Accessing Services During COVID-19

In this challenging time, Jewish Family Services is working to make sure people’s needs are met. Most appointments will be by phone, email or online technologies as we limit face-to-face services in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus. If you are a current client in need of assistance, please call your Case Manager or Career Consultant directly.
If you or someone you know needs services, please contact our Access Point by submitting an intake questionnaire here, call (614) 231-1890, or email
accesspoint@jfscolumbus.org.
For general information about and referrals to community services, contact HandsOn Central Ohio by calling 2-1-1 or online: handsoncentralohio.org.
If you are experiencing a mental health or substance abuse crisis, contact Netcare Access. Twenty-four-hour crisis line: (614) 276-2273. Online chat: netcareaccess.org. If we may be of assistance either directly or by connecting you with other community services, please leave a voicemail message or email our Access Point. Be sure to let us know the best way to reach you.

We are in close contact with Jewish community leaders, other human services organizations, our funding partners, and government agencies to ensure community needs are met, as the situation continues to evolve.

But if I am only for myself, who am I?

If not now, when?

Rabbi Hillel

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