JFCS demonstrates an adaptable nature in developing the mobile pantry, particularly during the pandemic.
In August, JFCS Executive Director Michelle Napell sat down with Peter Crowley for Spotlight on Non-Profits (sponsored by NJM) to talk all about JFCS programs and our ongoing ability to adapt to community needs.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If you or someone you know needs help dial 988 for Mental Health Crisis and Suicide Prevention. Also, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK (8255) If the danger for self-harm seems immediate, call...
Sometimes new routines and new schedules can exacerbate mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. This can be common when children and teenagers experience a change in their routines. What are some ways to address these changes? For parents of small...
JFCS plays an integral role supplying groceries to Greenwood Avenue Farmers Market. Our food pantry mobilized to ensure the market continued to operate.
May is recognized as Older Americans Month and this year’s theme is “Age My Way” with a focus how seniors can plan to live safely and comfortably in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
Each year, May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month to shine a light on the importance of mental health care – something we have all recognized over the past two difficult years. This year’s theme is “Together for Mental Health.”
Cornerstone Community Kitchen provides meals for local individuals and JFCS supplements with fresh produce.
JFCS offers opportunities for awards and scholarships. Learn more about applying.