At Family & Children’s Service, the vision of our founders, which has benefited the community for more than a century, continues to guide us as we work to fulfill our mission to provide compassionate care, intervention and education to support people during challenging times in their lives.
Kathleen Vourlos - FCS Director of Nursing
For more than 60 years, FCS has provided home care throughout Monmouth County for seniors and adults with mental, developmental and physical disabilities. FCS Director of Nursing Kathleen Vourlos says Home Care presents a unique opportunity to care for individuals who are at their most vulnerable. “An invitation to provide care in someone’s home is both a privilege and a responsibility,” Kathleen says. “The nurses, the Certified Home Health Aides (CHHAs), Supportive Aides and office staff take that responsibility seriously.”
Board of Directors
Osprey Partners Investment Management, retired
1st Vice Chair
Vice President– Corporate Services
NJR Service Corp.
Richard J. Angelo, Esq.
Zager Fuchs, P.C.
Susan C. Salkeld, CPA
Jahos, Broege & Shaheen, LLP
Assistant TreasurerEric Jaeger
Financial Investment Consultant
Small Business Owner
Daphne Halpern, FAHP, CFRE
Patricia Keating, RN
Vice President, Quality / Risk Management
Monmouth Medical Center Foundation
Rabbi Marc Aaron Kline
Monmouth Reform Temple
Carrie VanSyckel Page
Audena “Dena” Reger, Esq.
Jahos, Broege & Shaheen, LLP
Joanne L. Sadowsky
Board President Emeritae
Paul Stach - Chair, Board of Directors
Mr. Stach, who joined the FCS Board of Directors in 2012, has served in a variety of leadership capacities, including Chair of the agency’s Revenue Task Force. In addition to his volunteer work with FCS, Mr. Stach is a Trustee at the Church of the Nativity Roman Catholic Church in Fair Haven, NJ where he also serves as a member of the Finance Committee and a lector, and has chaired the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. He is also Treasurer of the Monmouth Beach Bath and Tennis Club in Monmouth Beach, NJ, where he and his family are members.
“It is a great personal honor to be chosen as Chair of the Board and to follow in the footsteps of my talented and hardworking predecessors,” Mr. Stach says. “During my tenure as Chair, we will strive to increase our ability to meet the needs of the many who fall between the cracks of our society through existing and new programs; to maintain and improve the strong financial posture of the agency so that it can continue its great accomplishments for the next one hundred-plus years; and to preserve and expand the extraordinarily dedicated and hardworking staff of FCS.”
In December of 1956, Olivia Dutcher, a longtime FCS Board member, invited a group of women to her home to discuss the formation of a Rumson-Fair Haven auxiliary to support the mission of the agency. The informal get-together on a chilly winter day in March 1957 evolved into The Navarumsunk Auxiliary. The group took its name from the Native American tribe that once inhabited the island. Since then, this group of active community volunteers has helped raise thousands of dollars and much-needed awareness of Family & Children’s Service programs and services.
The Auxiliary hosts several fundraisers throughout the year to support the agency. Its premier event, the Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show, now in its 59th year, will take place Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at Branches in West Long Branch.
In the fall, Auxiliary holds its annual Navarumsunk Bridge Benefit, a duplicate bridge tournament and luncheon where Master Points are awarded. The tournament raises more than $5,000 for FCS programs and services annually.
Corporate Advisory Council
Dr. Joseph Binns
Red Bank Gastroenterology
DiFiglia Capital Management, LLC
Craig J. Ford
Lawrence M. Fuchs
The Zobel Foundation
Boynton & Boynton
Lucas Capital Management
John C. Morris, III
Morris, Johnson & Associates, Inc.
Gloria Nilson/GMAC Real Estate
K. Shaw Construction
Bruce S. Thompson
Thompson Memorial Home
Widman, Cooney & Wilson
Thomas H. Yorke
Oceanic Capital Management, LLC
Join Our Team
Are you seeking an opportunity to work with an amazing team of dedicated, compassionate, Mission-focused professionals? Look no further! FCS (Family & Children’s Service), Monmouth County’s oldest, private nonprofit social service agency is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Curent Job Opportunities
4/12/17 – Part-time (Four days/28 hours a week) Human Resources Manager to work collaboratively with agency leadership to implement human resource operations ensuring compliance with applicable federal and state laws and funding source regulations. Responsibilities for day-to-day operations of Human Resources including benefit and salary administration, recruitment, retention, new staff orientation, staff development, performance management and staff relations. Applicant must have minimum of Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years experience in Human Resources. Must be computer literate and proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Outlook is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. Human Resources certification is a plus. If qualified and interested, please forward a cover letter, resume, and salary range requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 732-531-9526.
Certified Home Health and Supportive Care Aides needed to staff cases throughout Monmouth County. Immediate positions available! Applicants for Certified Home Health Aides (CHHA) must have a valid, current license from the New Jersey Board of Nursing. CHHA applicants must also have a valid driver’s license and provide proof of insurance. Call 732-222-9111 ext 114. To apply online for Home Health Care Aide positions, click here.
Family & Children’s Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in any aspect of employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, citizenship status, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, ancestry, pregnancy, ethnicity, or any other legally protected status in accordance with the requirements of federal, state, and local law.