WCA responds to Medicaid Deficit Cuts

With New York facing its largest budget deficit in a decade in its 2020-21 state budget, Westchester Children’s Association stands alongside child advocacy organizations, service providers, and local decision-makers in voicing our deep concern for the welfare of more than 7 million children and adults across the State who rely on Medicaid to access critical mental, behavioral, and physical health care services and supports. Read More »

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WCA Statement for New York State Executive Budget 2020

State Budget 2020 Hearing Remarks from WCA – In the written testimony provided, we outline a variety of budget priorities that impact New York’s children and youth. Westchester Children’s Asociation is here to emphasize that children and youth thrive, when they are given the opportunities and supports they need from cradle to career. Read More »

WCA Responds to the Westchester County Housing Needs Assessment

Westchester Children’s Association (WCA) is pleased to see the release of the Westchester County Housing Needs Assessment. We congratulate County Executive Latimer and all who contributed to the detailed, nearly-200 page, affordable housing study which draws important connections between housing and homelessness. Read More »