Jewish Family Service of Metrowest
Strengthening Lives, Building Community.
Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) provides vital social, health and community services to alleviate suffering, enhance lives and support people in need.
Our programs include: Adoption, Homecare, Geriatric Care Management, Jewish Family Network, Lucy and Joe's Food Pantry, Jewish Family Assistance Network, Kesher 13, Citizenship & Resettlement, Friendly Visitors, Reducing Achievement Gaps, Healthy Partners, Patient Navigator, Guardianship, and more.
- Opportunity & Success in Childhood
- Sufficiency, Independence & Dignity Throughout the Lifecycle
- Connections & Engagement Throughout the Community
Our programs rely greatly on dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, visit our website and click on the link to Volunteer with JFS.
CLICK HERE and learn how JFS Patient Navigator volunteer Elaine Marmer was inspired to join the Patient Navigator team!Read More
Patient Navigators are trained volunteers who accompany senior adults to their medical appointments. Patient Navigators help seniors and their families get the information and care they need while reducing the stress often associated with medical appointments. Our Patient Navigators are especially helpful when seniors' family members live far away, may not be availabl...
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Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) provides vital social, health and community services to alleviate suffering, enhance lives
and support people in need.
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JFS ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF A SERVICE VERY MUCH NEEDED IN THE METROWEST COMMUNITY...Read More
THE AFFORDABLE GERIATRIC CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
For more details regarding this great new service, please visit:
Watch this inspiring video about Ethel, a client in the Patient Navigator Program; a service that is provided within Affordable Geriatric Care Management.
Have an old car taking up space in your driveway?
Donate it to JFS Metrowest!
Why donate?Read More
• Avoid the hassles of selling a car
• No need to pay hefty repair bills
• Free up space in your garage
• 100% tax deductible
Making a donation is EASY!
It's as easy as filling out the online donation form or picking up a phone and speaking to a live operator.
If you have any questions just call one of our friendly operators toll-free at 877-537-4227 or 877 JFS-4 CAR seven da...
On Thursday October 24, 2013, JFS and JFS Adoption Choices had the honor to host a special film screening of the documentary 'Somewhere Between', at the Tempurpedic IMAX Theatre at Jordan's Furniture in Natick. One of the nights attendees, Jenna Lifshatz, wrote a wonderful piece on her reaction to the documentary film.
This is a fabulous documentary that honestly shows the struggles that four adopted teenaged girls have growing up in t...Read More
Thanks to all who came to Mitzvot Day at Hastings House this weekend! You brought so many smiles to the faces of Hasting House residentsRead More
So many Mitzvot in one day...
-Packing and decorating the Personal Care Packages at the Temple
-Lunch at Hastings House
-Presenting residents with packages & crafts created by children
What a wonderful program to teach children caring and tzedakah, linked tightly to Jewish values and community!
Click here to read an article from Sundays MetroWest Daily News about the upcoming Adoption Choices Film event.
The Adoption Choices Special Film Screening will be from 6:30PM-9:00PM this Thursday (Oct 24) at Jordans Furniture IMAX Theatre in Natick MA. Register for the free event here! Registration is required to attend!Read More
Check out this article by The Boston Globe about the upcoming JFS Adoption Choices Film Event.
The Special Film Screening wil be held this upcoming Thursday at Jordans Furniture in Natick. The event is from 6:30-9:00 and attendance is free. Register here!Read More
Friday was the first day of the JamBaby class for children ages 0-3 years at Jewish Family Service of Metrowest on Franklin Street in Framingham.
This popular, once a week music class allows children to sing, play instruments, dance and jam to the music with an adult. The class was led by Wellesley-based Jammin’ with You instructor Chris Lewis of Southborough.Read More