FacebookTwitter
Share on Facebook
Cancel
Share on MySpace
Cancel
Share on Twitter
A short URL will be added to the end of your Tweet.

Cancel
Share on LinkedIn
Cancel
   Please leave this field empty

  • 10th Anniversary Tree Event

    The fundraiser featured the introduction of a vital new initiative, The Center for Healing Sexually Abused and Exploited Children. Click here

    Tree 2015 - co chairs, president and CEO
  • Cyberbullying tips with Patti Agatston, Ph.D.

    We are proud to offer a new video resource on cyberbullying starring expert Patti Agatston, Ph.D. More

    Cyberbullying - A Guide
  • The Compass Project's Brand New Video

    JCCA’s Compass Project empowers young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders to live independent, productive lives. More

    Compass Video Still
  • Holocaust Survivor Speaks at Brooklyn Democracy Academy

    Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Brooklyn Democracy Academy Students Forging a Remarkable Bond Read More

    BDA

10th Anniversary Tree Event

The fundraiser featured the introduction of a vital new initiative, The Center for Healing Sexually Abused and Exploited Children. Click here

Tree 2015 - co chairs, president and CEO

Cyberbullying tips with Patti Agatston, Ph.D.

We are proud to offer a new video resource on cyberbullying starring expert Patti Agatston, Ph.D. More

Cyberbullying - A Guide

The Compass Project's Brand New Video

JCCA’s Compass Project empowers young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders to live independent, productive lives. More

Compass Video Still

Holocaust Survivor Speaks at Brooklyn Democracy Academy

Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Brooklyn Democracy Academy Students Forging a Remarkable Bond Read More

BDA

stats_08.pngstats_09.pngstats_10.pngstats_11.pngstats_12.png

A Smashing Success: 10th Annual Tree Grows in Pleasantville Cocktail Party

Tree 2015 - co chairs, president and CEOMore than 300 people attended the very successful “A Tree Grows in Pleasantville” fundraiser, JCCA’s Tenth Anniversary Cocktail Party to Benefit The Cottage Schools’ programs and services for vulnerable children with serious emotional and family problems. Co-Chairs of the event were: Tema Bomback, of Mount Kisco; Julianne Cohn Color of My Soul 2Metzger, of Chappaqua; Phyllis Neider, of Briarcliff Manor; and Judy Shapiro, of Armonk. A highlight of the evening was a special performance by Campus residents and the introduction of a vital new initiative, The Center for Healing Sexually Abused and Exploited Children. The event also premiered a beautiful book, Color of My Soul. Inspired by dedicated volunteers, the book includes a sampling of poetry and art created by the youth in the Therapeutic Arts Program of The Cottage Schools. Check out more photos on our facebook.

In The News: JCCA Featured in New York Times Neediest Cases

Neediest Cases DJ DelujairaWe are pleased to share with you the inspiring story of Dejulaira (DJ) Lopez in the Sunday New York Times.  DJ is a JCCA client who has overcome great odds including serious illness, depression and abuse.

At 16 she came to JCCA. She said, “I learned to trust through JCCA. You changed my life.” Today she is an optimistic, articulate, determined young woman living in her own home, going to college, writing poetry and socializing with friends. We hope you enjoy the article.

New Video: January is National Mentoring Month - Become a mentor!

FOX News visited JCCA's Two Together Tutoring and Mentoring Program recently and produced this heartwarming report.

UJA Logo for New Home Page

To access IRS Form 990,
please click here.
Guidestar Logo

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.

Every Child Deserves to Grow Up Hopeful
Foster Home Services
Children’s Community Residence
Family Foster Care/Kinship
Family Foster Care: ChildSuccessNYC

Group Homes
Multi-Dimensional Treatment Foster Care
Specialized Family Foster Care:
Medically Fragile

Treatment Family Foster Care
Tutoring Services
Residential Services
The Cottage Schools:
Edenwald Center
Gateways
Pleasantville Cottage School
Pleasantville START

Coordinated Community
Services

Arches
Bridges to Health
Brooklyn Democracy Academy

Mental Health And Preventive Services
Preventive Services
Family Ties
Helping Hands

Counseling and Support Programs
Brooklyn Child and
Adolescent Guidance Center
Brooklyn Families Together
JCCA Family Resource Center

Case Management
Central Brooklyn Family Services
FACT
North Brooklyn Children's Services
Passages
Transitions for Children

Journey
Second Chances
Services in the
Jewish Community

Ametz Adoption Program
Bukharian Teen Lounge
Compass Project
Family Day Care
Forest Hills Child Care Center
Young Bukharian Leadership Institute
Kew Gardens Hills Youth Center
Partners in Caring
Two Together Tutoring Program
About JCCA
Mission
History
Board
Staff
News
Annual Report

Home
| Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Forward to a Friend | Contact Us | Printer Friendly

Copyright © 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Jewish Child Care Association of New York, Inc. All Rights Reserved
JCCA - 858 E. 29th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11210 - (917) 808-4800
Jewish Child Care Association is a tax-exempt organization as defined under section of 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.