Providing stability and hope in these uncertain times

JFCS’ mission is to improve the quality of life and self-sufficiency of the Jewish and broader communities throughout the Portland metro area in accordance with Jewish values.

Holocaust Survivor Services

Holocaust Survivor Services

Surrounding our community with care

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Counseling (Remotely)

Counseling

Meeting you where you are

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Emergency Aid

Emergency Assistance

Stability and hope in tough times

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Disability Services

Disability Support Services

Access for all abilities

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Mental Health Spotlight

Mental Health SpotlightAs the pandemic continues, so does the challenge of prolonged social isolation. JFCS is here to help with the introduction of our Mental Health Spotlight. Click here to learn more about this important new program.

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COVID-19 Resources

As a Social Service Agency, centered around the delivery of Mental Health services, we are adapting our programs and creating new and innovative ways to safely engage with the populations that we serve. We are committed to providing vital care and connection, especially in times such as these. Click here for Covid-19 updates and resources.

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Weekly Video Chat

Join JFCS for weekly conversations on Zoom about the challenges and anxieties of pandemic living.

Meetings Held:
Every Friday at 10 AM

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Here For All

Jewish Family & Child Service (JFCS) provides social services that improve the lives of adults, families, and children in the Jewish and general communities.

If you are in need of assistance, consult our staff directory, or dial 2-1-1 to connect with 211info and local resources. 

Read our Winter 2021-22 Newsletter focused on JFCS’ Emergency Aid program.

This year’s Thanksgiving Food Box program brightened the season for families and individuals of all ages, including greater Portland’s Holocaust Survivors. Our community partners and generous donations made it all possible.

Enjoy the brief video above about our community coming together to feed more than 600 people!

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