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Compendium of Services for WESTCHESTER County

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Westchester County

Kinship

Family Services Society of Yonkers, Inc.

30 South Broadway
Yonkers, NY 10703
(914) 963-5118

Targets children and caregivers in formal or informal kinship relationships to directly provide or link families to case management, financial, legal , medical, housing, mental health counseling, respite activities, youth development, parent education, educational advocacy, and support groups


DV

Hope's Door, Inc.

PO Box 203
Pleasantville, NY 10570
(914) 747-0828

Residential and non-residential services

Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Collaboration: Co-location of Domestic violence (DV) advocate at the CPS office to provide protocol development, case consultation, home visits, cross-training, and jointly work to safety plan for DV victims and their children.


HFNY

Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial, Inc.

30 South Broadway, 7th Floor
Yonkers, NY 10701
(914) 968-1663

HFNY targets expectant parents and parents with an infant less than three months of age who have characteristics that place them at high risk for child abuse or neglect and live in vulnerable communities marked by high rates of poverty, infant mortality, and teen pregnancy. HFNY’s home visitors provide families with support, education, and linkages to community services


DV

Westchester County Office for Women

112 East Post Road, Room 110B
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 995-5972

Non-residential services

Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Collaboration: Co-location of Domestic violence (DV) advocate at the CPS office to provide protocol development, case consultation, home visits, cross-training, and jointly work to safety plan for DV victims and their children.


Trust Fund

WMC-NY, Inc.

100 Woods Road
Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 493-6160

WMC-NY partners with Kaleida Health/Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo to deliver the Safe Babies New York Program statewide. This hospital–based program, educates all parents of newborns prior to discharge from the hospital about the dangers of shaking, how to cope with a crying baby, and safe sleeping practices.


Trust Fund

Prevent Child Abuse NY - Parent Helpline

33 Elk Street, 2nd Floor
Albany, NY 12207
1-800-CHILDREN

Parent Helpline

1-800-CHILDREN (toll free)

(1-800-244-5373)

 

Parent Helpline is an information and referral service for parents, professionals, and others who want to find help and support for families. It is a free, confidential, and multilingual line, available for anyone in New York State.  Services are available 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.  After 10 p.m., you can leave a message with our live answering service and a Helpline Specialist will return your call the following morning.

 

Parent Helpline is a program of Prevent Child Abuse NY

33 Elk Street, 2nd Floor

Albany, NY 12207

info@preventchildabuseny.org

www.preventchildabuseny.org

 


Public / Private Partnership

Julia Dyckman Andrus Memorial, Inc.

1156 North Broadway
Yonkers, NY 10701
914-965-3700

Provide Professional development services for teachers, administrators and support staff in six Mt. Vernon schools. Informed by the Sanctuary Model and focused on mental health and behavioral strategies. Involves workshops, in-school technical support and family engagement.


Public / Private Partnership

Westchester Jewish Community Services, Inc.

845 Broadway, Suite 2
White Plains, NY 10603
914-761-0600

Enhancement of existing Parent-Child Home Program adapted for child care providers.


Trust Fund

Family Services of Westchester, Inc.

9W Prospect Avenue, Suite 309
Mount Vernon, NY 10550
(914) 668-9124

Program will target seniors over 60 at risk of abuse by family members and provide support services, case management and community coordination and training.


DV

My Sister's Place

1 Water Street, 3rd Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 683-1333

Residential and non-residential services

Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Collaboration: Co-location of Domestic violence (DV) advocate at the CPS office to provide protocol development, case consultation, home visits, cross-training, and jointly work to safety plan for DV victims and their children.


Trust Fund

Westchester Jewish Community Services, Inc. / Treatment Center for Trauma and Abuse

845 Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603
914-761-0600

Services to support parents and their children ages 3-6 who experience domestic violence by providing comprehensive case management, home-visiting, access to evidence-based trauma-informed mental health treatment, and a host of recreational, social and other supportive resources to build protective factors and increase child safety.


Kinship

Kinship Navigator Program Catholic Family Center

30N Clinton Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604
877-454-6464

Kinship Navigator Program
Catholic Family Center
30N Clinton Avenue
Rochester, New York 14604
www.nysnavigator.org
877-454-6463 (toll free)
585-232-1840 x4028

Assists Kinship caregivers, and children in their care, in gaining access to information and community support services. Any caregiver residing in the State is able to utilize the toll-free phone line or website to identify Kinship care related services in their home locale. In addition, Kinship specialists are available to assess caregiver needs and develop a plan of action.
 


DV

Putnam/Northern Westchester Women's Resource Center, Inc.

935 South Lake Boulevard, Suite 2
Mahopac, NY 10541
(845) 628-9284

Child Protective Services/Domestic Violence Collaboration: Co-location of Domestic violence (DV) advocate at the CPS office to provide protocol development, case consultation, home visits, cross-training, and jointly work to safety plan for DV victims and their children.


Child Advocacy Center

Westchester County District Attorney's Office

WIHD/Cedarwood Hall
Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 493-5333

A CAC brings a multidisciplinary team approach by providing a non-threatening, child-focused environment where investigations, evaluations, treatment, and prosecution of child sexual and/or physical abuse cases are conducted by team members and where appropriate supportive services to victims and their non-offending family members are provided.


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