JFCS Brings Help, Hope & Healing to Hightstown & East Windsor Communities

JFCS Brings Help, Hope & Healing to Hightstown & East Windsor Communities

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS) proudly opened a new satellite office at 133 Main Street in Hightstown on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 to help youth in Crisis. The agency is now positioned to offer supportive services at a location convenient to the communities of East Windsor and Hightstown.

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New Caregiver Support Group

New Caregiver Support Group

Are you caring for someone with Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s, early onset dementia or chronic illness? Our non-sectarian caregiver support group will provide a collective shoulder of support, as well as tips, techniques and resources to help you live your life while supporting your loved one. Dates will be Oct 16, 30 Nov 13, 27, Dec 11, and 21 from 10:30am to 11:45am. RSVP to Beverly Rubman at Beverlyr@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 139

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Mission Impossible: The Story of Entebbe

Mission Impossible: The Story of Entebbe

Meet Sasson “Sassy” Reuven as he recounts his firsthand report of the legendary Raid on Entebbe. Sassy was a member of the commando unit that took part in the rescue mission of 106 hijacked and kidnapped passengers in 1976. Join us for cocktails & hors d’oeuvres on Oct 11.

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Dementia Caregiver Connection Group –Pilot Program of JFCS at Artis Senior Living

Dementia Caregiver Connection Group –Pilot Program of JFCS at Artis Senior Living

For most couples, going out for a meal or an activity is a normal part of life. But when one of the members of the couple is memory-impaired, even the simplest activity is filled with anxiety and difficulty. JFCS has created a unique program to help caregivers and their spouses with memory impairments to enjoy time out together, combining a caregiver support group with an engaging activity for the care recipient. Join us as a new group begins Thursday September 6th at 10:30am.

The Reality Is..

The Reality Is..

This week, the world was shocked by news of two high profile suicides; yet the reality is there were many more lives that have been lost to suicide. The reality is, in NJ, one person dies by suicide every 11 hours. The reality is, the conversation cannot stop today.

Mother, Can You Not?

Mother, Can You Not?

Join us for a fun-filled evening on Wednesday November 28th, that all mothers & daughters can appreciate. Event includes wine & small bites, vendor shopping, and a presentation by Kate Siegel, author of Mother, Can You Not? Purchase tickets today!

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Mini-Mitzvah Corps for Kids

Mini-Mitzvah Corps for Kids

Families with kids ages 2-10, join us for a day of community service, as well as a surprise entertainer! Any questions please contact Eden Aaronson at EdenA@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 113

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Nosh & Knowledge Presents: Finding Faith In A Godless World

Nosh & Knowledge Presents: Finding Faith In A Godless World

Join us on October 25th at Beth Chaim, as Keith Sachs leads a discussion on the struggles with faith of post-war Jewish children using his late wife’s story of being a hidden child in the Holocaust. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP required by 10/19 to Beth Englezos at Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126

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