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ANDRUS is a private non-profit organization

ANDRUS is a private, non-profit organization that helps secure strong, promising futures for children, families and communities by promoting stability, increasing resilience, and rebuilding hope. We specialize in teaching children and families the skills to express and cope with strong emotions. We help increase the well of resources available to them to manage the impacts of adversity, particularly severe emotional, behavioral and mental health issues in children. Guided by our Sanctuary Model, we offer a range of preventive and restorative services for children and families across the tri-state area.

ANDRUS is committed to providing equal access to its programs and facilities without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability.

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What We Do

The language of a child struggling with complex emotions can be easily misinterpreted. Anger, defiance or isolation can mask true feelings of frustration, sadness, or fear. ANDRUS specializes in working with children who struggle to communicate and process the emotional impacts of their experiences. Some have been injured by the circumstance of neglect, abuse, poverty or violence. Others wrestle with the challenges of living with mental illness and autism. Through our innovative programs, highly personalized services, superior training and research, ANDRUS enables children and families begin to heal, and learn a new language of hope.

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Meet Isaiah

This is the story of Isaiah, an ANDRUS student who joined up with the nationally recognized NYPUM minibike program that is provided on ANDRUS’ 110-acre campus.

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Each year, ANDRUS hosts signature events for fundraising, for sharing our work with others, and simply for having fun. We urge you to attend to learn more about the vital services our agency provides and how you can join us. Continue to check back here for the latest at ANDRUS.

Golf Fore Kids 2019

Join us for the 15th Annual Golf Fore Kids Outing and Dinner at the Ardsley Country Club on June 18th, 2019. 11:00 am – Registration and Driving Range Open 11:30 am – Kick-off Brunch and Welcome 1:00 pm – Shotgun Start 5:30 pm Cocktails & Awards Dinner, Raffle & Live Auction Please visit the link […]

ANDRUS 90th Anniversary Gala Raises $500,000

Over 350 people gathered for ANDRUS’ 90th Anniversary Gala on Friday, November 2nd at The New York Botanical Garden located in Bronx, NY. The sold-out fundraising event featured a silent and live auction, as well as a lively Fund-the-Future paddle raise for ANDRUS’ numerous therapeutic programs, including the Horticulture Program and Hope Space, which give […]

AELC 50th Anniversary

The ANDRUS Early Learning Center (AELC) has been in the Eastchester/Tuckahoe Community since 1968. AELC offers an infant care program as well as full day programs for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old. These programs stimulate each child’s development while allowing growth to take place at a pace unique to each child’s needs. We […]

Winter Storm Quinn brings opportunities for fun!

Winter storm Quinn brought some great opportunities for fun for some of our children including sledding, cross country skiing, and more! It was a wonderful way to experience our beautiful campus and get outside. Many thanks to the ANDRUS facilities team who kept everyone safe and warm throughout the storm.   

ANDRUS Golf Fore Kids 2018

  Join us for the annual Golf Fore Kids outing to benefit ANDRUS’ work with children and families throughout Westchester County.  Great golf for a great cause – brunch, golf, cocktails, dinner and a raffle with a grand prize to be announced! Please CLICK HERE to view our full list of exciting sponsorship opportunities before you […]

Dannon Donates Bicycles to ANDRUS’ Community Division!

90 Dannon staff put together 16 bicycles as part of their staff day, and ANDRUS children were the lucky recipients! The bikes will be going to our community division in the coming weeks as case managers meet with the recipient families.