Quarantine depression continues to be felt by many, while there is promising on a possible “end” to the pandemic, honing coping skills now can help keep depression at bay.
JFCS is proud to continue our internship program during this challenging time. Our intern Emmanuelle Farrell, shares her experience working with seniors and our food distribution programs during the pandemic.
In recent years, changes to tax laws have impacted how individuals make charitable contributions. Our partners at Lear & Pannepacker LLP help explain the changes and alternative giving options.
A message from JFCS in honor of the holiday.
Many of us had already faced disrupted holiday celebrations or special occasions during this pandemic, but the upcoming holiday season can pose new challenges, new stressors. See our comprehensive resource guide for tips and support.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, in these difficult times of COVID-19, we all look to support each other and, particularly, to give extra attention to you who are taking care of your loved ones.
Our registered dietitian shares helpful tips for staying on budget and preparing healthy holiday dishes.
JFCS and Secure@Home were proud to partner with Greenwood Hospice Team to present on hospice myths and truths.
Feeling stressed about the election? How to cope with anxiety & uncertainty in the days and weeks ahead
Mental health care is one of the core services of JFCS. We recognize that the election is causing increased anxiety, on top of heightened stress due to the pandemic. We are sharing important tips on how to manage your mental health through this process.