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  • Providing support to Holocaust survivors in our community More

Welcome to Family Services Orange County



Who We Are

We are the social service arm of Jewish Federation & Family Services, Orange County, providing an array of services across the age range to over 6,000 individuals each year in Orange County.


Our Mission

Guided by Jewish traditions of social responsibility, compassion, and respect for all, we provide exceptional human services that support and strengthen people of all ages, beliefs, and backgrounds.

JFFS Wellness Communities

Focus on Healthy, Joyful Living

JFFS Wellness Communities provide residents at six low income housing communities with a cornucopia of services to help them stay healthy, active and connected.This year so far, JFFS has provided close to 1,500 seniors with a full schedule of activities, from yoga, fall prevention, tech training, brain fitness, weight control groups, walking clubs, ethnic drumming and dance, fitness challenges, aerobics, mobility education, memory training, field trips, food distribution, wellness coaching, positive aging groups and more.  





Solomon Society's Annual Guys' Night Out to #dogoodforBlaze

Second Harvest Food Bank 8014 Marine Way
Irvine, CA 92618



Shabbat Shalom Family

Woodbury Community Park, Multi Purpose Room 130 Sanctuary
Irvine, CA 92620



EQ is the New IQ

Samueli Jewish Campus 1 Federation Way

Meal Partners: Let the Matchmaking Begin


The Meal Partners program is off the ground and running with its first pairing of Holocaust survivors and community volunteers. The program brings survivors together with volunteers to share regular meals, expand the survivor's circle of support, and help with tasks that might be difficult to do without help. A lot goes into making matches, such as shared interests, proximity, and old-fashioned chemistry. Over 88 volunteers have come forward to participate. Go to this recent article in the LA times for more information and a great video.

This program is partially funded by Jewish Federations of North America's Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care. We need your support to match these funds. Donate Today









JFFS cognitive health programming generously sponsored by Silverado Care.


Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.