Families find hope, support and answers at JFCS.
WE ARE PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION
101 Years is a long time. Here are some recent accomplishments & recognitions:
We partnered with Boys’ Home Association to form Family Support Services of North Florida, Inc. (FSS)
Achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation for Children & Family Services. This accreditation has been maintained since.
Selected by United Way as pilot partner for Achievers for Life drop-out prevention initiative
Selected by the Department of Health & Human Services as a recipient of the national Adoption Excellence Award
Selected as pilot partner in United Way / 2-1-1 centralized intake phone number
Dupont Counseling Group started doing business as a licensed business division of JFCS
Began providing Holocaust Survivor Support services
Selected by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation as the sole local recipient of their prestigious Neighborhood Builders Award
Selected by the City of Jacksonville and Jacksonville Children’s Commission to be a provider of mental health services in the Full
Service School system
Recognized by Family Support Service of North Florida as Case Management Organization of the Year for 2015 (and again in 2017)
Celebrated a Century of Service to individuals and families in the First Coast. Expanded operations and programs in newly renovated location, the Alan J. Taffet Building, which houses the Chartrand Tolerance Education Center.
Opened the Frisch Family Holocaust Memorial Gallery in the same building.
Completed renovations for the Allison Stein Robbins Building and Max Block Food Pantry.
No person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination under any program or activity receiving or benefiting from federal financial assistance and administered by JFCS. JFCS will ensure that reasonable accommodations will be made for those persons needing special assistance to access our programs and services, and for those persons who are deaf or hard of hearing