Unifying Our Human Service Voice
April 29 - May 1, 2018 | Grand Sheraton | Chicago, IL
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agency’s Launch Conference will focus on the role that NJHSA and its member agencies can play to strengthen each other as well as provide the highest level of service to constituents through innovation, service delivery and best practices, successful collaborations, and advocacy and government affairs. Save the date and stay tuned for details surrounding speakers and registration.
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies stands in full support of its member agencies; HIAS, Jewish Family Service of Seattle and Jewish Family Service of Silicon Valley who have joined together in a class action suit against the administration's most recent travel ban. As the administration is persistent in its efforts to restrict refugee immigration policies which threaten the core principles of our country, so too will the Network continue to speak out against these discriminatory practices. We remain firm in our view that our nation was founded with values of respect for all and that our country should remain a haven for all who are fleeing unspeakable violence, persecution and mass starvation. As a Network of human service providers, we work each day to protect and support the most vulnerable among us and seek meaningful opportunities for open dialogue with elected officials to ensure the safety and freedom for all.
June Gutterman & Jim Kahn, Co-Chairs
Reuben D. Rotman, President & CEO
The Network is the membership association for 140+ non-profit organizations in the United States, Canada and Israel who provide a full range of human services for members of the Jewish community and beyond.
The Network strives to be the leading voice for Jewish human service organizations – the go-to resource for best practices, research, innovation and partnerships; strengthening agencies so that they can better serve their communities and the people who need their help.
The Network strengthens and supports our member agencies and the people they serve through a wide range of human services including career and employment, youth and family, healthcare, immigrant and refugee, disability, counseling and mental health, seniors and Holocaust survivors and caregiver support.
On November 5th, 11 early career professionals from member agencies met at the Pearlstone Center in Reisterstown, MD for a 3 day retreat focusing on leadership development. During their time together, the group heard 6 outstanding presentations on topics such as "Effective Leadership/Creating Collaborative Alliance", "Career Mapping: Map Your Professional Journey" and "Clarifying Values & Crafting Your Life's Vision." Click here to view a list of the Fellows and their bios
Proposals are now being accepted for NJHSA's Launch Conference, scheduled for April 29th-May 1st, 2018 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. The conference theme is "Unifying Our Human Service Voice." Click here for more detailed information.
NJHSA is excited to partner with Social Solutions Global, the leader in outcomes management software for human service agencies and organizations. Social Solutions is the provider of Efforts to Outcomes (ETO®) and Apricot Software™, performance management software used by a number of NJHSA member agencies. The partnership will leverage Social Solutions' expertise and experience and the sharing of case studies and best practices that showcase how NJHSA members leverage software to advance their mission. Additionally, NJHSA members will have the opportunity to learn more about Social Solutions' products and nonprofit expertise at the Launch Conference in April 2018.
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