Join the fifth annual Trivia Bash! Register as individuals or teams. February 27 at Brookside Gardens. Learn more and register.
Career Skills and Connections
Make a culture fit assessment by clarifying your purpose & principles, understand the core culture of each prospective workplace, then, decide whether the workplace is right for you.
In this class, along with many of the other classes offered weekly at CSC, you can learn valuable skills to help you find the job of your dreams.
Take some time analyzing who and what ways your network could be helpful.
A service of traditional and contemporary prayers, songs, and readings in preparation for Hanukkah, The Festival of Lights. December 12. Read more.
Formalizing our relationship will strengthen and deepen our collaboration as agencies serving people at critical points in life, ensuring relevant and meaningful Jewish spiritual care.
A service of comfort and renewal on Thursday evening, April 4. The service will help connect to relevant themes and to each other as we prepare for Pesach and for springtime. Read more.
Counseling & Mental Health
Free NAMI course for families of people with mental illnesses. Begins February 26. Read more.
Scott Prywitch and Hayden Rand, will each have many opportunities to immerse themselves in the various programs and services that JFS provides.
An ongoing Jewish support group for grieving individuals begins December 4. Meets the first and third Wednesday each month at the The JCC. Read more.
Family Life Education
Tools and strategies for a healthy parent/child dynamic. Mondays in February. Read More.
A workshop for 9th and 10th-grade teen drivers and their parents to facilitate open communication and trust on Sunday, January 26.
Start the new year with an interactive Learn, Laugh & Love session to enhance your spiritual wellness. January 16 at The Heritage Center. Learn more.
Food, Shelter, and Employment
“JFS is pleased to expand our services through this partnership with FEI to meet the needs of families with food allergies,” said Don Goldman, JFS Executive Director, and CEO.”
Kesher means connection in Hebrew, and it is the spirit of relationship that defines the program.
A community Passover Seder will be held April 20 at Congregation Ohev Sholom. Advance reservations are mandatory and must be received by Wednesday, April 10; fees increase after that date. Confidential financial assistance is available. Read more.
Older Adult Services
There is potential to save thousands of dollars on prescription medications and other healthcare costs. Read more.
Learn about Older Adult Services on July 18. Programs address aging-related issues such as support to maintain a home, transportation, mobility, grief, isolation, and emotional concerns. Read more.
Help@Home helps older adults maintain their independence and provides them, as well as family members, with peace of mind.
Volunteer Spotlight Stories
The pantry relies on our community to keep the shelves stocked. Thanks to Whole Foods Market, and to our dedicated volunteers, the pantry gets much needed produce each week.
“I can’t change the world, but I can help someone get to their medical appointment or out to lunch with a friend, and that makes my job wonderful.”
Having a dedicated AmeriCorps Vista volunteer means that we are able to make a bigger impact for the community.