Now Hiring: Homecare Aides

JFCS welcomes people with a growth mindset to our team. Homecare Aides Aides will provide in home care to seniors in Jefferson County. Duties include: personal care, meal preparation, light […]

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Finding Support in Community, Maintaining Sobriety

The difficulties and isolating effects of living during an ongoing public health emergency are impacting all of us, especially those who are trying to maintain their sobriety. Sarah* joined a […]

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Virtual Feeding Families Food Drive

Thursday, August 20 – Friday, September 18, 2020 People are having a hard time making ends meet. YOU CAN HELP.Join us in the 2020 Virtual Feeding Families Food Drive Benefiting the […]

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JFCS Career Coaches Working Nationally in the Jewish Community

JFCS Career Coaches, Andrea Brown and Cindy Key, have been accepted by the RISE program. RISE is a new initiative by the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) and JPRO to help Jewish community professionals dealing […]

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Mental Health First Aid

A Virtual Training to Identify, Understand and Respond to Signs of Mental Illness. JFCS believes each of us has the power to be a first-responder when we encounter someone in […]

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Building Momentum With JFCS

After months of job searching since being laid off last year, Colleen* finally received the right job offer, only to have it rescinded as the economic impacts of the novel […]

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Thank Yous

June 30, 2020 marked the end of the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year. JFCS extends a sincere thank you to the following Board Members who have given so graciously and generously of […]

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Refugees and Immigrants in Health Care Careers

JFCS has been proud to host the presentation of the Jeff and Phyllis Osbourn Scholarship at our annual MOSAIC dinner. With the emergence of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this year we […]

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Transforming Community One Family at a Time

When single mom Sherry* first came to JFCS, she was seeking help finding an apartment. She and her kindergarten son Bryce* were sharing a single space in a West End […]

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Refugees, Immigrants and COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis continues to impact communities across the country as individuals face health concerns, furloughs and unemployment. But according to Kristina Mielke, Career & Employment Specialist at JFCS, refugees […]

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JFCS Building Reopening Update

As we continue to follow data related to COVID-19, we have made the decision to continue virtual only counseling, case management and career counseling until at least September 8.This will enable […]

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A Pivotal Moment

JFCS holds a vision for Greater Louisville where all live with dignity and purpose. Our work is to expand possibilities so that each person and every family can meet life’s […]

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Parenting Through the Pandemic

Adjusting to new routines isn’t easy. Let us help. The disruption to our daily routines has challenged parents in many ways. How can you work effectively from home while ensuring […]

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Join Our Team

JFCS welcomes people with a growth mindset to our team and in return offers a generous and comprehensive compensation and benefits package including paid annual leave and sick time, medical and […]

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Here for Times Like These, Here for You

The unemployment rate hit nearly 15 percent today. The number is staggering but inadequate to convey the personal experience in each loss — of a job, a livelihood, a pathway […]

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How Can We Help?

We are all facing challenges because of COVID-19, and many of us are confronting new hardships as a result.If you answer “yes” to any of these questions, JFCS is here […]

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