Emergency financial temporary funds help Jewish individuals, families and seniors in need. Non-perishable food also available through our on-site Winn-Dixie Emergency Food Pantry.
Dupont Counseling Group offers individual, couples and family counseling provided by licensed mental health counselors. Support groups, workshops to the entire community, and in-school therapeutic services for Jewish children, teachers and parents also offered. Call (904) 394-5706 or email@example.com.
Jewish Family & Community Services (JFCS) is honored to sponsor the PJ Library in Jacksonville, sharing books and music with young Jewish families and their children. With generous donations from the DuBow Family Foundation and the Sam Berman Charitable Foundation, JFCS is partnering with the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida, area day schools and synagogues. Our goal is to enrich, engage, and excite families about their Jewish heritage and traditions. The Jacksonville Jewish community has approximately 15,000 residents and covers Duval, St. Johns, Nassau and Clay Counties.
To register, visit PJ Library – Jacksonville.
This program was created to promote acceptance and inclusion in the Jewish community for children with special needs so that they have the opportunity to fully participate in the richness of Jewish educational, cultural and social life. Additionally the Inclusion Program provides full-time staff consisting of special education teachers and school counselors who support parents, teachers, and students in their collective academic at both private day schools, preschools and religious schools through full time staff . Contact Cindy Land for more information via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewish Educational Loan Fund (JELF)
JFCS works with students seeking financial assistance by facilitating the loan application process through JELF www.jelf.org.
Working in partnership, Jewish Family & Community Services (JFCS) and the Jewish Federation & Foundation of Northeast Florida are dedicated to promoting the well-being of all those within the Jewish community who need support and services.
For more information about any of the programs and services offered to the Jewish community, call 904-394-5728.