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 our Black and Brown citizens 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?

Juneteenth at JCCA

Juneteenth at JCCA

This year, JCCA will recognize and honor the Juneteenth holiday. It is a long overdue step and more important than ever this year. After a morning of agency-wide reflection and discussion, all city offices will close at 1:00 PM. Juneteenth is the...

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JCCA’s Commitment to Equity and Anti-Racism

JCCA’s Commitment to Equity and Anti-Racism

As news reports emerge that more than 10,000 people have been arrested across the country during the past two weeks for protesting racial injustices, JCCA vehemently condemns the brutal repression of those fighting for systemic change and for the...

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On Central Park and Minneapolis

On Central Park and Minneapolis

We are in a moment of national collective trauma, borne disproportionately by communities of color. COVID-19 and the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery are not anomalies in a system that prioritizes power over justice

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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