Covid-19 Virtual Gatherings:
An Open Forum to Manage the Stress Surrounding Covid-19 and What CT's Reopening Means For You
Schoke Jewish Family Service is offering weekly Zoom sessions to help community members manage the stress of the Coronavirus outbreak. Each session will be facilitated by members of the Schoke JFS Kuriansky Family Counseling Program. These webinars are open to anyone in the community. Registration is limited to twelve participants per session. Participants may register for one session per week.
Facilitated by Lois Meyer, LMSW and Valerie Gutman
Facilitated by Dr. Lee Combrinck-Graham and Toby Lazarus, Ph.D.
Facilitated by Eve Moskowitz, LCSW and Amanda Hirsch-Geffner, LCSW
Coping with CoronavirusEmergency Fund
Schoke JFS continues its commitment to serve the community during these uncertain times.
To ensure we can meet the expanding needs of our community, 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.
Hear from Rebecca how Schoke JFS is supporting her and many others during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Support the Freedberg Family Kosher Food Pantry
The Freedberg Family Kosher Food Pantry is accepting donations of perishable and non-perishable foods.
Contact Rebekah Kanefsky at RKanefsky@ctjfs.org to arrange drop off or for more information.
Suggestions from Schoke JFS about speaking to your children during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Visit www.CDC.gov for more information on COVID-19