JFCS News

Household Grocery Assistance

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We are able to assist those in need with household grocery delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic. This service is available to community members who are unable to shop during the pandemic, including individuals who are high-risk, home-bound, or self-quarantined Groceries are delivered to the front door, PPE is used Anyone in need of grocery shopping… Read more »

JFCS Older Adult and Adult with Disability Services during COVID-19

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JFCS’s Older Adult and Adult with Disability Services continue to provide robust services for the community. These programs include TAP (the Trusted Advisors Project), Jewish Elder Access and Select Care. Through the Trusted Advisors Project, JFCS provides short-term care management to Jewish individuals and families by helping them build goals and empower them towards those goals. TAP recently guided… Read more »

¡FlaMEXico! Sponsors

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Thank you to our 2019 sponsors! You made ¡FlaMEXico! possible, and a truly anticipated event! We hope that you and our guests found it entertaining and enjoyable. Click here to see all the event photos on Facebook  Watch the video to see a list of our amazing sponsors:

JFCS Welcomes New Executive Team

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Andrea Ballard, VP of Finance & Administration Grover Glenn, OED Coordinator Susan Kasle, VP of Community Services   Melissa Zimmerman, VP of Clinical Services  

Marshall Herron Receives Prestigious Award

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Marshall Herron, Licensed Fiduciary at Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona receives 2018 Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award March, 2018, Tucson, AZ – Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona (JFCS) is proud to announce that Marshall Herron received the prestigious Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award granted by the Community Foundation for… Read more »

2016-2017 Annual Community Report

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Read JFCS 2016-2017 Annual Community Report here:  JFCS Annual Report

Advance Care Planning Workshop – July 10

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JFCS of Southern Arizona along with Interfaith Community Services is offering a free two hour workshop on:       HONORING A LIFE: ADVANCE CARE PLANNING CONVERSATIONS       WHEN:     July 10, 2018 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm       WHERE:  JFCS, 4301 E. 5th Street, Tucson (corner of 5th/Columbus)   Registration is required,… Read more »

Mel Sherman – PCTI Workshop June 6 and 13

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To register for this event visit:  https://tinyurl.com/JFCS-PCTI Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona (JFCS) will offer a free two-part training series for anyone in our community who cares for older adults and wants to understand how past emotional experiences affect them and the people in their care. Caregivers, baby boomers caring for aging… Read more »

Susan Kasle, Vice President of Community Services

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Susan Kasle, Vice President of Community Services, leads JFCS’ programs for vulnerable individuals and families in Southern Arizona including programs supporting the Jewish community. At JFCS, she oversees the Holocaust Survivor Program, Jewish Emergency Financial Assistance, Jewish Elder Access, and programs serving the broader community including senior care management, fiduciary and advisory services, HoME durable… Read more »

JFCS Receives Major Grant from JFNA

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January 26, 2018 Tucson, AZ – Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona (JFCS) is proud to announce it was selected to receive a grant from The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) through the Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care. When combined with matching funds, this award will enable $94,227.00 in new programming… Read more »