Staff Q&A: Jewish Youth Mentoring Program Manager Becky Lyle Sulkin

Jewish Youth Mentoring Program How long have you worked at JFCS? I have worked at JFCS for five-and-a-half years. I started as a Targeted Case Manager in Mental Health Support Services in October 2015, and became the Program Manager of the Jewish Youth Mentoring Program (formerly Jewish Big Brother/Big Sister) in May 2018. [...]

From the Desk of CEO Judy Halper: March 2021

From the Desk of CEO Judy Halper Other than people who suffer from claustrophobia, who else could imagine that getting into an elevator could strike fear into you? That was my experience the other day. For the first time in a year, I got into an elevator, and I was followed by two other people. I was extremely uncomfortable despit[...]

JFCS statement against anti-Asian racism and violence

In the past year, there has been a significant rise in anti-Asian racism and violence in the United States, including the tragedy this week in North Georgia where eight people were killed at three separate spas. Six of the people killed were Asian and all but one were women. At Jewish Family and Ch[...]

Volunteer Spotlight – March 2021: Judy Witebsky

This month’s featured volunteer is Judy Witebsky, who is one of the original founders of the “Keeping the Spirit Alive” Caregiver Conference that JFCS co-hosts. This year’s caregiver conference will be held virtually on Sunday, May 2. For more information on the event, click here! What[...]