Caring for an elder is a responsibility and a privilege. To assist older Jewish adults and Holocaust survivors, we partner with multiple programs to help meet their basic needs and help them age in place with a sense of independence and dignity — and the comfort of knowing that they are not alone.
We partner with programs that provide food at congregate meal sites and through home-delivered kosher meal services for low-income Jewish seniors and Holocaust survivors. Food pantries offer free groceries at multiple locations in the Los Angeles area.
Weekly social/support clubs for European and Russian-speaking Holocaust survivors, senior centers, and congregate meal sites provide opportunities to socialize and helpful services for our aging population.
Senior service centers provide case management, referrals, meals, socialization, and health and wellness programs throughout L.A.
Provides legal assistance to survivors relating to reparations, pensions, caregiving, will preparation, housing, and elder abuse.
Provides financial assistance to survivors relating to reparations, pensions, caregiving, will preparation, housing, and elder abuse.
In Home Care For Survivors
Subsidies for in-home care for Holocaust survivors who require more hours of support to remain in their homes.