Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) has been a lifeline for people in need since 1910. Serving the St. Paul Jewish community, the agency's mission is to improve lives by delivering an array of human services including senior services, counseling and early intervention, refugee resettlement, bilingual information and referral, and emergency assistance to those facing financial crisis. JFS also offers the Vocational Improvement Program, which provides career coaching, computer classes for adults, and English as a Second Language.
JFS promotes self-sufficiency while helping community members cope with life’s challenges. Non-denominational services are available regardless of ability to pay.
JFS is an affiliate agency of the United Jewish Fund and Council of St. Paul and the