The Rothenberg Center for Family Life

The Rothenberg Center for Family Life helps individuals and families develop wellness practices to promote social, emotional, and physical health. Services include character education trainings (educators, athletic coaches, parents and students), breast health and primary care nurse navigation services, as well as diabetes and nutritional self-management supports.

Character Education Group Trainings

  • Acing Anger
  • Communication that Works
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Coaching Champions
  • Healthy Relationships: Adolescents Making Good Choices
  • Parenting the Teenage Brain
  • Social Challenges: Teasing to Bullying

Women's Health Network

Educates women about breast health and the importance of annual screenings. Nurse navigation services help women connect with care providers and screening facilities including the mobile mammography van. This program is funded through a partnership with Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey.

Wellness Network

Helps individuals sustain healthy and vibrant lives. Services include linkages to health care providers, medical system navigation, patient advocacy, tools for communicating with providers, nutritional supports, and strategies for managing chronic conditions.

Personal Parent Support

One-on-One interventions to help individuals sort out a specific issue or problem, get clarification, or discover a new insight to strengthen relationships.

Economic Recovery Center (ERC)

A confidential resource designed to help individuals gain financial literacy and achieve economic self-sufficiency. Topics include:

  • Family Support
  • Financial Literacy
  • Parenting in Tough Economic Times
  • Recession Survival Skills
  • Recovery Workshops

These programs have been made possible by the generous donations from The Jewish Federation Foundation of Atlantic and Cape May Counties and Hafetz & Associates.

When group support or personal coaching is not sufficient, JFS offers counseling to families and children.

For more detailed information about the Rothenberg Center, please contact Sharon Simon at 609-822-1108 x152 or email