Jewish Family Service Association (JFSA)
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland, a private, non-profit organization, serves to strengthen families and individuals in both the Jewish and general communities. Guided by traditional Jewish values of communal responsibility and social justice, JFSA is committed to enhancing every individual's ability to thrive in the community.
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland (JFSA) is a contemporary social services and health care organization which has served the greater Cleveland community for over 145 years. JFSA provides individuals and families solutions to face life’s challenges with confidence.
- Achieving Potential – Helping people with mental illness and developmental disabilities achieve greater independence and inclusion.
- Caring at Home – Providing solutions seniors and other adults need to continue to manage their independence and live healthier lives.
- Empowering Youth – Strengthening the role teens and young adults play in our community.
- Strengthening Families – Helping families achieve self-sufficiency in the face of financial crisis, homelessness, or domestic abuse.
- Alyson’s Place Medical Clinic
- Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Caregiver Support
JFSA Caring at Home: Holocaust Survivor Support Program
Comprehensive services to Holocaust Survivors, including counseling and case management, personal care, social activities, and help with reparation claims.
JFSA Strengthening Families: Family Violence Services
Nationally recognized domestic violence prevention and outreach.
JFSA Achieving Potential: Counseling and Psychiatry Services
Helps individuals manage life transitions, resolve personal crises, learn new ways to behave more effectively, and cope with personal emotional upset and/or mental illness through a therapeutic relationship with trained mental health professionals.
JFSA Achieving Potential: Therapeutic Services
Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) CET is an evidence-based practice that helps people with schizophrenia and related mental illnesses improve their processing speed, cognition (attention, memory and problem solving), and social cognition (the ability to interact wisely with others). Cognitive skills are enhanced though computer exercises, group exercises and homework. CET...
JFSA Caring at Home: Lifeline Mobile Medical Alert
Easy-to-use unit that provides immediate access to community resources in the event of an emergency.