From our mental and behavioral health services to our job development programs, The Jewish Board offers a suite of community services to ensure that New Yorkers do not have to navigate the difficulties faced in life without support.
We offer individuals and families a continuum of care to increase their capacity to manage personal wellness, live as independently as possible, and reach their fullest potential. Our community services support New Yorkers of any age, gender, race, sexual orientation, or religion, and our social workers, psychologists, case workers, and psychiatrists speak everything from Spanish and Russian to Farsi and Haitian Creole.
Our services include:
- Mental health services
- Job training
- Community- and group-based counseling
- End-of-life care
- Addiction recovery
- School engagement (The 100 Schools Project)