Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services
How We Do It: Hope, Recovery and Resilience
Hope, recovery and resilience guide our mission and form the basis of our strategic plan:
To promote recovery, we address all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, employment and education.
We involve individuals—and their families and communities—as partners in their recovery.
We try to prevent problems from emerging in the first place.
We engage in practices that have been proven to help people.
We monitor the progress of the individuals we help to ensure what we do is effective.
Guided by Jewish values and tradition, The Jewish Board serves all New Yorkers.
Who We Are Helping
The Jewish Board provides critical health and human services for all New Yorkers, regardless of religion, ethnicity, cultural background, gender identification, ability or age. We help adults and children living with mental illness, families and individuals who need supportive housing, adolescents who deserve a safe and protected environment within which to recover, people living with developmental disabilities, and New Yorkers who need counseling and mental health services to address specific issues.
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