"Nourishing the Therapeutic Relationship": What do ancient Jewish texts and contemporary theory tell us about this? As it turns out, a lot!
JFCS will host a free CEU training on this topic on Friday, Sept. 20, at its office in Golden Valley (5905 Golden Valley Rd).
Faiza Mahamud is a Program Coordinator with ParentChild+
How long have you worked at JFCS and what is your role here?
I started working here in August 2016 and am beginning my fourth program year as a ParentChild+ coordinator. Before I began as an employee, I was actually a participant i[...]
Parent connectors will lead gatherings for families with children ages 0-2
JFCS is excited to announce that it has received a PJ Library Implementing Partner Engagement Grant from the Harold Grinspoon Foundation to expand and deepen engagement opportunities for families raising Jewish chi[...]
Anxiety about school safety is unfortunately on parents’ back-to-school checklist
When I was a kid, I looked forward to the start of a new school year. I liked everything about the process—new clothes, new supplies, new teachers, seeing old friends and making new ones. It was all so e[...]
Mentoring program's new name reflects unique service it offers community
By Becky Lyle Sulkin, MSW, LGSW • Jewish Youth Mentoring Program Coordinator
JFCS is excited to announce that the Jewish Big Brother/Big Sister Program (BB/BS) is now the Jewish Youth Mentoring Program[...]
Workforce development positively influences economy for individuals and businesses
September is Workforce Development Month. Workforce development is an organized set of solutions to meet employment needs, and can address cultural, educational, and systemic challenges, which helps to positi[...]
The heartbreaking events in El Paso, TX and Dayton, OH left at least 31 people dead and many others injured. These horrific events left a hole in the hearts of so many people across the country and the world. What can we do and how can we make any sense of these evil acts of violence? Further, how s[...]