Join us on Sunday, June 26th for Vivian’s Farewell!
Learn about the Mary and Charles Oshinsky Apartment Program
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Learn about the Sally and Robert Goldberg MOST™ Program
Become a leader with the Future Leaders Network
Learn about our Residential Program
Learn more about our Hevra and Tikvah Programs with the JCCGW
Learn about the Bruce K. Smith Sibling Network
The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the independence, dignity, choice, and community inclusion of individuals with disabilities, regardless of faith or creed. JFGH’s programs support more than 200 individuals in over 70 sites throughout the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Support is provided through JFGH’s residential, transitioning youth and social programs.
Congratulations 2015-2016 MOST Participants!: We recently celebrated the Sally and Robert Goldberg MOST Program 2015-2016 transitioners and their wonderful accomplishments. The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and ARC of Northern Virginia were recognized as MOST Program Partners of the Year for Maryland and Virginia, respectively. We are so proud of our MOST participants and congratulate them on their achievements! Maryland: Andrew,... Read More
Strides to Thrive – New Date! Sunday, August 21st: Strides to Thrive benefit walk will now be held on Sunday, August 21, 2016! If you have friends and family who would like to attend, they can still register at www.stridestothrive.com. We’ll also have walk-up registration the day of the event. If you have already registered, we’re excited to see you! The walk will take place at the... Read More
SIBLINK: A Quarterly E-Newsletter of the Bruce K. Smith Sibling Network: Each quarter, the Bruce K. Smith Sibling Network publishes SIBLINK, an e-newsletter that includes information about events, resources and research relevant to siblings. The main highlight is Sibling Scribblings, an article written by a sibling who shares their heartwarming and honest story about the struggles and triumphs of being a brother or sister of an individual with disabilities. Read... Read More
Send your “Vivian Love Notes” (i.e., tribute, photos, poem, story, quote) to TFTV@jfgh.org and help us celebrate on Sunday, June 26 at Vivian’s Farewell Party!