Communities always have an opportunity to come together for great causes. Social problems seem to happen for many reasons. Complications have many origins that can bring hardship to people in a community. In New York City, there is the Jewish Board of Family and Children Services which was started in 1874.
Recently the organization acquired another large and diverse nonprofit organization. The Federation Employment Guidance Services (FEGS) was a Manhattan-based social service agency. For 81 years, FEGS provided behavioral and residential services to those suffering with mental health challenges. The Jewish Board of Family and Children Services will take over the portfolio of behavioral and residential services. Thea Jandzio is a well-respected executive program director at The Jewish Board, Inc. who manages the adult and family residential services division.
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