Jewish Family And Children’s Service of Monmouth County was incorporated in 1976 and has built a solid reputation as a non-sectarian human service organization. Licensed by the State of New Jersey to deliver mental health and addiction services are held to rigorous standards through regularly scheduled audits.
The Agency’s primary programs target individuals along the entire developmental continuum — children through seniors. Services delivered through these programs include counseling (either in home or in one of the organization’s three offices, intensive outpatient drug treatment, geriatric services, Kosher meals on wheels, Holocaust survivors services, the Hebrew Free Loan program, educational and behavior modification groups, and food support programs.
The organization is governed by a Board of Directors of 23 Monmouth County residents and employs 23 professionals. 100% of the board members make annual donations to the Agency’s 2.6 million dollar budget. The Agency maintains diverse revenue streams as to not become too dependent on one source. The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey supplies about 13% of the annual operating revenue. Other significant sources of revenue include: client fees, a non-profit business venture, one major special event, corporate, foundation and government grants, and bi-annual campaigns.