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Shaker Heights
Ohio
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sister Association
The Jewish Big Brother Big Sister Association (JBBBSA) helps at-risk children become confident, competent and caring individuals by providing them with professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with caring adult mentors. Cleveland’s Jewish Big Brothers was formally organized in 1919

Growing up is hard work! Children today face problems we never dreamed of when we were young. A mentor can make a difference as to whether or not a child succeeds in developing the self-esteem and confidence necessary to grow into healthy, productive adults.

Affiliated with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) since its founding, JBBBSA makes meaningful, supervised matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and Jewish children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18. The Littles typically are from single-parent families, recently resettled immigrant families, and/or families with special circumstances.

JBBBSA’s model of professionally-supported youth mentoring has been affirmed by rigorous, ongoing external evaluation. A nationwide impact study, conducted by Public/Private Ventures, comparing boys and girls who were matched with Big Brothers and Big Sisters and an equal number of children waiting to be matched, found that 18 months after spending time with their Bigs, the Little Brothers and Little Sisters, compared to those children not in the program, were:
• 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs
• 27% less likely to begin using alcohol
• 52% less likely to skip school
• 37% less likely to skip a class
• 33% less likely to hit someone
They also found that the Littles were more confident of their performance in schoolwork and getting along better with their families.

The Jewish Big Brother Big Sister Association is a division of Bellefaire JCB. More information can be found online at www.jbbbsa.org or by calling (216) 320-8385.
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Beachwood
Ohio
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland (JFSA)
Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland (JFSA) is a contemporary behavioral and health organization which has served the greater Cleveland community for over 135 years. JFSA provides health and behavioral health services, including support for individuals with intellectual and/or development disabilities and mental illness; skilled nursing and home health care; home‐delivered meals; domestic violence and crisis intervention services; and comprehensive services to Holocaust survivors.

JFSA seeks to be a recognized leader among behavioral health and human service providers.

For more information call 216.292.3999.
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