Fast Facts

10,165 Children and Families Served in Fiscal Year 2015

  • Residential School – 425 students
  • Division of Immigration Services – 516 children
  • Foster Homes – 569 children
  • Family Preservation & Reunification – 663 families
  • Short-term Shelters & Housing – 235 youth
  • Community Outreach & WAY Home* – 6,391 youth
  • Polo Grounds – 1,028 children and teens
  • Affordable Housing – 112 families
  • Crisis Stabilization – 127 children
  • Day Students** – 70 Students
  • Daycare – 29 children

 *Does not include 434 hotline calls
**Served by Greenburgh Eleven School

Outcomes and Achievements

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  • Dobbs Ferry: Administrative offices, Residential School, Family Court Assistance Program, Crisis Residence, Transitional Residence for Alien Children
  • Harlem: The Community Center at The Polo Grounds Towers
  • Valhalla: Runaway and Homeless Shelter
  • Yonkers: Youth O.P.T.I.O.N.S. Education and Employment Center
  • New York City & Lower Westchester: Aftercare Services
  • New York City, Long Island and Bergen Counties: MST, Adoption/Foster Care
  • Mt. Vernon, Yonkers, Elmsford and Valhalla: Supported Housing
  • Mid-Hudson Valley (Ulster, Dutchess, Putnam, Orange, Sullivan, Rockland and Westchester counties): Bridges to Health
  • Staten Island: Non-secure detention for girls as part of New York City’s Close to Home Program



  • Accredited by the Council on Accreditation
  • The Children’s Village meets all twenty the standards of the Better Business Bureau for Charities Accountability.
  • Residential Treatment Center and group homes licensed by New York State Office of Children and Family Services
  • Residential Treatment Facility and Crisis Residence licensed by New York State Office of Mental Health



  • 2013-NEA-logo-FINALLogo2013 Gold Prize Winner of the New York Community Trust-New York Magazine Nonprofit Excellence Award.
  • The Child Welfare League of America and the Walker Trieschman Center 2010 David Liederman AwardAlliance Logo
  • Alliance for Children and Families 2009 Agency of the Year
  • 2011 Council on Accreditation’s Innovative Practices Award for new and forward looking practices that have raised the quality of services provided to vulnerable children and families
  • Accredited by the Council on Accreditation
  • Accredited by the Better Business Bureau, fully meeting all 20 standards for charity accountability.
  • President and CEO  Dr. Jeremy Kohomban received the 2011 Samuel Gerson Nordlinger Child Welfare Leadership Award presented by the Alliance for Children and Families for his dedication and effectiveness in the child welfare field.


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