2022 Community Snapshots are here! [WCA ebulletin #24]

2022 Community Snapshots are here! On April 20, WCA launched the 2022 edition of our popular Community Snapshots! This digital publication features data profiles for children and youth under age 25 for Westchester County and all of the 40 geographic … Read More & Comment »

New Faces at WCA: Angel Gray, Program & Policy Manager

Angel Gray joined Westchester Children’s Association in February 2022 as our new Program and Policy Manager. Over the past 9 years, Angel has provided family support, prevention, intervention, and educational services for families and children at psychiatric hospitals, high schools, … Read More & Comment »

Why are WCA Calendars loved by generations?

Days, weeks, months, years.  Appointments, celebrations, birthdays, anniversaries. WCA Calendars have been organizing schedules and recording lifetimes of memories of donors for over 90 years! Something about our unique calendars has attracted a loyal following since the 1930s.  Even when … Read More & Comment »

Westchester County Children & Youth Homelessness Data (WCCYHD) Dashboard is here!

The Westchester County Child and Youth Homelessness Dashboard (WCCHYD) is being published after months of data hunting and analysis by WCA so that demographic, geographic, and racial trends among children and youth experiencing homelessness in Westchester County are more visible. … Read More & Comment »

How Are the Black Children of Westchester?

On Monday, 21 September, Allison Lake will be participating in the AntiRacism Alliance discussion “Why Are Westchester Schools and Legal System Failing Black Children?” online. She will be joined by The Honorable Kathie Davidson, Chief Administrative Judge of the 9th … Read More & Comment »

WCA eBulletin #7 – Project 2020: Speak Up! Speak Out! was a success!

On July 21st, WCA hosted a youth-led virtual event focused on civic engagement and community change called “Project 2020: Speak Up! Speak Out!” Sponsored in part by the Westchester Community Foundation, this event was an opportunity for youth ages 15 to 21 to make their concerns and … Read More & Comment »