An Empowering Mother’s Day Symposium

An Empowering Mother’s Day Symposium

The programs in JCCA’s Preventive Division work with at-risk families in the child-welfare system, building on their strengths and developing skills to ensure kids remain safely and happily in their own homes. Recently, Rani Smith, Senior Social Worker, organized a...
On the road to independence: Zach’s Story

On the road to independence: Zach’s Story

April is Autism Awareness Month, so we are delighted to focus on our client Zach, a 22-year-old young man on the Autism Spectrum who has made tremendous strides while living in one of our POINT Program apartments in White Plains. This JCCA program, in partnership with...
Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

As March is Women’s History Month, we are highlighting two pioneering women from JCCA’s past—Mary Boretz and Julia Goldman—who made significant contributions to child welfare.   Mary Boretz As a child in the early 20th century, Mary Boretz had first-hand...