JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF THE CINCINNATI AREA

Strengthening Lives in Times of Need

Cincinnati, OH   |  www.jfscinti.org

Mission

Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati strengthens lives and our community by providing professional social services to individuals and families in times of need.

Ruling year info

1960

CEO

Liz Vogel

Main address

9395 Kenwood Road Suite 100

Cincinnati, OH 45242 USA

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EIN

31-0744786

NTEE code info

Human Service Organizations (P20)

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Our programs

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Aging and Caregiver Services

By helping older adults age with dignity and maintain their
independence, Jewish Family Service’s experienced professionals strengthen the lives of older adults and the lives of their families
• Center for Holocaust Survivors: Jewish Family Service provides Holocaust survivors with case management; home visits; restitution assistance; counseling and referral; social therapeutic activities; free hearing tests; and safety/adaptive equipment.
• AgeWell, a one-call connection to community resources
• Care Solutions for Aging Parents
• CareLink private pay geriatric care management practice responsible for assessing, managing, and overseeing the total care needed to live well and thrive
• Care Management
• Supportive Counseling for families
• Center for Russian Speakers- Just as Jewish Family Service helped more than 2,000 emigrants from the Former Soviet Union navigate the challenges of resettlement two decades prior when they emigrated, its newly-established Russian Speakers Senior Center helps this population navigate the challenges of aging, connecting them to their peers and the Jewish social service community.

Population(s) Served
Seniors

Adoption Connection

When helping to build a family (regardless of age, number of

children, or marital status), the Adoption Connection program of

Jewish Family Service strengthens lives by providing experienced

and respectful guidance.

• Ohio-licensed private adoption agency

• Domestic and international adoption services

• Home study assessments as required by Ohio law

• Pre-adoptive and post-adoptive counseling

• Celebrate Adoption support group for adoptive families

Population(s) Served
Adults

The Jewish Family Service Education and Mentoring program enriches lives by providing interactive learning opportunities for all, and supportive direct services for to help youth grow to be successful adults.

• Bigs & Littles Youth Mentoring promotes the healthy development of youth ages 9-12 by matching them 1:1 with positive adult role models who guide them in developing social-emotional skills necessary to succeed in school and life.

• Mental Wellness Education

• Relationship violence prevention programs

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Adults

When families or individuals are in crisis, they can count on Jewish Family Service Barbash Vital Support Center to strengthen their lives by providing assistance with medical or utility bills, and case management to support their efforts to attain self sufficiency, socio-psychotherapy activities, and food from our Heldman Family Food Pantry .

• Jewish Family Service Food Pantry

• Cincinnati Pesach Delivery Project

• Jewish Mental Health Case Management

 

• Counseling and psychotherapy

Population(s) Served
Adults
Economically disadvantaged people

Where we work

Affiliations & memberships

Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies (AJFCA) 1973

National Council on Aging 1999

Financials

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JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF THE CINCINNATI AREA

Board of directors
as of 09/12/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Larry Juran

ANDREA LEVENSON YOUNG

MARK MILLER

SUSAN LERNER SHORR

MAX YAMSON

LARRY JURAN

DAN RAPP

MARCUS SASKIN

MELANIE BLUMENTAL

AMY DIAMOND

STEVE MOMBACH

LEV ORLOV

CHRIS OWENS

NINA PAUL

DAVID SCHIMBERG

SCOTT M SLOVIN

PAUL SPITZ

TOM SMITH

MICHAEL SUTTER

NANCY STEINBERG WARREN

SHEPARD ENGLANDER

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