JFCS Mental Health and Counseling program offers compassionate, trauma-informed services to individuals, couples and families facing life’s challenges.
JFCS Emergency Aid Program helps ensure that individuals and families experiencing difficulties in their lives receive services and have access to resources to meet their basic needs and improve their quality of life.
Through its TASK program (Treasuring, Accepting, and Supporting Kehillah), JFCS offers social, informational, and advocacy for community members with disabilities, or for community members caring for loved ones with disabilities.
As a Social Service Agency, centered around the delivery of Mental Health services, we are adapting our programs and creating new and innovative ways to safely engage with the populations that we serve. We are committed to providing vital care and connection, especially in times such as these. For vaccination information, we encourage you to visit Positive Charge PDX.
Weekly Video Chat
Join JFCS for weekly conversations on Zoom about the challenges and anxieties of pandemic living.
Every Friday at 10 AM
Under the management of volunteer coordinator Sammy Monk, volunteers are available to connect with clients and community members, to share a friendly voice in a time of social distancing and to provide support in this unprecedented time.
If you are interested in being a Friendly Caller or have any questions, please visit our Volunteer page, send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 971-716-9587 for further information.
If you are interested in receiving calls from a JFCS Friendly Caller Volunteer, please sign up below or call 971-716-9587 for further information.
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Thank you to all who donated and watched the unLuncheon.