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    Bellefaire JCB helps more than 30,000 youth and their families yearly achieve resiliency, dignity and self-sufficiency through its more than 25 programs. Provides 24/7 treatment for youth and adolescents with a variety of mental health, attachment, and/or substance abuse issues; who demonstrate self-injurious and aggressive behaviors; and/or have moderate to severe autism.

  3. Bellefaire JCB | Child Services - Monarch Center for Autism

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    Founded in 1868, Bellefaire JCB (a not-for-profit organization) is among the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, autism, education and prevention services. Bellefaire JCB helps more than 40,000 youth and their families each year achieve resiliency, dignity and self-sufficiency through its more than 25 programs.

  4. Residential Treatment - Bellefaire JCB

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    At Bellefaire JCB, we offer several distinct residential programs located in secure units on our 32-acre campus. Our programs are accredited by The Joint Commission are specifically ideal for individuals who have: Demonstrated self-injurious, risk-taking and aggressive behaviors.

  5. BELLEFAIRE-JCB is the oldest Jewish social-service agency in Cleveland. It was established in 1868 by the B'NAI B'RITH Grand Lodge #2 to care for Jewish Civil War orphans from 15 states. A large building on 4 1/ 2 acres, formerly Dr. Seeyle's water sanitorium at Sawtell (E. 51st) St. and Woodland Ave., was dedicated on 14 July 1868 as the Jewish Orphan Asylum.

  6. CJH - Bellefaire - Cleveland Jewish History

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    Bellefaire began as an orphanage for Jewish children. During the Civil War years, the B'nai B'rith Midwest District accepted a proposal by Clevelander Benjamin Franklin Peixotto that members be taxed a dollar a year to raise a charitable fund. Women from nine cities were also asked to raise money for the fund.

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    Bellefaire JCB is among the nation’s largest child service agencies providing behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services. B …. Services include outpatient counseling, school-based counseling, prevention and early intervention (including Social Advocates for Youth - SAY), speci …. See more.

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  9. Working at Bellefaire JCB: 99 Reviews | Indeed.com

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    Bellefaire overall was a good place to work, they have great benefits and very supportive co-workers. The downsides are that it can become very overwhelming and quick burn out due to trying to keep up with productivity expectations. Pros. Great Benefits and Supportive Co-workers.

  10. Bellefaire Jewish Childrens Bureau - GuideStar Profile

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    RESIDENTIAL AND GROUP TREATMENT: BELLEFAIRE JCB PROVIDES FOUR LEVELS OF RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT: SECURED INTENSIVE, TRANSITIONAL LIVING, INDEPENDENT LIVING, AND RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR YOUTH WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER. OUR CLIENTS HAVE A RANGE OF EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ISSUES. THEY ALSO FACE A VARIETY OF CHALLENGES RESULTING FROM ABUSE, NEGLECT, CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AND MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS.

  11. Bellefaire JCB Careers and Employment | Indeed.com

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    Bellefaire JCB is among the nation’s largest, most experienced child service agencies providing a variety of behavioral health, substance abuse, education and prevention services. Through more than 25 programs, we help more than 43,000 youth and their families each year achieve resiliency, dignity and self-sufficiency.