For the seventh year, JFSA Cleveland has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Plain Dealer. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results of an employee [...]
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Client Art Exhibit June 11-August 27 featuring artwork inspired by American Culture Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage 2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood Ohio 44122 visit www.mmjh.org for museum hours and admission pricing. [...]
Join us for a special evening with Lisa Twerski and David Kohn of the Shalom Task Force for a compelling discussion: "Understanding the Differences in Behaviors in Marriage" The relationship spectrum The [...]
Presented by Jewish Family Service Association in partnership with Shalom Task Force. Shalom Task Force is a national organization that promotes healthy marriages and peaceful family relationships. Join us for this exclusive [...]
In response to the nation's growing demand for geriatric care, CWRU's School of Medicine and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing recently launched Aging in Place, a pilot program developed with [...]
Raising two sons with autism may seem like an overwhelming challenge, but Jeanne understood that with a little ingenuity and a solid care plan, her sons Brent and Stephen could one day live on their own [...]
Jeff is a fourth year dental student at Case Western Reserve University, father to a 2 year-old and a newborn. With a growing family and expenses mounting, Jeff was able to turn to JFSA for help. “Professional [...]
At 89 years old, Estelle is sharp as a tack and living independently in the home she and her husband built 56 years ago. She still does her own laundry and cooking, and enjoys word games [...]
Morton made what most people consider the “right” choices for a successful life. He graduated from college with a degree in business and thought the road to greatness lay ahead of him. But life took a [...]
When Gary was first diagnosed with schizophrenia, the implications of his illness didn't hold much meaning for him. “It was just a word to me,” says Gary, “I didn't understand what it meant for me or [...]