November is National Family Caregiver Month, a time to recognize and support those who provide everyday care to their loved ones, in official and unofficial capacities.
The language we use in our everyday lives can either add or reduce stigma surrounding mental health, mental illness and substance abuse.
A message for the Jewish high holidays 2021.
Guilt is a normal, healthy emotion. But sometimes, you may experience unjustified guilt – punishing yourself for something beyond your control. How do you address this emotion and reduce its harmful effects?
September is Hunger Action Month. Now is the time to get hands-on in helping fight hunger here in your community. See how you can get involved all month long!
The concept of boundaries has become more and more discussed in the wake of the pandemic and how we cope with our emotions while respecting others. We tackle how to build boundaries in your relationships as we all emerge from quarantine at our own pace.
After a year that looked anything but “normal,” JFCS was thrilled to host an in-person, limited attendance Annual Meeting on June 1 that marked a hopeful start to our year ahead.
We asked our staff to reflect on how our senior clients demonstrated resilience over the past year, and how they fostered a sense of community through technology.
As restrictions continue to ease, many of us may be facing a return to the office and a different routine than we’ve maintained the past year. With this change can come worries, fear and anxieties, how can we manage the transition?