Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) is a 146-year-old human services organization with a strong reputation for quality, high-impact services that each year benefit more than 22,000 people of all faiths, races, ages, incomes, and abilities. JFS works to reduce hunger and prevent homelessness, provides quality mental health services to children and families, offers job training and placement for people with significant barriers to employment, and provides support to help older adults maintain a high quality of life.
The Refugee Mental Health Program at Jewish Family Service provides a holistic approach in providing accessible mental health services for refugees who have resettled in Colorado. Culturally aware therapists provide individual and family counseling to help clients attain not only psychological stability, but recover from trauma and transition to healthy work, school, family relationships, and adaptation to a new culture. We offer outpatient counseling services in our office and in the community, psychiatric services for clients who require more in-depth medical attention, and interpretation for refugees with no or limited English-language proficiency. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid.
This organization does not have any active projects at the moment.
Submitting this form does not constitute a commitment, only interest in volunteering. We will reach out with more information shortly after submittal.