About Us

About Us

The role of North Jersey Friendship House is to assist persons with disabilities on their path to wellness and recovery with the goal of improving their overall quality of life.

 

North Jersey Friendship House was established in 1964 as a volunteer service of the Teaneck chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. From its humble beginning as a storefront operation staffed by dedicated volunteers, North Jersey Friendship House has grown into an expansive 30,000 square-foot facility. North Jersey Friendship House includes areas for individual and group counseling, vocational and pre-vocational training, a fully operational commercial kitchen and a spacious member dining room.

About Us

The role of North Jersey Friendship House is to assist persons with disabilities on their path to wellness and recovery with the goal of improving their overall quality of life.

 

North Jersey Friendship House was established in 1964 as a volunteer service of the Teaneck chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. From its humble beginning as a storefront operation staffed by dedicated volunteers, North Jersey Friendship House has grown into an expansive 30,000 square-foot facility. North Jersey Friendship House includes areas for individual and group counseling, vocational and pre-vocational training, a fully operational commercial kitchen and a spacious member dining room.

About Us

The role of North Jersey Friendship House is to assist persons with disabilities on their path to wellness and recovery with the goal of improving their overall quality of life.

 

North Jersey Friendship House was established in 1964 as a volunteer service of the Teaneck chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. From its humble beginning as a storefront operation staffed by dedicated volunteers, North Jersey Friendship House has grown into an expansive 30,000 square-foot facility. North Jersey Friendship House includes areas for individual and group counseling, vocational and pre-vocational training, a fully operational commercial kitchen and a spacious member dining room.

About Us

The role of North Jersey Friendship House is to assist persons with disabilities on their path to wellness and recovery with the goal of improving their overall quality of life.

 

North Jersey Friendship House was established in 1964 as a volunteer service of the Teaneck chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. From its humble beginning as a storefront operation staffed by dedicated volunteers, North Jersey Friendship House has grown into an expansive 30,000 square-foot facility. North Jersey Friendship House includes areas for individual and group counseling, vocational and pre-vocational training, a fully operational commercial kitchen and a spacious member dining room.