Victims of Crime

JFS provides vital services to clients who have been the victim of a crime.  The services are provided both to those who have been hurt in the past by childhood physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, and to more recent victims.

Crime Victims have experienced domestic violence, burglary, assault,  the loss of a loved one to homicide, and many other crimes.  The needs of these clients are addressed by providing:

Emergency Crisis Counseling to help them cope with the immediate aftermath of victimization;

Ongoing  individual, couples, family, or group mental health counseling to enable them to understand and integrate the events and minimize any long-term effects; 

Case management to help them access and effectively use community services so they can continue to function at home, at work, and in society; 

If you or anyone you know needs these services, call (210) 302-6920 or (210) 533-1112 and the receptionist will direct you to someone who can help you.

United Way San Antonio The Jewish Federation