The mission of Alpert Jewish Family Service is to serve the community and fulfill its obligation of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) by:
- Serving the Jewish community primarily, but not exclusively.
- Providing a wide range of needed social services to strengthen individuals and families.
- Participating in identifying, addressing, and assisting in the coordination of aid for community needs.
- Fulfilling its mission guided by Jewish traditions and values.
2022-2023 United Way Funded Programs
The Community Access Lifeline (CALL Service) provides a streamlined behavior health assessment to the community at no charge. Master-level professionals conduct a comprehensive bio-psycho-social-functional telephone assessment to identify and assess the needs of the caller, the client, and the family, and provide a plan of service for the caller.
As a multi-disciplinary agency with comprehensive wrap-around mental health services, Alpert JFS provides resources, information, and programs that take a holistic approach to addressing mental well-being for individuals, children, and families. Mental health services include counseling, psychiatry, support groups, or other behavioral health services.
Long Term Care Services at Alpert JFS help older individuals maximize their own independence. Care management is a professional service specializing in assisting older adults and their families in meeting long-term care arrangements and accessing community resources. Enhanced Companion staff and AmeriCorps members offer companionship and socialization to isolated seniors.