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Our Impact

1,101

Families kept in their homes with Emergency Assistance.

$514,582

Emergency Assistance Funds distributed.

1,000

Hours of affordable virtual counseling provided.

11,006

People served by our Alex & Sally Lebwohl Food Pantry in 2019.

 

Latest News

  • October 21, 2020

    Many in our community are still struggling to keep up, all while managing their anxiety and depression through these challenging times. People are feeling distressed and are desperately searching for tools to help them cope. Social isolation is exacerbating their problems. Learn more about how Jewish Family Service provides mental health services on a sliding fee scale, allowing us to reach clients at all income levels...

  • October 13, 2020

    Many of our neighbors are still struggling to keep up with their food bills, rent, and unexpected medical bills. Many have endured financial stresses, lost jobs, and the inability to care for loved ones. Learn more about how over the past seven months, Jewish Family Service has mobilized to help with emergency assistance...

  • October 7, 2020

    It’s normal to feel stressed or alone during a crisis. Anxiety and depression may worsen. For those affected by dementia, the pandemic has been especially grim, and the Covid-19 crisis has made it much more difficult for family and caregivers to provide care...