Even with the unprecedented circumstances of the developing COVID-19 pandemic, please know that our team is still here for you. We continue to be available in many ways for those who need our services.
Call us at 845-354-2121 x140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are accepting new clients and continue to provide counseling to our established clients. We accept many insurance plans, including Medicare. The same quality, affordable counseling services RJFS has always been known for are now offered via telephone or video conferencing so that those who need help can receive it without interruption. During times of stress and extra challenges, it is especially important to make and maintain contact that keeps you strong. Help is just a phone call away — we are here for you!
We specialize in treating depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, stress, food/body image, and marital/ family issues. We also offer bereavement groups for adults who have experienced the death of a spouse.
Our caring and compassionate therapists provide counseling to children who struggle with behavior problems, mood and anxiety disorders, grief, self esteem, ADHD, divorce, and other issues specific to preschoolers through young adulthood. We provide support to parents and caregivers to give them the tools they need to help their children while managing their own stress.
Our social skills groups are now offered online! We provide a welcoming, friendly environment with separate groups for children, adolescents and young adults. Youth who struggle with ADHD, anxiety, and autism spectrum disorders participate in our groups to learn and practice skills to help them make and maintain friendships at school, at work, and beyond!
If you are in need of food and cannot pay for shopping at this time, we can provide you with a set of basic staples. Volunteers will drop the package at your door during this stay home order.
The Older Adult Program provides services for Holocaust survivors, individuals with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, family caregivers , individuals with physical challenges and families who would like assistance accessing Medicaid. Call Doris Zuckerberg at 845-354-2121 x198 or email her at email@example.com to discuss your needs further and explore what we can do to help.
If you or a loved one needs support or information, please call us at 845-354-2121 x140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with one of our licensed social workers.
Please know that our thoughts are with you and your loved ones. We are truly in this together.
ROCKLAND JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE Care for the Entire Community
We offer individual, couples and family treatment for anxiety, depression, bereavement and a host of other mental health issues. We serve clients age 3 to 103. Our professional clinicians are all fully licensed.
Our Rhoda Bloom Kosher Food Pantry is a stable source of food available to all of Rockland County. We strive to serve anyone who is suffering from food insecurity, regardless of religion or affiliation. Inquire today about volunteering to help our distribution.
Older adults often need help finding the services they qualify for, finding care solutions in the home, and finding mental health support as life changes. We are here to help.
Summer camp is a special experience that should be open to each and every kid. We offer a supportive environment for children and teens who need extra social skills, and we work to give everyone a great summer!
Without our dedicated and caring volunteers we truly could not do what we do.
All that we do requires professionals and volunteers working side by side to assure the greatest benefit for the greatest number of people. We depend on you. Thank you.
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