Cardinal McCloskey Community Services closely monitors and fully adheres to all required COVID-related health and safety protocols as mandated by the CDC and New York State. We make this commitment for the adults who live in our residences and attend our day programs, the young children who come to our schools each day, and all of the families, children, and teens we serve across our communities. Ensuring the well-being of those in our care and community is our top priority. Details of our health and safety protocols are available in each program, and at each of our sites.

Our Programs

Our Programs

Foster Care Services

The mission of our Foster Care Services Division is to advocate for children and families in need of care and to promote safe and stable environments. We serve children up to twenty-one years of age.

Early Childhood Education

Early Head Start and Head Start eligibility is based on family income, housing status, foster-care status, and public assistance. Eligibility for Family Childcare DOE is based on the family income of working families and/or student status (full- or part-time).   

Residential Services
for Children

Our Children’s Residential Services provide a therapeutic home for young people in Westchester and Rockland Counties.

Adults with Developmental
Disabilities

Our Developmental Disabilities Division provides support necessary to assist individuals to live as independent life as possible.

ABA and Autism Therapies

CMCS is at the forefront of groundbreaking work with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.

At-Risk Services

Our At-Risk Services’ mission is to promote a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk children and youth and the goal is to keep children safe, prevent abuse and strengthen biological families.

Specialized Clinical Services

Our Specialized Clinical Services provides additive services that help to support the critically important work being conducted across numerous agency programs and locations.

CMCS Care Management

Care Management is a free voluntary service for Medicaid recipients who may need additional support navigating the health care system to meet a child’s medical and behavioral health needs.

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At McCloskey Cares, we believe that a healthy mind is as important as a healthy body. Sound mental health allows people to think, feel, act and interact in positive ways.