5, 376-8174 Young People Achieve In-school pregnancy prevention and intervention for teens • Ossining High School, 762-5760 x2352 • Peekskill High School, 737-0201 x352 • Sleepy Hollow High School, 333-0063 • White Plains High School, 422-5026 Youth Mental Health First Aid Teaches adults to recognize and respond to youth mental health warning signs, 761-0600 x343

VoiceCare Referral service for emergency alert devices and monitoring system, 761-0600 x311 Volunteer Program Recruits and manages volunteers, 761-0600 x222 Whitehill Counseling Service Fee-supported mental health services, 737-7338 x20 Wiener Academy for Young Women Enhances girls’ academic and personal development, 965-9140 WJCS Satellite Clinic @ Hudson River HealthCare Mental health services for children, 965-9771

HEADQUARTERS 845 North Broadway White Plains, NY 10603-2427 914-761-0600; 914-761-5367 (f) [email protected]

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Fast Facts MENTAL HEALTH WJCS, the largest provider of outpatient mental health services in Westchester, offers research-proven treatment to people of all ages struggling with mental health issues.

TRAUMA Through the WJCS Treatment Center for Trauma and Abuse, WJCS addresses the psychological trauma caused by sexual abuse, domestic and community violence and other life circumstances.

INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND AUTISM WJCS helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the life cycle reach their potential, live their lives as independently as possible and enhance their strengths.

CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES WJCS offers programs for children from “cradle to college” guided by expertise in youth development, literacy and learning, parenting, mental health, trauma and violence prevention.

OLDER ADULTS WJCS’ programs for seniors include premium geriatric care management as well as respite, emergency response system and activities to keep them engaged and active in their communities.

HOME CARE Home Health Services of WJCS is a New York State-licensed home care agency that provides the highest-quality services supporting older adults aging in place safely while maintaining independence and preserving their dignity.  

JEWISH PROGRAMS Through the WJCS Center for Jewish Programs, WJCS partners with UJA-Federation, 40 synagogues and other Jewish institutions to provide educational, spiritual, mental health, cultural and social programs.

RESEARCH & TRAINING WJCS’ commitment to research and professional staff training ensures that Westchester residents receive the highest level of care delivered by skilled experts using practices backed by research and data. 

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Westchester Jewish Community Services

845 N. Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603 • 914-761-0600 • [email protected]

www.wjcs.com