Officers and staff of the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey recently visited Jewish Family Service of Central NJ’s Coffee House program, which it funds. The JFSCNJ program, for people with mild memory loss, meets at Temple Sholom in Scotch Plains. The group also toured the JFSCNJ agency in Elizabeth and met with JFSCNJ leadership.
Jewish Family Service of Central NJ has received funding from the Healthcare Foundation of NJ for various programs for more than two decades. The foundation recently funded the Coffee House pogram and has approved spending more than $70,000 in the coming year for a program to prevent homelessness.