Jewish Community Services (Greater Baltimore, MD)

Jewish Community Services (JCS), a non-profit human service agency, was launched July 1, 2008 through a consolidation of four existing social service agencies – Jewish Family Services, Jewish Vocational Service, Jewish Addiction Services, and Jewish Big Brother/Big Sister League – under the auspices of THE ASSOCIATED: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. These four original agencies have rich histories, the oldest of which dates back to 1856.

Uniting the agencies into a seamless, integrated human service organization made it possible to provide a broad range of services that effectively respond to the diverse, multi-dimensional needs of those in our community.

JCS offers:
• Short term consultation services to help people address life’s challenges

• Mental health services including counseling and psychiatric services

• Addiction treatment

• Career services to find a job, enhance career skills or start a business

• Resources for seniors, caregivers, adults, parents and more

• Services for children and teens including counseling, Jewish Big Brother/Big
Sister, teen outreach, and the Mitchell David Teen Center

• Prevention education related to addictions, HIV/AIDS and risky behaviors

• Special needs services for people with disabilities, including counseling, community-based
support and residential services

• Service coordination to help families, seniors and new Americans access resources

• Hospice support services for people whose live have been affected by terminal illness

• Safety net services such as the Jewish Community Food Fund

• Volunteer opportunities


5750 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

Jewish Community Services (Greater Baltimore, MD)
5750 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215