JFCS offers a wide range of support groups that allow those facing challenges to come together and heal through shared experience. Support groups provide a safe and comforting space to build community, find connection with others, and form a more supportive network. All of JFCS’ group facilitators are trained in trauma-informed care.
JFCS Support Groups
For People Living with Disabilities, those in our Hoarding Support Program, older adults and Holocaust Survivors, children, and many more.
For individuals who have suffered the loss of a spouse or partner. Participants will find community, support, strength, and comfort in a warm and professionally guided discussion.
For mothers of young children, exploring all aspects of motherhood from a real, therapeutic perspective. Bloom offers additional programs with an educational focus on maternal well-being and child rearing.
Women & Money
For women who want to learn about a wide range of financial topics, share tips and ideas, and alleviate stress and anxiety around money.
If fees are applicable, they are established on a case-by-case basis. If you are in need of assistance, please do not let financial concerns keep you from calling for help. Payment options may include a sliding scale, Medicare, and/or additional assistance.
Courtney Owen, LCSW, Program Officer, Education and Outreach Services & Mental Health
Mary Boardman, MSW, Youth & Adult Therapist
Carly Chodosh, LSW, Social Worker & Care Manager
Christina Comenos, LCSW, IFS Clinical Program Manager
Laura Flowers, LSW, Financial Empowerment Program Coordinator
Dara Leinweber, Hoarding Program Coordinator & Care Manager
Jasmin Romero, LSW, Care Manager
Kiarra Williams, MA, Art Therapist