• New CEO Announced

    Judge Ronald E. Richter, former Commissioner of New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services, New CEO of JCCA. More

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  • 2015 Generosity 5k Run

    25 brave participants from several JCCA programs participated in the Generosity Brooklyn 5K Charity Run/Walk on Sunday March 29. More

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  • Celebration of Hope 2015

    Join us for our annual Gala on May 19, 2015, to honor Chair Barbara Salmanson and CEO Richard Altman. More

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  • 2015 Compass Toast to Success

    Eustacia Cutler, autism advocate and mother to Temple Grandin, spoke at this year's benefit.  More

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New CEO Announced

Judge Ronald E. Richter, former Commissioner of New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services, New CEO of JCCA. More

Ronald-E.-Richter-Headshot-Feb-2015home.png

2015 Generosity 5k Run

25 brave participants from several JCCA programs participated in the Generosity Brooklyn 5K Charity Run/Walk on Sunday March 29. More

Ilan-Ginian-5K-2015-carousel.jpg

Celebration of Hope 2015

Join us for our annual Gala on May 19, 2015, to honor Chair Barbara Salmanson and CEO Richard Altman. More

Gala 2015 Carousel

2015 Compass Toast to Success

Eustacia Cutler, autism advocate and mother to Temple Grandin, spoke at this year's benefit.  More

Compass-Composite-Carousel.jpg

foster care month: Meet Patricia Baca, LMSW, and foster mother Curtiss Jane Bethea

Patricia Baca, LMSW, is Program Director of Foster Family Resources and here she introduces both the important work of these programs as well as one of our star foster mothers, Curtiss Jane Bethea, who talks about the rewarding experience of becoming a foster parent.

For a transcript for the hearing impaired, click here.

Thanks to 1,595 of you who signed our petition urging the US Senate to pass the Trafficking Victims Protection Act

Eyes of Child Abuse VictimsThe U.S. Senate has now passed an amended version of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. The legislation would increase penalties for perpetrators of trafficking and increase support for the victims. Now the bill goes to a committee to work out differences with the version of the bill passed by the House of Representatives. We are hopeful an agreement will be reached soon.

This bill would help protect vulnerable young women like the ones we serve at our Gateways program. Our program enables these victims to heal and lead productive lives.

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Foster Care Month: On the Right Track, Striving for Greatness

Anthony of FHSAnthony, 19, is a charming, motivated, ambitious young college student. But his earlier years were challenging. He came to JCCA’s Pleasantville Short Term Assessment and Rapid Treatment program when he was 15. Although very bright, he had problems at home and didn’t do well with authority figures, especially his mom. “I was smart and got good grades, but I was angry, too, and had trouble listening. At Pleasantville, the staff, especially Mr. Harrigan, taught me how to talk about my problems and how to express myself. I learned coping skills and strategies for dealing better with people.” Anthony spent the next two years at Hillcrest, a JCCA group home. “The staff was great. I knew everybody was totally there for me and they really helped me thrive. They kept me focused and pointed me in the right direction.” Learn what the future held for Anthony by reading the rest of his story here.

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Jewish Child Care Association is a comprehensive child and family services agency. We work with those who need us most, including children who have been neglected or abused, immigrant Jewish families, and those building new lives. Most of our clients come to us because they struggle with poverty or family crises, and because they are working to create an independent future. JCCA helps more than 16,000 children and families every year and is consistently rated at the highest levels for the quality of our programs. In all our work, we are motivated by tikkun olam, the value within Jewish tradition that calls upon all of us to repair the world, and by our belief that every child deserves to grow up hopeful.

Jewish Child Care Association is authorized by the Council on Accredication and recognized as a provider that continues to successfully implement high performance standards and  is delivering the highest quality services to all of its stakeholders.”  

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