Our counselors, prevention educators and medical personnel provide an invaluable range of services for tweens, teens, and families in a safe, compassionate environment.

Prevention & Education

Our Prevention team travels far and wide to middle schools, high schools, camps, synagogues and community centers. They provide interactive, experiential programming on a wide range of topics relevant to youth and those working with them, including:

  • Leadership development training

  • Substance abuse prevention

  • Comprehensive sex education

  • Violence prevention

  • Healthy relationships

  • Dating violence prevention

  • Self-esteem and body image issues

  • Team building

  • Cyberbullying and bullying prevention

  • Social media education and awareness

  • Diversity training

  • LGBTQ awareness

Our programs are tailored to meet the needs of the organization or school requesting service. And as trends shift and new topics and issues emerge, our staff engages in the creation of appropriate, responsive programming.


Master’s-level therapists with expertise in adolescent development issues provide individual, family and group counseling around a range of adolescent and family concerns, including (but not limited to):

  • Anxiety and depression

  • Parent-teen communication
  • Academic concerns

  • Relationship issues

  • Divorce

We accept insurance (commercial and Medicaid) for counseling services as well as providing a self-pay fee scale. To learn more about our counseling services, send an email to ResponseCounseling@jcfs.org.

Leadership Development

Response for Teens offers programs and special events to help develop the skills and confidence needed to be a great peer leader.

To speak to someone about our Leadership Development programs, contact Alyssa Robbins.

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For assistance or more information, call us at 855.275.5237 or email us at Ask@JCFS.org.