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JFCS community programs integrate Health and Wellness, address Food Insecurity, and provide support for Holocaust Survivors. These initiatives not only ensure the physical well-being of community members but also uphold their dignity and honor their resilience.


Our Health and Wellness programs offer essential services such as psychiatric evaluations, mental health treatment, medication management, and other activities that help promote overall well-being. Concurrently, addressing food insecurity, through community-driven efforts such as our food pantry and Kosher Meals on Wheels programs, ensures that vulnerable individuals, including Holocaust Survivors, have access to nutritious meals, alleviating hunger and promoting better health outcomes. 


By integrating these elements, JFCS of Monmouth County community programs create a nurturing environment that emphasizes the importance of collective care, empathy, and inclusivity.

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