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Providing comprehensive assessment, consultation, planning, coordination of services, and advocacy to help with the challenges of aging.
Support services and social programs tailored to the unique needs of individuals and families impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias.
Monday – Thursday, 10:00am – 2:00pm, at JFS – Joan & Irwin Jacobs Campus, appropriate for clients with dementia and physical challenges.
Offers bilingual, in-home support and resource navigation for those living with a breast cancer diagnosis.
Assistance for individuals and families in crisis, including resource navigation, service coordination, and one-on-one support.
Areas of specialty include mood disorders, bereavement, aging, domestic violence, and issues impacting couples and families.
Supporting economic stability by helping clients research, prepare for, and secure steady employment.
For individuals experiencing family violence. Services include: crisis intervention, support groups, safety planning, and resource coordination.
Empowering the next generation of women leaders and working together to create social change Part of our Teen Leadership initiative, Girls Give Back is
Low-interest auto loans and financial education for credit-challenged working families.
A volunteer-supported food pantry, operating an onsite Corner Market and community food distributions for military and low-income families in San Diego.
Interest-free loans for business development, education/job training, car purchase/repair, and other goals focused on helping individuals and families become self-supporting.
Ready to step up and give back? We’re looking for the next generation of leaders to help us fight hunger in San Diego. Hand
A volunteer supported delivery service, providing kosher meals and wellness checks for older adults and those who are homebound by disability.
Assistance with green cards, immigration documents, citizenship and naturalization classes and petitioning for family members.
Assisting Jewish clients diagnosed with a serious mental illness with goal setting and other forms of support focused on independent living.
A unique mentoring program for Jewish children, ages 6-16, who are being raised in a variety of family situations—often by single parents, grandparents, or legal guardians.
Offers financial assistance to students from the San Diego Jewish community who plan to attend college or vocational school.
Junior Leaders empowers middle school students, grades 6-8, to learn about social issues facing their community and teaches them how to make a difference.
Cuando se trata de cáncer de mama, cada historia es diferente. Enfoquémosnos en la tuya.
Helps parents find positive solutions to common childhood behavior issues, reducing parent-child conflict and preparing children for school success.
Comprehensive services for newly arriving refugees referred by the US Refugee Program.
The Safe Parking Program provides a safe and welcoming environment for unsheltered families and individuals living in their cars.
Care management, home care, and emergency assistance services for low-income Jewish Holocaust Survivors.
Social day programs providing education and enrichment activities, exercise, entertainment, and hot kosher lunch for adults ages 60+.