Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay (JFCS East Bay) is a community-based, direct social and human services organization that serves and supports Alameda and Contra Costa County residents of all ages, races, and religions.

JFCS East Bay offers services to ensure that immigrants and newcomers are informed about their rights as immigrants, understand their options, and have the resources and representation they need as they seek a legal pathway to citizenship.

JFCS East Bay is recognized by the Department of Justice as a legal service provider with multilingual accredited representatives and a team of immigration attorneys. We represent immigrants and refugees from around the world as they apply for immigration benefits, appear before the Immigration Court, and navigate government decisions. With services offered in Dari, English, Farsi, Russian, and Spanish, we support immigrants and ensure immigrants’ rights, with a focus on keeping families together in the United States.

For Refugees

Our resettlement program services a diverse population in the East Bay, from family and parenting support to health system navigation and mental health services. Refugees can request help in a variety of ways.

Immigration Law

Our Immigration Legal Services include general immigration assistance, removal defense, and specialized legal assistance for Afghans.

For Older Adults & Aging

Our services for older adults include many resources for aging advice along with specific support in home care. We also have support groups, including a Holocaust Survivor program.

For Children, Youth & Families

JFCS East Bay offers many services for children, youth, and families including preschool consultation, and therapy when determined beneficial.

Jewish Community Care

Our Jewish heritage and faith are exemplified in our care for the Jewish Community in the Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. We offer counseling for students, a safety net program, support groups, disability services, and more. We also have a special program for Holocaust survivors.

Service Area
East Bay
Alameda County Office
2484 Shattuck Avenue, Ste. 210
Berkeley, CA 94704
Contra Costa County Office
2151 Salvio Street, Ste. 350
Concord, CA 94520
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