JCADA is Hiring!
JCADA is seeking a Manager of Jewish Outreach and Partnerships to further educate the broader local Jewish community about power-based violence, appropriate responses, and the resources available for victims.
"Like tiny seeds with potent power to push through tough ground and become mighty trees, we hold innate reserves of unimaginable strength. We are resilient."
- Catherine DeVrye
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
If you or someone you know is experiencing power-based violence, please call our free & confidential helpline at 1-877-885-2232 or click below to learn more about the clinical, legal, advocacy and crisis services we provide for victims and survivors.
WHAT ARE THE
Power-based violence is when violence is used to maintain power. Examples include intimate/ partner abuse and violence, sexual abuse & violence, workplace/sexual harassment, stalking, elder abuse, and online harassment. Read about the warning signs of power-based violence.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
JCADA's services are 100% free, but that is only made possible through the generosity of people like you. We are grateful for and rely on our committed donors to provide support for those most vulnerable in our community.
JCADA was founded in 2000 by a coalition of women to address domestic abuse in the Jewish community. It has grown to support victims of power-based violence regardless of faith.
JCADA offers a variety of prevention, education, and training workshops, each tailored to your group's specific need.
In just the last year, JCADA...
Provided direct services to 1335 clients, an increase of 70%
Engaged in 50% more victim and survivor advocacy efforts
Experienced a 63% increase in clinical services for victims & survivors
Provided healthy relationship education to 5,600 teens & adults, an increase of 24%
FRIENDS OF JCADA
Receive free access to regular programs,
advocacy opportunities, and
critical organizational updates.
$180 if 36 years and older
$72 if 35 years and younger
* Supporters who give $15 or more per month
are automatically enrolled in Friends of JCADA.