Since 1949, Westchester Arc has been helping people with developmental diabilities and their families.
The day…More facility in New Rochelle provides classroom learning and community-based activities open to adults who have disabilities such as autistic spectrum disorders, down syndrome, mental retardation, cerebral palsy and learning disabilities.</p>
<p>At least 50 percent of Westchester Arc's directors are related to a person with a developmental disability.</p>
<p>Westchester Arc provides many services including vocational training and job placement; daily living skills classes; recreational activities; bilingual (English-Spanish) outreach; and many more.</p>
Westchester Jewish Community Services Community Residential Care 141 Bon Air Ave, New Rochelle, NY10804 Part of a network of residences for people with developmental disabilities, the house located on the tree-lined,…More peaceful Bon Air Avenue is Chai House. Chai House opened in 2009 and is a Kosher group home for Jewish people with developmental disabilities. Staff is on-site 24 hours a day helping the residents to learn life skills and become integrated in their local community. Chai House is part of an extensive system of support that Westchester Jewish Community Services offers to children, adults and seniors.
Boys' & Girls' Clubs of New Rochelle 79 7th St, New Rochelle, NY10801 Since 1929, the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle has been providing programming for kids ages 6-18 in New…More Rochelle. The New Rochelle site offers an array of programs to engage the local youth. Programs are designed to enhance self-esteem, positivity and good behavior. In addition to after school and vacation programs, there is also a summer camp.The Boys and Girls club stresses character and leadership, education and career development, the arts, health and life skills and sports and fitness.