Network of Jewish Human Service Agency's Positions

Hurricane Harvey EMERGENCY RESPONSE Warmline Update

 As the rain subsides, the people of Houston and east Texas are coming face to face with the realities of the disaster and the challenges they face to rebuild their lives. In response, NJHSA and Jewish Family Service of Houston launched an Emergency Support Line.  Learn more here

Statement on DACA

   With our commitment to refugee services firmly rooted in the fabric of our member agencies, the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies strongly opposes the administration's decision to set an end date to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Read the entire statement here.

Statement on Charlottesville

The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies is resolute in its opposition to the openly racist, bigoted and anti-Semitic protests which took place this past weekend.  Continue reading here

Statement in Support of Legal Action in Response to Refugee Ban

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. Learn more here.