Our Commitment to the Community
During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Schoke Jewish Family Service remains committed to ensuring that the vulnerable in our community are being cared for and are safe. We encourage you to reach out to us if you or someone you know needs assistance during these trying times. Our office is not open to the public, but and a member of our staff will be available to assist you. In addition, you may reach out to us for assistance through copingwithcovid19@ctjfs.org or by calling 203-921-4161.

Our Freedberg Family Kosher Food Pantry, Hirsch Home Delivered Kosher Meal Program, Case Management and Emergency Assistance Services, and Hebrew Free Loan program are ready to assist families in need. In addition, we are providing behavioral health counseling through an online platform.

The needs of our community will expand in the months ahead. To meet these needs, we have established Coping with Coronavirus, a dedicated fund that will help ensure that families facing financial distress, food insecurity, unemployment, homelessness, or other losses as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak will receive support in their moment of greatest need.

To join us in supporting these efforts, please give to our Coping with Coronavirus Emergency Fund.

Stay safe and healthy,

Beverly A. Stein, President

Matt Greenberg, CEO

Since 1978, the Elayne and James Schoke Jewish Family Service of Fairfield County has been all about families and community. Our mission is to sustain families and individuals through all of life’s challenges and build strong, healthy communities. An ever-changing, ever-evolving social service agency, Schoke JFS is a presence in the community that continuously responds to challenges with the highest degree of professionalism, so that those who need us the most can benefit from our services. We are constantly adding new programs and services to meet the increasing demands of today’s world. Our seasoned, caring and compassionate staff provides creative, individualized attention to all our clients.