There are about 14,000 children in foster care in Pennsylvania alone in 2018, half over age thirteen. Each of these children needs a forever home.
Jewish Family Service is excited to introduce Pam Haddad, our new Family Based Mental Health Therapy Program Director.
Pam brings decades of experience working with parents and children to the table.
Bob and Gail Gaynes’ challenge grant has helped to enhance fundraising efforts at JFS. Learn more about the Gaynes and their gift.
“We think the Legacy Program helps insure the future of these important services for those who follow.” Read more about Ed & Esther Beck’s participation in the Legacy program with Jewish Family Service.
JFS is pleased to welcome its newest therapist, A.Jay Horowitz, to our community. Read more about A.Jay’s skills and expertise.