JFCS opens new office in Wayne
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JFCS opens new office in Wayne

Rachel Scheff, Lynn Cooper, Janet Finke, Allyn Michaelson, Seymour Schlossberg, Barry Mirsky, Sue Nagler, Susan Greenbaum, and Debbie Harris at the opening of the JFCS office. (Photos courtesy JFCS)
Rachel Scheff, Lynn Cooper, Janet Finke, Allyn Michaelson, Seymour Schlossberg, Barry Mirsky, Sue Nagler, Susan Greenbaum, and Debbie Harris at the opening of the JFCS office. (Photos courtesy JFCS)

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern New Jersey held an open house on September 23 in honor of its new office in Wayne. The agency moved its offices from the Wayne YMCA to its new space at 506 Hamburg Turnpike in the Wayne Commons.

Rabbis Michel Gurkov of Chabad of Passaic County and Rabbi Randall Mark of Shomrei Torah of Wayne after affixing the mezuzot on the new JFCS doors.

JFCS has had a long history of helping people in need in Passaic County, providing high-caliber and essential mental health services.  As the organization looks to the future, JFCS has committed to supporting the community by upgrading its facility in Wayne.

Susan Greenbaum, the agency’s CEO, spoke about the hard work and dedication that went into making the office opening possible, and board president Debbie Harris opened the office with an official ribbon-cutting. Representatives from the office of Rep. Mikie Sherrill’s office (D-11th Dist.) and the Islamic Center of Passaic County were also represented.

The JFCS office in Wayne supports children, teens, adults, and families with mental health counseling provided by licensed therapists.  Most health insurance is accepted, and appointments are available immediately.  The new Wayne office also will be a home base for volunteer-delivered Kosher Meals on Wheels, which go to homebound seniors in Passaic County.

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