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VNSW Agencies Move to New Location

VNS Westchester and affiliate agency, VNSW@Home (formerly Westchester Care at Home) have relocated their headquarters to an expansive corporate center at 1311 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains. President/CEO Timothy P. Leddy said the new space is designed to accommodate the evolving needs of the agencies’ staff and the communities they serve. For the first time, the affiliated agencies will share one contiguous space — a means of better leveraging staffing and other resources to improve complementary home care services for over 10,000 patients served annually.

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