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 [...]
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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 [...]
Many hearing-impaired individuals have the ability to hear again with the help of a hearing aid but continue to live with their hearing impairment because they lack the financial resources to [...]
Jewish Family Service Association today announced that it has been named to the Top 500 of the 2016 HomeCare Elite®, a recognition of the top-performing home health agencies in the United [...]
JFSA's Horvitz YouthAbility members celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan 16th with an afternoon of family friendly hands-on service projects that will benefit JFSA clients. In [...]
JFSA awards need-based grants, interest free loans and scholarships to full-time students in Greater Cleveland. Funds are distributed each August for the fall term. All students must submit a new application each [...]
JFSA's newest service for older adults is "JFSA Shuttle On The Go!", a handicapped accessible van designed to help clients who need easy transportation around town (within a 15 mile round trip [...]
This year JFSA lost a special family member - Irv Fine (of blessed memory). Irv grew up the youngest of five children, with one brother and three sisters. “They always took care of me,” explained Irv of [...]
The Hebrew Shelter Home is an important part of Lois Davis’s life. “It’s because I grew up a treasured child and was a loved wife,” she explains. “I was very fortunate to have been taken [...]