An organization of 145 adoption agencies that serve Jewish families and children; founded in 1973.
The organization works to coordinate national programs and issues affecting Jewish families and children. It works with local agencies and their communities and speaks out on key issues. In addition, the association works with national Jewish organizations to promote their goals.
The association meets three times a year and produces a bimonthly bulletin.
For more information, contact
Association of Jewish Family & Children's Agencies
3086 State Highway 27, Suite 11
Kendall Park, NJ 08824-0248
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