A report compiling two years of research and highlighting the need for better definitions for homelessness among children, youth, and families and more support overall.
A report compiling the results of a 2016 survey of home visiting services in Westchester County, and the recommendations for future efforts.
The 2015 report for the Gathering Policy Solutions for Kids (GPS4Kids) Collective Impact Initiative, a cross-sector effort to improve life outcomes for all young people in Westchester County.
A study of factors affecting “disconnected youth” in Westchester with recommendations for change. Disconnected youth are young people ages 16-24 who are not connected to school, work or positive development opportunities.
An examination of and recommendations around programs providing parenting support and education to vulnerable families in Westchester.
An examination of the early intervention resources available in Westchester County.
A call to action to improve children’s emotional, social and behavioral health through the combined efforts of those inside and outside government who care about children’s well-being.
Parents, youth, government officials, non-profit services, business, civic and religious organizations gathered to Take Action for KIDS! The conference was part of Westchester Children’s Association’s 90th Anniversary encouraging positive changes for children and youth in our communities.
A report examining the plight of foster children waiting for adoption in Westchester County.