Jewish Family Service staff member recognized | Down the beach

Susan Kotzen Communications and Donor RelationsJewish Family Service of Atlantic CountySubmitted

As an ICMS Case Manager with Jewish Family Service of Atlantic and Cape May Counties (JFS), Moses Gbadebo is an advocate with an unwavering determination to help people with psychiatric illnesses adopt a philosophy of well-being. -being and recovery. A JFS staff member for 12 years, Moses is dedicated to empowering the lives of everyone he works with.

Last month, Moses received the Case Manager Award from the Integrated Case Management Service by the Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies of New Jersey Inc. for his dedication and service. Possessing a vast knowledge of the practice of case management, her attributes and skills help people dealing with mental health issues with kindness.

“I am proud of the recognition Moses has received from the NJ Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies. His work ethic, professionalism, compassion and ability to handle difficult situations with remarkable patience are qualities that Moses displays every day,” said Andrea Steinberg, CEO of JFS.

Led by Debra Wentz, PhD, president and CEO of NJAMHAA, the 70-year-old organization’s mission is to promote the value of its members as the highest quality behavioral health care providers for New Jersey residents through advocacy and professional development.

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