WJCS Services for Children and Youth
Programs throughout the county delivering services to children and youth.
ADAPT: A Different Approach for Parents and Teens
A counseling service of Family Services of Westchester, ADAPT brings parents and teens together to work on their differences and problem solve around issues that produce conflict. Typical problems include truancy, out of control behavior, school suspensions, running away and curfew violations.
Grad Nation
A Web site to help communities tackle the school dropout crisis commissioned by America's Promise Alliance.
Harvard Family Research Project: Out of School Time Evaluation
This updated brief describes instruments and tools to be used for program evaluation. Updated in August 2008, the publication includes many new tools that have become available since initial publication in 2005.
Westchester Children's Association
WCA has published "Westchester Children by the Numbers," a book and database containing information on issues such as housing, education and health, that have a significant impact on children’s lives. It catagorizes data by municipality and ethnic/racial group, to present a more truthful and useful picture of children’s lives in Westchester’s diverse and disparate communities. DataFinder allows you to search the database.
Child Care Data: Westchester County Databook 
Printable information on child care from services to charts and data.
Online Safety
New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Web site explores the safety issues brought about by advances in computer and communications technology.
America's Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2010
This annual report of the Forum on Child and Family Statistics provides a summary of national indicators of child well-being and monitors changes in these indicators over time.
Reducing Environmental Exposures
Brochure that explains the seven best kid-friendly practices to minimize your child's risk to harmfull environmental exposures.
U.S. Census
Get more detailed information about Westchester's population from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Child Trends Databank
Welcome to the one-stop-shop for the latest national trends and research on over 100 key indicators of child and youth well-being, with new indicators added each month. Provided by Child Trends, a national leader in the field for over 20 years.
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Serving children and families. Building supportive communities. Reforming public systems.  Gathering and evaluating data. Promoting equity. Achieving results.
Bureau of Justice Statistics
U.S. statistics about drug-related crimes, law enforcement, courts and corrections from a wide range of sources.  The site provides policymakers, criminal justice practitioners, researchers and the general pulic with access to easy-to-understand information.