The Center’s clients reflect the full diversity of residents of Jerusalem: secular, national religious and ultra-Orthodox Jews, Muslim and Christian Arabs, Armenians, and new immigrants from Ethiopia, the FSU, France, Argentina and the United States. The Centers 15 volunteers also reflect Jerusalem's diverse population. Einat Bahat has a Masters Degree in Non-Profit Management and has been directing the Center since early 2011.
In 2010, the Jerusalem Center assisted 485 clients. Also in 2010, the Center implemented a course of Financial Management Training specifically designed for Ultra-Orthodox men. In addition the Center ran a course in Community Organizing training in partnership with a Conservative Synagogue in the Kiryat Yovel neighborhood. The course included nine workshops that last three hours each, and provided participants with the tools necessary to build and implement a campaign for social change. The Jerusalem Center is currently running a variation on YEDID's flagship Let's Get to Work! course called "A Door to the Future", (funded by the JCF of San Francisco), which provides intensive and individual coaching to participants with a view to improving their earning potential.
The Jerusalem Citizen Rights Center is generously supported by
the Abraham and Sonia Rochlin Foundation.