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For 80 years, Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS) has been the safety net for individuals and families in the Greater Pittsburgh community. JFCS is focused on supporting community members through all of life's changes and challenges by offering programs and services for every stage of life and constantly evaluating and innovating services based on changing times and changing needs.

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JFCS Career Development Center assists clients who are starting a career, considering a job/career change or were recently laid off, to search for and land a quality job. Special programs are geared towards helping mature workers, legal immigrants, professionals with mental health issues, at-risk youth and more.
JFCS Counseling Services offers encouragement and supports the emotional well-being of individuals, families and our community. Areas of specialization range from child therapy and blended families to marital discord, anxiety and depression.
JFCS Guardianship Services provides the support and resources to protect and care for our community's most vulnerable individuals who are incapacitated and unable to manage their own financial resources and/or unable to make informed medical decisions when there is no one else to care for them.
JFCS Immigration Legal Services works with individuals and families to help them to obtain or retain legal status to ensure they are in compliance with the law.
JFCS Refugee & Immigrant Services offers support to refugees and immigrants so they thrive in our community by connecting them with critical resources for acclimating to live in our country.
JFCS Senior Services helps our community's seniors maintain their independence while supporting their caregivers and loved ones by providing services and resources to ensure a fulfilling life.
JFCS Squirrel Hill Food Pantry offers relief through food assistance and supportive social services for those who are struggling with food insecurity and hunger. Social services help identify and solve emergency situations first, and then address additional underlying issues while providing long-term solutions.