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Youth and Family Services
The Jewish Federation provides funding for programs that help young children and families stay active and engaged in Jewish life.
Youth and Family Services
  • After-School Program at The "J"

    For those who work full-time, high-quality after-school care is essential.

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    B'nai Brith Youth Organization (BBYO)

    BBYO provides a menu of fun, meaningful and affordable experiences to the post bar/bat mitzvah age teen audience with the expectation that they will find a lasting connection to the Jewish people.

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  • Child Development Center Jewish Content and Scholarship Program

    The most important and decisive age in education is early childhood.

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    Day Camp Scholarship Program

    Jewish children who spend their summers embraced by values and friendships of Jewish camp are shaped with these experiences.

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  • Developmental Disabilities Program at the Child Development Center

    Nearly 20 percent of the population is diagnosed with some type of cognitive or developmental disability, which includes autism spectrum disorders, hearing or visual impairments, physical disabilities, anxiety and ADHD.

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    Out-of-School Programs at The "J"

    For many working parents, quality out-of-school care is key to balancing work and family, so that parents have peace of mind while they are at work on their children’s days off.

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PJ Library
Help children’s sense of Jewish identity grow strong during their first 8 years by sending Jewish-themed books and CDs each month.