FSSY Home Health Care
FSSY congratulates the recent graduates of our free Home Health Care
Training program. This past spring and summer, 29 individuals received
New York State Department of Health certification as a Personal Care
Aide (PCA) and 18 newly-certified PCAs continued in the more advanced
training and received their NYS DOH certification as a Home Health Aide
(HHA). We look forward to their joining the FSSY staff.
FSSY has received renewed funding from the Wells Fargo Foundation to
help sustain the free Home Health Care Training Program.
Westchester Family Center:
Westchester Family Center (WFC), sponsored by FSSY and funded by a major
grant from the New York State Office of Children and Family Services,
opened on May 1, 2012. The WFC serves TANF-eligible children and youth
who are exiting the foster care system and entering into adoptive or
kinship care. Services include needs assessment, assistance with
benefits and entitlements, parenting education, educational advocacy and
tutoring, and counseling and support groups.
Kinship Support Program:
The New York State Office of Children and Family Services (NYS OCFS) has
renewed the major grant for the Kinship Support Program (KSP) through
Case Management for The Municipal Housing Authority For The City of
The Municipal Housing Authority For The City of Yonkers has renewed the
contract for FSSY to provide case management for residents of the
Yonkers Section 8 Housing.
The U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Municipal
Housing Authority for the
City of Yonkers have renewed funding for the FSSY Homestead Program
which provides permanent supportive housing for physically disabled
For information about any of the programs listed above:
Please call 914 963-5118.