Events

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 »

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 »

Dr. Richard Carmona: “The Challenge of Brain Health in War and Peace”

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JFCS and the Mel Sherman Institute on Mental Health are proud to present a free public lecture featuring Dr. Richard Carmona, who will discuss the responsibility of caring for the physical and psychological well-being of our veterans and seniors. Dr. Carmona is the 17th Surgeon General of the United States, Chief of Health Innovations at Canyon Ranch, and… Read more »

Shalom in Every Home: Let it Begin with Me

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Please join JFCS & the LEAH program Shalom in Every Home 2-part Family Lecture Series Let It Begin With Me: Building & Strengthening Meaningful Connections with Those You Love Free and Open to the Public. Join us for one or both talks. Where: The Library at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Rd., Tucson, Arizona 85718… Read more »

10 Book Readings Scheduled throughout Community

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To Tell Our Stories

With the variety of dates, times, and locations, there is sure to be a reading that fits your schedule. LEARN MORE about the book “To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona,” the survivors featured in the book, and our unique book readings.

Shalom in Every Home Healthy Family Lecture Series

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Please join JFCS & the LEAH program for these community talks. Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Rd. Tucson Arizona 85718 Free and Open to the Public. Seating is limited. Sunday, April 30, 2017  |  11am to 12:30pm | JCC Library Nourishing Love & Happiness: Mindfulness Techniques & Relationship Health Speaker: Shari Goettel, LCSW Incorporating the… Read more »

To Tell Our Stories Book Reading

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To Tell Our Stories

Holocaust Survivors whose autobiographical stories are featured in this JFCS-produced book will read excerpts from their stories and answer questions from 10-11:15am on Friday, April 21, 2017 at Handmaker, 2211 North Rosemont Blvd. Book co-editors Rick Fenwick and Raisa Moroz will discuss the evolution of the book. Please join us to hear these personal accounts… Read more »