The Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) was originally founded in 1949 to assist Holocaust survivors, refugees, and displaced individuals after WWII. By focusing on their vocational and educational needs, JVS played a major role in the successful integration of hundreds of immigrants into the Kansas City community. Today, JVS has expanded our services to include anyone with a barrier, physical or mental. Our programs include refugee resettlment, rehabilitation services, a sheltered workshop, immigration counseling, interpreter and language services, social integration, and a Dime Store.
Mission: Jewish Vocational Service strengthens the well-being of individuals, families and the community by promoting successful social, cultural and economic integration.
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