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    Catch up on your summer reading

    Whether you're headed to the beach or staying cool in the air conditioning, our summer newsletter makes the perfect reading companion. Catch up on all things TGCW including highlights from the Gala, an inspirational narrative from one of our program participants, and a day of service by our friends from Neuberger Berman. Read it all here!    Read More...

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    Keep your kids on track in the summer

    Summer is upon us and that means children often are free to enjoy lazy days and extended bedtimes. However, parents may not feel the same way as children do in regard to the whole concept of “freedom” so, for the child’s sake, it’s important to keep up with structure and routine when possible.Routines: One way to keep everyone happy (and parents sane) is to stick to the schedule children keep during the school year (with some room to bend). While sleeping in and staying u...  Read More...

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    2019 summer newsletter

    From our outstanding Gala to a great volunteer day shared with employees from Neuberger Berman (photo above), our 2019 summer newsletter has it all. Don't miss on any of the fun: read it here!    Read More...

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    A day in the life of our CEO

    While all days are pretty swell at The Guidance Center of Westchester (TGCW), recently I experienced a particularly wonderful one, and I wanted to share it with all of you.8:30 AM – In 2006, TGCW was the first agency selected for Early Step Forward, a county program that places social workers in child care centers to help address behavioral issues with young children, provides training in how to provide social-emotional learning for staff, and supports parents.  Early Step Forward was...  Read More...

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    Family Days 2019-20 schedule announced

    We are making changes to Family Days. Check back for details (revised 10/30/19).Family Days, our free program for children who have developmental delays or who are on the autism spectrum, is on hiatus for the summer, but returns on September 14th with new and exciting activities in the works. "Our staff is consistently working to fine-tune the program to ensure that the children, their siblings, and the parents are getting the type of activities and support they need," explains De...  Read More...

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    On June 6, The Guidance Center of Westchester proudly participated in "What Matters To You?" day, an international movement designed to improve the conversations between program participants and those who provide their care and services. WMTY goes beyond a one-day approach and helps frame conversations and care in a way which deepens relationships and understanding on both the clinical and personal level.We thank all of our program staff and participants who shared their WMTY moments w...  Read More...

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    2019 Gala Spectacular

    With more than 225 guests in attendance, The Guidance Center of Westchester’s (TGCW) annual gala not only raised vital funds but also increased awareness about the critical needs of those in our community who are impacted by homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, and poverty.“I’m here today because of The Guidance Center of Westchester,” says David R., a client who shared with gala attendees his personal 30-year struggle with addiction and homelessness. “The...  Read More...

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    Get to work! Summer employment for New Rochelle youth

    Do you know a New Rochelle resident (ages 14-20) who is looking for a summer job? Have them reach out to Ms. Higgins at our Center for College & Careers.   Read More...

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    Spring newsletter

    Our spring newsletter focuses on our vocational programs. Whether someone is seeking first-time employment or looking to return to the workforce after an extended absence, TGCW is ready to help. Read all the great news here.    Read More...

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    Gala spotlight: GEM Management Partners LLC

    George, Edward and Michael Nukho are the principals of GEM Management Partners LLC, a property management company specializing in multi-family residential properties located throughout Westchester County, with nearly 500 units in Yonkers alone.George, Edward and Michael received undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering, business management, and accounting and computer information systems, respectively.  They were introduced to the real estate industry at an early age through holdings...  Read More...

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