The Chesed Fund addresses the lifesaving needs of our most vulnerable members and is the only Jewish community assistance mechanism outside of one’s synagogue and family that provides for short term and longer term chronic financial need cases.
When faced with life crisis, many people in our midst feel isolated and disconnected from the Jewish community and tradition.
The JFS Counseling program provides a range of counseling services to people across the lifespan to help improve the quality of their lives and relationships, make healthy adjustments through life transitions, and effectively manage the stresses of everyday life.
The Family Life Education Department of Jewish Family Services provides the Jewish community with essential education, support, guidance and resource information to strengthen individuals and families.
JFS Food and Shelter Program serves both the Jewish and general communities by assisting individuals and families who are experiencing an acute financial crisis because of some major life challenge (e.g., unemployment, medical condition, etc.).
The Jewish Community Interest Free Loan was established in 1987 as a response to the economically disadvantaged to provide interest free loans to help people remain financially independent members.