Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County presents Highballs & Hijinks: A Night with a Real Jewish Gangster! Meet master storyteller, Myron Sugerman on November 16th at 7pm. Must be pre-registered. Click here for more details.read more
Excited to announce that we have updated our website to include our wonderful Yvette Sarah Clayman Kosher Food Pantry Newsletter. The newsletter is distributed monthly, which includes updates about the pantry, some delicious recipes, healthy lifestyle tips and more!read more
This week JFCS provided groceries to 30 families, feeding over 115 individuals – but there are more that need our help. We need the help of the community to keep our shelves stocked all summer long and this is your chance!read more
September is Hunger Action Month and team JFCS continues our dedication to serving those in our community facing hunger and food insecurity.
For many children, the anxiety of a new school year is not of nervous excitement but severe concern of potential bullying. Help your child identify what bullying is, the best actions to take when facing a bully or witnessing the behavior, and how to stop the cycle of bullying.
Join us on November 2 at 10:30am where we will time travel through American Jewish history and pop culture as we revisit the Borscht Belt – once home to about 500 hotels and 50,000 bungalows in the Catskill Mountains. Presented by Marisa Schienfeld, her new book will show photographs of abandoned sites where bungalows once boomed as well as sites that have been repurposed.read more
Addiction hurts more than the addict. If you have a family member suffering or recovering from addiction, you too need support and tools to help them succeed in recovery. Join us in this brand new workshop, beginning Wednesday night, October 18th. To register, contact Andrea LoPresti LCSW, Director of Clinical Services.read more
New group for high school juniors and seniors who will be able to share experiences, navigate the stress of college applications & plan for life after high school. Contact Andrea LoPresti, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services to RSVP.read more