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Who we help
Whether you or someone you care about are struggling with substance use or problematic behaviours, we are here to help.
Do I have a problem?
Explore our support groups
Join one of our free daily support groups.
Start your day off right, relax and recharge with our guided meditation led by David Kaufman.
An open support group for men working on their recovery.
A safe space for 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals to discuss their issues surrounding substance use, compulsive behaviours, and related mental health issues.
A professionally facilitated support group for religious women in the Jewish community who care about someone struggling with an addiction.
A safe space for women who are concerned about someone in their life struggling with addiction.
For 18-25 year-olds interested in investing in their mental health and well-being.
A safe space for anyone who is woman-identifying and struggling with addiction.
Open to anyone who is concerned about someone in their life struggling with substance use and/or compulsive behaviours.
Support for those who are thinking about changing their relationship with substances and compulsive behaviours.
Are JACS services confidential?
Are JACS services free?
All support groups are free to attend, learn more about them here. For counselling services, you pay what you can, get more information on counselling services.
How do I know if myself or a loved one need help?
You can reach out to us and speak to a counsellor to see if JACS is right for you. You can call us. Or fill out the intake form up top.
What are JACS Support groups?
Do I have to be Jewish to access JACS services?
After reaching out to JACS, when can I expect a response?
We try our best to get back to all inquiries within 24 hours.
What is the process for getting started with JACS?
Please give us a call or fill out the form on this page. Someone from JACS will reach out to you within 24 hours, to understand your needs and connect you to the help you need. We will either connect you to a relevant support group or put in touch with a counsellor for individual support.
If I am currently experiencing a medical crisis, what should I do?
Do I have to be sober or abstinent from problematic behaviour in order to get help from JACS?