Jewish Family Service of Saint Paul

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Who We Serve

Jewish Family Service of St. Paul services approximately 1,500 individuals annually within the greater east Metro area. We meet the needs of our clients regardless of their religion, race, ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, age or gender.
We serve:

  • Men, women, children, couples and families seeking counseling
  • Seniors who wish to remain in their homes
  • People seeking to improve their employment situation
  • Caregivers who seek information and support
  • Individuals and families facing difficult transitions
  • People planning a hospital stay
  • Parents struggling to raise their children
  • Individuals who are isolated and need emotional and spiritual support
  • People facing economic emergencies
  • People needing information on community services
  • Immigrants and refugees

What We Do

Jewish Family Service of St. Paul offers programs to individuals and families to assist them in obtaining the skills and resources they need to meet life’s challenges with dignity.

  • Employment services
  • Counseling services
  • Aging and Disability Services
  • Caregivers support and training
  • Family Life Education Programs
  • Various support groups
  • Family consultations
  • Hospital stay and discharge planning
  • Kosher Meals on Wheels
  • Community Chaplaincy
  • Depression screenings for seniors
  • Financial assistance
  • Information and referral services

From the blog

Dec 20th

Twin Cities Para-Chaplaincy Program

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