We are JCCA

We help abused, neglected and traumatized children heal physically and emotionally through compassionate, quality care. Our 37 programs include foster care, residential treatment facilities, mental health services, case management, education programs and special services for children who have been the victims of sexual abuse. We serve New York’s neediest and most vulnerable children and families to ensure that their safety, permanency and well-being leads to a life of stability and promise.

Our Impact

Life changing programs offered

Volunteers on Campus each year

%

of every dollar goes directly to services

years of transforming lives

JCCA’s Commitment to Equity and Anti-Racism

JCCA vehemently condemns the brutal repression of those fighting for systemic change and for the rights of Black and Brown people to live and breathe. JCCA denounces the over-policing of communities of color that has resulted in demoralizing, dehumanizing damage that is inextricably intertwined with the challenges our clients face.

Want to make a difference for children and families?

Staff Spotlight: Jill Mullings

Staff Spotlight: Jill Mullings

In May, JCCA talked with Jill Mullings a Parent Advocate and Outreach Coordinator for the Family Resource Center.  Our conversation touched on her history with JCCA and why she was inspired to take on this role. It has been edited for clarity and...

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A Salute to JCCA’s Nurses

A Salute to JCCA’s Nurses

National Nurses Week started on Thursday, May 6. While it might seem like an unconventional schedule for commemoration, it’s quite relatable for medical professionals who know that important work happens 24 hours a day, seven days a week! JCCA’s...

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Volunteer Appreciation Video

Volunteer Appreciation Video

Almost every year, the children on JCCA’s Pleasantville campus host a special dinner to show volunteers just how much they are valued. Unfortunately, the dinner is one of many special events our young people have had to miss during the pandemic....

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“I was placed into JCCA at 12 years old…I’m now 32 years old a mother, a wife and a successful entrepreneur traveling around the world sharing my story and touching lives. Thank you for changing my life!”

— NYALA PHILLIPS