It’s okay if you’re not okay. JFCS is here to help.

The traumatic images of brutality and loss coming out of Israel have undoubtedly taken a toll on our community’s mental health. Many South Jersey residents have close personal ties to Israel, including family and friends living there, while others simply feel a strong emotional connection to the Jewish homeland.

Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) understands that this crisis may be an emotional burden for many, and we want you to know that it’s okay if you’re not okay. Support is available through our Faye Manger Counseling Department. Our expert and compassionate licensed clinicians can help you process your feelings of anxiety, fear, depression, and grief. We offer individual counseling, family and couples counseling, support groups, psychiatric medication management, domestic violence support, and more.

Now, our counseling services can be more accessible and affordable to a greater number of community members. Thanks to a generous grant from the Raymond and Gertrude R. Saltzman Foundation, JFCS is able to offer subsidized counseling to Jewish children (age 18 and under) and Jewish seniors (age 60 and up), as well as Jewish adults with disabilities.

To learn more or to request counseling services, please call the JFCS main office at (856) 424-1333 or complete our Request Service E-Form by clicking HERE.