JFS and Community Foundation Boulder County Partner to Offer Counseling Sessions

In response to multiple tragic events over the last year, Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) and Community Foundation Boulder County have partnered to offer counseling services to Boulder County residents.

The program offers up to $500 towards five individual counseling sessions (a maximum of $100 per session), or up to $875 towards five family counseling sessions (a maximum of $175 per session) and provides a pool of licensed providers from which to choose.

The program supports the behavioral health needs of those affected by the 2020 Cal-Wood and Lefthand Canyon wildfires, recent Boulder shooting or COVID-19 pandemic. JFS invites individuals and families that have been impacted by any of these events to select a local licensed behavioral health provider at jewishfamilyservice.org/boulder-counseling.

Behavioral health services are available to Boulder county residents until April 2022, or until all funding allocated for this purpose is expended, whichever comes first.

For more information about this program, call 720.248.4686.

About Jewish Family Service

Founded more than 150 years ago, we currently offer more than 30 programs and services, including food security, housing stability, mental health counseling, aging care, employment support, and disability services. JFS takes a holistic approach, assessing the various needs of the individual or family and provides the appropriate services all from one organization. JFS serves everyone regardless of race, faith, gender, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.

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