JFS Support GroupsA support group is a place to explore your relationships, work through complex emotions, and share the life experiences that have made you who you are today. You’ll likely find that you’re not alone in the challenges you face, and you’ll get compassionate advice, encouragement, and the chance to practice new ways of thinking and behaving among people who can relate to the things you’ve been through. Call us at (877) 537-1818 to get connected.


  • Bereavement Support Groups – If you are grieving the loss of a loved one, join one of our bereavement support groups facilitated by Rabbi Aliza Berk to help you connect with others on the mourner’s path toward healing. Learn more>>
  • Domestic Violence Therapeutic Support Group – Open to women who have previously or are currently experiencing any form of abuse in their relationships. Discuss areas of your life that have been impacted by abuse and connect with other women who have shared similar experiences. Learn more>>
  • Al-Anon Family GroupsAl-Anon – Alcoholism is a family disease. Friends and family members of problem drinkers are invited to share their experiences and learn how to apply the principles of the Al-Anon program to their individual situations. Learn more>>
  • Mood Disorder Support Group – Open to all individuals with mood-related mental health diagnoses (i.e. bipolar, depressive & anxiety disorder). Interact with others with similar experiences and learn how to set manageable goals in an understanding, educational, and social environment. Learn more>>
  • PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbian and Gays)PFLAG Support Group – Made up of parents,  families, friends, and straight allies united with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT), PFLAG is committed to advancing equality and societal acceptance of LGBT. Discuss your experiences as a family member or friend of someone who “came out” to you and learn about issues in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Learn more>>
  • Psychotherapy Group – Process thoughts and feelings about the challenges you experience. Topics may include self-esteem, identity issues, interpersonal and family dynamics, anxiety and depression, career and work-life balance, and life transitions of all kinds. Learn more>>
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