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.
JFCS, along with everyone across the country, has Texas on our mind as those in Houston and the surrounding areas continue to deal with the catastrophic effects of Hurricane Harvey. We’ve highlighted resources with information of how you can help.
“Why?” “How?” “What now?” In recent years, we have asked these questions all too often.
JFCS has received the coveted 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator. Read more here…
Planned Giving is a charitable vehicle that many non-profit organizations offer. Through Planned Giving, you guarantee that the values you cherish will continue at JFCS. What a wonderful legacy you can create!
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County is proud to host This Is Hunger, an interactive experience on wheels brought to us by MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. Coming to Adath Israel in Lawrenceville, NJ.
November is National Family Caregivers Month. But for those of you who are caregivers, you know that EVERY DAY is a family caregiver day. Whether or not you live with your loved one, your responsibility for their care is 24/7, filling your heart, mind and time....
Today concludes Mental Illness Awareness Week. At Jewish Family & Children’s Service, we want to carry this critical awareness beyond one week. JFCS fosters a safe, welcoming environment free of judgments not just for our counseling patients but for all those who...
World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10, 2016 and these three words are at the heart of suicide prevention and officially the theme for 2016, ‘Connect, Communicate, and Care’.