SJFS Services

BeWell Institute

Growing skills and knowledge onsite for agencies, service providers and groups to better support adults in later life
The BeWell Institute: Growing skills and knowledge onsite for agencies and service providers to better support adults in later life

Community Mental Health

Let SJFS experienced, interdisciplinary professional team work with you. Therapy and counseling services are available for children, families, couples, individuals and groups.

EISEP (Expand In-home Service For The Elderly Program)

Expand In-Home Service for the Elderly Program
Providing non-medical care management to help seniors retain their independence and live in their own homes.

Solutions Care Management

Retain independence as you age… Maintain quality of life... Flourish!
Whether you live independently or in a supportive environment, the caring professionals at Solutions can help you enjoy life again.

Upcoming Events

Center for Healthy Living/OASIS classes

Enrolling soon through Syracuse OASIS
o Thursdays,  Jan. 17 & Feb. 14, 1:30pm - 3pm, “Poetry as Spiritual Practice with poet and poetry teacher Gloria Heffernan

o Sundays, 1/6; 1/27; 3/ 3; and 3/31, from 3pm - 5:30pm: “Views on Aging: Through the Movie Lens”, with SJFS Director Judith Huober

o Tuesdays, 2/12-3/19, from 1:30pm - 3:00pm, “Zen and the Art of Graceful Aging” with Peg Miller, LMSW

o Tuesdays, 3/26-April 16, from 1:30pm - 3:00pm, “Zen and the Art of Caregiving” with Peg Miller, LMSW

o Mon-Weds, Feb 4-April 24, 3:00pm - 4:00pm, "Mind AerobicsTM: Mind Sharpener with Ellen Somers. Pre-screening required; contact Ellen.

M-Power U Now Enrolling for Arts and Minds Community

M-Power U — A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss: We are now  enrolling participants for a new section called An Arts and Minds Community on Fridays starting February 16 from 11:30am to 3:30pm at Menorah Park. Contact SJFS Assistant Director Ellen Somers at x. 225 to make an appointment for screening and information!

Syracuse Jewish Family Service...

Building Well-Being in Central New York

For Generations Past, Present and Future