Jewish Family & Career Services is happy to announce that we have been selected to participate in a consortium, led by Seedco, for the Heath Exchange in Georgia. The consortium has been awarded funding to provide Health Navigator services in our area. These services are designed to help those in need of assistance with the process of enrolling in the correct health insurance plan for their personal needs. For more information, please see the Seedco press release.
We are grateful to those that shared their story with us.
HAMSA, or Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse, is a comprehensive substance abuse program for the Jewish community that is building bridges between Jews affected by substance abuse and their families and the support of the Jewish community. Together with clergy and members of the community, JF&CS’s HAMSA program is working to dispel the myth that Jews are not affected by substance abuse and addiction issues. HAMSA serves the community as an all-inclusive resource for education and clinical services relating to substance abuse; offering Jews affected by addiction and their families a coordinated and sustained path to sobriety informed by Judaism.
Ben Massell Dental Clinic volunteer dentist, Richard Weinman, was recently featured in a Fox 5 Atlanta story, "Too many toothaches taking over ERs".
In addition, the winter 2013 issue of the Northern Dental Society’s The Daily Mirror includes two nice articles about our Celebrating a World of Smiles event and Dr. Emile Fisher receiving his honor. Check it out.
Some highlights from the group's first art show, featuring artwork by artists in the Developmental Disabilities Services - Tools for Independence ArtWORKS program. ArtWORKS promotes our clients' prevocational skills through the marketing of their artistic creations while providing a therapeutic outlet. For more information about ArtWORKS please visit www.artworksatl.com.