COVID-19 Update: Monday, October 5, 2020, 10:04 AM

 


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Please note: The inside of the JFS Orlando building is closed to the public until further notice, but our programs and services are still OPERATIONAL.

JFS staff are still on-duty and managing programs via phone and digital means to work with clients when possible. Below is a list with the operational status for each JFS program and service:

JFS Orlando CARES is our new COVID-19 relief rental assistance program. The program is open to qualifying Orange County residents, and it may provide up to two months of rental assistance. Funds will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about this program or to apply for assistance, visit the online application at www.jfscares.smapply.io/.

• The Pearlman Emergency Food Pantry will remain open Monday – Thursday 9AM – 4PM. To pick-up food, please complete this form or call 407-644-7593 to schedule an appointment.

• The Counseling, Growth and Development program is operating via telehealth counseling sessions. To schedule a telehealth appointment, please complete this form or call 407-644-7671.

• The Family Stabilization Program is operating via phone and email. If you are a current client of the program or you are interested in applying, please call 407-644-7593 ext. 250 (City of Orlando & Seminole County) or ext. 236 (unincorporated Orange County).

• The Reliable Independent Drivers for the Elderly (RIDE) program is still operational, but only via phone and email. If you are a current client of the program or you are interested in applying, please call 407-644-7593 ext. 249.

• The Chaplaincy program is still operational, but only via phone. If you are a current client of the program or you are interested, please call 407-644-7593 to connect with our Community Rabbi.

• The Volunteer program, Legal consultations, and Computer lab are cancelled until further notice.

We need your help now more than ever.

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