Caring for Low-Income Children in Need
JFCS East Bay provides mental health services to 2,000 young children and their families, especially those affected by poverty, abuse, and trauma. Serving predominately low-income Latinx and African American families in Alameda County, many of the children are impacted by family separation due to current immigration and incarceration policies.
For children ages zero to five who have been exposed to violence and trauma, our services can help with coping and healing. Our work has a direct impact on children’s future emotional, social, and academic success.