Helping people realize life's potential since 1941
Community Centers Detroit
JVS was founded in Detroit in 1941. The agency began with one staff member and now employs more than 300 people at its four offices in metropolitan Detroit. Throughout its history, the agency has helped thousands of people overcome life challenges. It is an organization with a rich heritage that remains steadfast in its commitment to helping people realize their potential and live their lives with dignity. The agency first began as a women's employment bureau in 1926 and soon expanded to help "hard to place" job applicants, including people with disabilities and holocaust survivors. After World War II, JVS placed discharged and disabled soldiers in employment, and refugees fleeing Europe were assisted. Today, JVS adapts its services to meet the changing needs of our community to help job seekers, people with disabilities, seniors, students, homeless individuals, veterans and people on probation or parole fulfill their needs and attain their goals. The agency also helps business remain resourceful by providing HR consultation, employee recruitment and staffing and cost-effective janitorial, steam cleaning and subcontracting services. Search terms: Non-Profit Organization, Community Center, Homeless Service, Youth Social Services Organization, Veterans Organization, Literacy Program, Employment Center, Counselor, Computer Training School, Veteran Services, Disability Services, Homeless, Employment, Jewish, Veterans, Homeless Services, JCC, Computer Training, NPO, Employment Agency, Nonprofit, Basic Education, Advocacy, Workforce Development, Subcontracting, Employer Services, Job Shadowing, Job Coaching, Vocational Testing, Career Assessment, Employment, Training, Career Development, Job Placement, Senior Adult Services
JVS can be found at Detroit in . The following is offered: Community Centers, Veteran Organizations, Homelessness Resources - In Detroit there are 2 other Community Centers. An overview can be found here.