To provide innovative, responsive, cost effective, non-sectarian human services that enhance the quality of life for children, families and the aged in our community, while reflecting the shared compassion, ancient wisdom and unifying traditions of Judaism.
In 2014, we celebrated 38 years of providing comprehensive, caring Mental Health and Social Services to the residents of Monmouth County, regardless of their age, income, social status, race or religion.
The JF&CS of Greater Monmouth County continues to serve the community through three offices --Asbury Park, Morganville, Eatontown--, with more than 30 needed and imaginative programs.
Our programs are funded through both private and public donations. With a staff of dedicated professionals, we provide mental health and social services and both individual and group counseling to more than 635 clients a year.
"Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany."
A beneficiary Agency of the Jewish Federation of Monmouth County