May is Mental Health Awareness Month

On the national level, this month is mental health awareness month. May was first designated as the month to address the challenges faced by millions of Americans living with mental […]

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Volunteers reflect JFCS’ five values in a unique and powerful way

5 Things I Love About Our Volunteers By Michelle Klecner, Volunteer & Events Manager There’s nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer. My job is fun and rewarding because […]

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Celebrating YOU … Celebrating US!

By Valecia Quinn DEI+ TIC Chair/Director of JFCS Navigate We see it everyday! Women across Jewish Family & Career Services, the Louisville community, throughout Kentucky and worldwide, women are leading […]

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Celebrating Black History Month 

How to participate in Black History Month through education and celebrations This year’s Black History Month theme is African Americans and the Arts. Historically, the arts have been a way […]

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Unleash the Power of Good: Volunteering Transforms Lives and Communities

The start of every new year finds many of us reflecting on the past and contemplating ways to make the upcoming year more meaningful and fulfilling. Whether it’s going to […]

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The power to repair our world!

When one person is hurting, our community is hurting.When one person starts healing, our community begins healing. One of JFCS’s core values is Avodah which translates to service. Service to […]

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L’ Shanah Tovah – to a good and sweet year ahead!

A special message from JFCS C.E.O. Dr. David Finke Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the Jewish High Holy Days, a period of self-examination and spiritual growth. It is a […]

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JFCS helps clients ‘Navigate’ new careers

This article appeared in El Kentubano and the Jewish Louisville Community newspapers It’s 10:05 a.m. on a Tuesday and Lok Chhetri is sitting down with his first client of the day.  The client, an […]

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Addictions Program Reflects our Dedication to the Evolving Needs of the Community

Addiction is a widespread problem affecting millions of people across the country. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, approximately 40.3 million Americans aged 12 and older […]

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Serving seniors is a moral obligation

We find ourselves in a unique era in the ever-evolving human experience. The world’s aging population is now larger and more vibrant than ever before. Over the past 100 years, […]

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Mental Health Awareness Happens Every Day at JFCS

May is widely recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to creating a more open dialogue about the importance of mental well-being and eradicating the stigma associated with […]

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Supporting Transgender Youth: Support Group for Parents and Caregivers of Transgender Youth

You are welcome here. Your family is loved here. At Jewish Family and Career Services one of our core values is Kehilah (Community) which means connections that strengthen individuals and […]

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A Time of Reflection-Valecia Quinn, JFCS Navigate Director

This week we are highlighting JFCS Staff and Board of Directors and what Black History Month means to them. See below for our first highlight. For myself, Black History Month […]

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Celebrating Black History Month at JFCS

JFCS CEO, David Finke, Ph.D. talks about what Black History Month means to him: Black History Month, to me, is the opportunity it provides me personally and professionally as the […]

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“Home and Belonging”-Holocaust Remembrance Day 2023

“First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out—because I was not a socialist.Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out—because I […]

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JFCS & NCJW: Partnering to Serve Our Community

JFCS provides social services to all in Greater Louisville and what really sets us apart is our holistic approach to meeting the needs of everyone we serve. Everyone faces their […]

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