For over 100 years, JFS has been providing services to the greater St. Paul area, responding to the needs of both the Jewish community and the community at large. To learn more about the comprehensive services offered, please click on the corresponding links.
We’ve prepared a short video highlighting several client stories explaining the difference our services have made in their lives. Watch the video By Clicking Here
Our programs include:
Aging and Disability Services – providing case management and healthcare coordination aimed at helping seniors remain safe in their communities. Special initiatives include our LEAP for Seniors (Life Enrichment Action Program).
Help for Holocaust Survivors – JFS is committed to ensuring that all Holocaust survivors receive the services they need to allow them to remain in their homes, living with dignity, for their remainder of their lives.
Employment – If you or someone you know is looking for gainful employment, JFS can help. We provide coaching, job readiness counseling, access to career training and a fully equipped Resource Center open daily.
Counseling – JFS provides individual and family counseling, and we accept most major health insurance programs.
Community Outreach – This service area includes our Family Life Education programs and Community Chaplaincy programs.
- Family Life Education
- What’s Next? – Women who are navigating mid-life challenges are invited to join us for a session of our popular What’s Next? Series where we will introduce some tools and thought-provoking exercises to help you re-imagine new possibilities for the future and to take the first steps in moving forward.
- Shalom Baby – New babies in the community will receive a wonderful basket full of SWAG items including a growth chart, night light, hot/cold pack, and an infant onesie, along with information from Jewish organizations, services and programs here in St Paul to shower baby and family with love.
- Community Chaplaincy – The JFS Chaplain works with people from all communities who are in need of spiritual support and guidance. Community Chaplaincy also organizes and leads the Twin Cities Para-Chaplaincy Program. Click here to read more.
Case Management/Financial Assistance – JFS offers short term community case management to direct people to the services most appropriate to their needs. In conjunction with case management, clients may be able to access financial assistance when they meet program qualifications. Assistance provided includes emergency grants, small unsecured loans and secured loans through the Jewish Free Loan Program. Please call for additional information.
If you’re not sure we have the service you are looking for, please call us at 651-698-0767 and our qualified staff will help direct you to the appropriate resource. You may also contact us through the Contact Us page.