CLC Foundation

CLC Foundation, Inc. (“CLCF”) is dedicated to improving quality of life for individuals living with persistent disabilities within our community. CLCF is committed to developing innovative programs and providing client-centered services designed to support the greatest needs of those we serve. As a 501(c)3 charitable organization, CLC Foundation seeks to provide services to the disabled for as little cost as possible.

“Innovative Programming and Client-Centered Services for the Disabled.”




“Personalized Financial Service”

A CLC Pooled Trust offers financial security and enhanced quality of life for disabled individuals while maintaining their eligibility for important benefits such as SSI and Medicaid.

CLC Foundation’s dedicated team of professionals has more than 30 years of experience.  Our commitment is to providing superior individualized serve to trust beneficiaries.  At CLC Foundation, our clients represent our highest priority and your needs will always come first.


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“Healing With Horses”

Winslow provides services to children and adults with special needs through the use of the horse in therapy and education. Winslow offers weekly therapeutic horseback riding lessons as well as a number of other programs which incorporate therapeutic riding.

Studies show that therapeutic riding improves physical health, strengthens core muscles, and enhances coordination. Winslow’s caring staff and volunteers are well-trained. We provide a positive environment for learning with special consideration given to the capabilities of each individual rider.

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“Fostering Creativity Through Studio and Performing Arts”

Hidden Treasures is an educational arts program for the disabled. Students learn to tap into their creativity and self-expression through the studio and performing arts.

Over 160 students participate in weekly classes which include singing, theater, modern dance, tap dance, musical drama, studio art, and crafts.

The CLC Choral Group performs at hospitals and nursing homes all across Westchester County.

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In the News

Peace of Mind With Bernie the Attorney Featuring John Signorelli


John Signorelli, Executive Director, CLC Foundation and Lucille McCarthy, Director, Hidden Treasures join Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP, to discuss the services the CLC Foundation and Hidden Treasures provide…


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New York Times Reports on the CLC Model


SUPPORT, not supervision, is the watchword of the Community Living Corporation in Mount Kisco, an agency that maintains 3 group homes and 20 apartments for 100 people with developmental disabilities….


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Winslow Plays a Key Role in Healing Vets


Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center could not have been happier to play a key role in the healing of our nation’s veterans by welcoming Trauma and Resiliency Resources, Inc.’s Warrior Camp® program…


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Winslow Wins Gypsy Vanner Therapy Horse in Contest


At the end of April, Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center in Warwick entered a contest given by Lexlin Gypsy Horses, a breeder of Gypsy Vanner horses in Tennessee.
To participate in the contest each center had to mobilize their community to vote for them on Facebook for almost two months every day….


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