The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, also known as JBFCS, is one of the largest, nonprofit mental health and social service agencies in the United States. The agency serves more than 65,000 people annually in New York. It offers internship programs in social work and psychology to students. The agency manages the Center for Trauma Program Innovation, which develops clinical innovation work groups. The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services also operates Institute for Infants, Children and Families, which offers consulting solutions. The agency administers the Jewish Bereavement Support Group Program. It manages the New York City Self-Help Center and the New York Jewish Healing Center. The agency offers programs that address topics, such as parenting and aging.