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 insure that their safety, permanency and well-being leads to a life of stability and promise.

Our Impact

OP-ED FROM JCCA CEO RONALD E. RICHTER IN THE CHRONICLE OF SOCIAL CHANGE

How New York City Can Help Foster Youth Build a Brighter Future

 

JCCA CEO Ronald E. Richter writes, “New York City has been an innovator in child welfare so many times. We have led the nation in the reduction of congregate care for young people who require out-of-home services. We were among the first in the nation to support families in communities by offering community-based services to prevent the need to remove children because of a safety risk. Now is the time for New York City, with Fair Futures, to distinguish itself once more.

Want to make a difference for children and families?

Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi Visits JCCA

Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi visited JCCA this summer, to learn more about the ways he can support JCCA and governmental efforts to stop child sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation. Although it was AM Hevesi’s first visit to JCCA’s Pleasantville Campus, he...

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Edenwald Field Day

It’s 90 degrees in August and the campus is HOT. But it’s not just the humidity—residents and staff have gathered for an afternoon of fun—jumping in bounce houses, slipping down inflatable slides, competing in games and fitness drills. It’s Field Day at Edenwald, and...

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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