- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

NEW YORK (AP) - A nonprofit has transferred $75 million of programs and services to another agency as it winds down operations.

Federation Employment and Guidance Services filed for bankruptcy in March. The transferred programs and services assist over 8,000 people across New York City and Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

The programs are being taken over by The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services. They include 850 apartments, six mental health clinics and three day programs for adults with mental illness.

Almost all of the nearly 800 people employed by the services have been offered employment by The Jewish Board.

The Jewish Board now becomes the largest human services nonprofit agency in New York City with a total annual budget of approximately $250 million.



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