Addiction Services

Whether you are interested in residential or outpatient help, counseling or a 12-step approach, the first move to deal with addiction is to call one of these community partners.

  • Addiction and substance abuse education, support, and prevention services for people of all ages. https://jfsla.org

  • Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for at-risk young adults ages 14-28. http://www.aishtamid.org

  • Jewish residential and outpatient addiction treatment and prevention programs. https://beittshuvah.org

  • Comprehensive residential treatment center for men suffering from substance abuse and other harmful addictions. https://chabadrehab.com


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COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES

From counseling to programs for at-risk youth, there is a wide range of services for individuals and families in need. Learn more about our approach to mental health and discover additional services.

  • Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for at-risk young adults ages 14-28. http://www.aishtamid.org

  • Provides mental health and social services for at-risk children, teens, and their families; foster care and adoption; and transitional housing for females 18-24. http://www.avivacenter.org

  • Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and family programs. http://www.chailifeline.org/westcoast

  • Professional therapists provide counseling and mental health intervention for children, teens, adults, survivors of violence, couples, and families. https://jfsla.org

  • 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelters, transitional housing, comprehensive counseling, and education and prevention outreach. https://jfsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Listings and referrals for Jewish education, including day schools, preschools, complementary schools and residential camps. https://jkidla.org

  • Referrals and supportive assistance for LGBTQ Jews, their families, and allies. Monthly support groups for the general community as well as Iranian- and Orthodox-specific LGBTQ teens and young adults. https://jqinternational.org

  • Comprehensive services for children, families, and older adults. Aleinu offers culturally sensitive services for the Orthodox community. https://jfsla.org

  • Critical lifeline for teens that provides social and emotional support. https://jbbbsla.org/teen-programming/#teentalkapp

  • http://www.vistadelmar.org


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CLOTHING AND ITEM DONATIONS/ LOANS (G’MACH)

Whether you want to borrow a piece of medical equipment, donate furniture you don’t use, or need gently used clothes for your family, call these community partners.

  • Clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center and thrift store. https://beittshuvah.org/bts-thrift-store/

  • Collects donations and distributes clothing, housewares, electronics, toys, and more at no cost. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • Loans out free medical equipment to patients of all ages. https://bikurcholim.net

  • Clothing vouchers; clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center; and thrift shop. https://ncjwla.org/community-mental-health-talkline/clothing-assistance-2

  • Provides gently used furniture, appliances, and holiday clothing to families in need. https://tomcheishabbos.org


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EMPLOYMENT

From resume writing to ESL classes to job training to associate degree programs — if you need help with employment, you’ll find it here.

  • If you’re dealing with personal, financial, or legal problems, now you can get all kinds of help in the privacy of a local synagogue.

  • Connects Jews with employment opportunities. Includes resume review, job search skill development, job matching, and retraining. https://tomcheishabbos.org/programs/joblink

  • https://www.jvs-socal.org/

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • Nonprofit college offering a wide range of English language programs. https://laortglobal.com


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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE / SCHOLARSHIPS

If you need financial assistance, call one of these partners.

  • Offers rental, clothing, and disaster assistance for women. https://ncjwla.org

  • If you’re dealing with personal, financial, or legal problems, now you can get all kinds of help in the privacy of a local synagogue.

  • https://www.jfsla.org/

  • http://www.jfla.org

  • Offers affordable, professionally managed pooled diverse abilities trusts that protect government benefits and provide high quality of life. https://jlatrust.org

  • Scholarship for college students, graduate students, and young adults participating in learning and/or research programs in Israel. https://yajewishla.org/marks

  • Case management program with financial assistance for Jews in financial crisis. Contact JFS Central Access for more information. https://jewishla.org

  • Incentives for first-time campers grades 2-12 for Jewish overnight camp. https://onehappycamper.org

  • Educational scholarship for international and domestic Jewish immersive experiences. https://yajewishla.org

  • Provides Jewish students in L.A. with need-based financial aid for post-secondary education https://jvs-socal.org

  • Offers $1,000-$2,000 student scholarships for women in financial need. https://ncjwla.org


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FOOD AND NUTRITION

The community partners listed here provide food assistance ranging from groceries to meals and more.

  • Collects leftover prepared kosher food from catered events and, as well as groceries, and distributes to people in Pico-Robertson area. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • Home-delivered kosher meals and community dining options for seniors and adults with disabilities. https://jfsla.org

  • Kosher meal delivery for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or other serious illnesses. http://www.projectchickensoup.org

  • Free groceries once per month, plus supportive services including free legal assistance, job counseling, Medi-Cal and CalFresh enrollment, counseling, and case management. Detailed schedule available online. SOVA Valley – 16439 Vanowen St. near Hayvenhurst SOVA West – 8846 W. Pico Blvd. near Robertson https://www.jfsla.org/sova

  • Shabbat and holiday kosher grocery delivery and other resources. https://tomcheishabbos.org


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IMMIGRANT RESOURCES

Whether you say “Hello” in Farsi (سلام), Russian (Здравствуйтe) or Hebrew ( שלום ), these partners provide culturally sensitive services to immigrants in need.

  • Orthodox temple located near Hancock Park.

  • Abraham Joshua Heschel Day School, a community Jewish day school, provides a rich dual-curricular education that encourages independent and critical thinking, lifelong learning, self-awareness, and compassion. http://www.heschel.com

  • The Academy for Jewish Religion California is a transdenominational institution dedicated to the training of rabbis, cantors, chaplains, and other Jewish community leaders https://ajrca.edu/

  • Through moments of learning, prayer and simply being able to gather together, Adat Ari El has become our home, our metaphoric navel – the spot at which we connect and our souls are nourished on Judaism in a Jewish environment. http://www.adatariel.org

  • Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School is a K12 school located in Valley Village, CA. We maintain a rigorous general and Hebrew/Judaic studies program, combined with top-notch instruction in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), physical education, and music. http://www.aaedayschool.org/

  • The Marilynn & Kenneth Friedman Family Jewish Learning Community of Adat Ari El is a dynamic, exciting and experiential approach to complementary Jewish Education. Drawing from the vibrant worlds of Jewish camping and youth group involvement, Adat Ari El JLC embraces a wide array of Jewish educational experiences. http://wp.adatariel.org/jewish-learning-community/

  • The Adat Ari El Rose Engel Early Childhood Center offers a loving, warm and welcoming environment where children are valued for their individuality.  We take our inspiration from many sources, primarily Jewish teachings and the Reggio Emilia curriculum philosophy, within a safe, creative and stimulating setting. http://www.aaeecc.org/

  • Prayer is a vital way for us to connect with our deepest most inner self as well as the holiness that surrounds us. Yet each of us has our own mode, our way. that we find enables us to make that connection. Hence in our Beit Tefillah/House of Prayer, we offer a variety of different services, different rooms so to speak, in order to include of as many avenues for people to pray as possible. http://www.adatariel.org

  • Adat Chaverim was founded in 2000 as a non-theistic community that promotes humanism, pluralism, inclusion, and cultural vitality. http://www.humanisticjudaismla.org/

  • Adat Chaverim’s Steinberg Cultural Sunday School reflects the values of Humanistic Judaism, and is built on mutual trust and respect through open and honest communication between teachers, parents, and students. http://www.humanisticjudaismla.org

  • Adat Shalom is a warm and welcoming Conservative synagogue in the heart of West Los Angeles. We are a community whose members care for each other, pray and study Torah with joy, and bring holiness into our lives. http://www.adatshalomla.org

  • The mission of Adath Jeshurun Congregation, a member of the Conservative Movement, is to be a progressive, egalitarian and sacred community dedicated to Torah (learning and tradition), Avodah (prayer and spirituality) and Gemilut Hasadim (acts of loving kindness). https://www.adathjeshurun.org/

  • Addiction and substance abuse education, support, and prevention services for people of all ages. https://jfsla.org

  • Community-based adult day programs in the city (Isak Boruchin) and in the Valley (Conejo Day Program). https://etta.org

  • Ahavas Yisroel Synagogue is an Orthodox Shul near Hollywood. http://www.ayshul.com/

  • Ahavat Torah is a warm, spiritual, and welcoming Jewish community in west L.A. where each person’s presence is acknowledged and valued. http://www.ahavattorahla.org/

  • Since its launch in February 2000, Aish.com has become the leading Jewish content website, logging over a million monthly user sessions with 380,000 unique email subscribers. http://www.aish.com

  • MyAish LA division offers extraordinary trips, exciting events, and meaningful classes to help young Jewish professionals in LA gain a sense of community, powerful personal growth, and a meaningful connection in their heritage. https://www.aishla.com/

  • Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for at-risk young adults ages 14-28. http://www.aishtamid.org

  • The Aleinu Family Resource Center has earned the respect and trust of the Orthodox community through culturally sensitive resources for strengthening individual and family life. https://www.jfsla.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=238

  • Religious, spiritual, legal, emotional, constitutional advocacy and reentry assistance and referral services for individuals in prison, mental health facilities, and the U.S. armed forces, as well as their families. https://www.aleph-institute.org

  • Advocates on behalf of those with drug and alcohol-related crimes to enter rehabilitation instead of incarceration. https://beittshuvah.org

  • We, at the Haifa Foundation, with the help of friends and supporters from around the world, have established projects that affect every area of life in the city. Our achievements include projects in Youth & Education, Community Services, Immigrant Absorption, Culture & Sport, Arab-Jewish Coexistence, and Urban Renewal and Beautification. http://www.haifa-foundation.org/

  • The only Israeli university created by government mandate, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) was established in 1969 with a mission to be an engine for the development of Israel’s Negev region. http://www.aabgu.org

  • The American Committee for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem provides financial support to fund services, capital projects, research and the purchase of equipment for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. https://www.acsz.org/

  • The American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science is a community of dedicated people who share a common vision with the Weizmann Institute in support of our common mission: science for the benefit of humanity. http://www.weizmann-usa.org

  • http://assafharofeh.org/

  • The American Friends of Beit Issie Shapiro, a national fundraising organization with headquarters in New York, provides support for Beit Issie Shapiro a leading innovator in the care and treatment of children with disabilities, and recently named Israel’s most effective non-profit organization in 2011. http://afobis.org/

  • Magen David Adom is Israel’s national ambulance, blood-services, and disaster-relief organization, serving as emergency medical first-responders for the state’s 8.6 million people. MDA is the only organization mandated by the Israeli government to serve in this role, but it’s not a government agency, so it relies on people like you for funding. Through your gift, you’re saving lives. http://www.afmda.org

  • American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) is a national, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3). We exist to connect the passions of Americans to the talent at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the world’s most distinguished academic and research institutions. http://www.afhu.org

  • The American Friends of the Israel Museum (AFIM) was incorporated in New York State in 1968.  The purpose of the organization is  “to foster and encourage the development of liberal arts by obtaining works of art and archaeology for the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, and by obtaining grants, contributions and loans for, and by making grants, contributions and loans to, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.” http://www.afimnyc.org/

  • American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining the financial future of the Israel Philharmonic, a world-class orchestra. AFIPO seeks to broaden the reach of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and bring its message through music throughout the world. The monies raised by AFIPO are directed towards a fund which assists with the operational support of the orchestra and its musical education programs throughout Israel. http://www.afipo.org

  • The AIPAC Southern Pacific Regional Office serves Southern California, Arizona and South Nevada. Through our professional staff located in the area and active lay leaders, AIPAC in the Southern Pacific Region is your home for local events, resources for establishing relationships with your members of Congress and strengthening the bond between the U.S.-Israel relationship in your community. http://www.aipac.org

  • http://www.ajcongress.org

  • Active today in 70 countries, we work to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, create lasting connections to Jewish life, and help Israel overcome the social challenges of its most vulnerable citizens, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Our reach extends beyond the global Jewish community by providing high-impact disaster relief and long-term development assistance worldwide. http://www.jdc.org

  • Magen David Adom is Israel’s national ambulance, blood-services, and disaster-relief organization, serving as emergency medical first-responders for the state’s 8.6 million people. MDA is the only organization mandated by the Israeli government to serve in this role, but it’s not a government agency, so it relies on people like you for funding. Through your gift, you’re saving lives. American Friends of Magen David Adom (AFMDA) is the largest supporter of MDA worldwide. AFMDA is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our federal tax ID number is 13-1790719. https://afmda.org/

  • The American Society for Yad Vashem (ASYV) was established thirty six years ago by a group of Holocaust survivors, spearheaded by Eli Zborowski z”l, to support the crucial efforts of Yad Vashem. With the support of our donors, ASYV is able to strengthen the efforts of Yad Vashem as together we remember the past and shape the future. http://www.yadvashemusa.org

  • The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is a major source of the innovation and brainpower that drives the Israeli economy, and a key to Israel’s renown as the world’s “Start-Up Nation.” Its three Nobel Prize winners exemplify academic excellence. Technion people, ideas and inventions make immeasurable contributions to the world including life-saving medicine, sustainable energy, computer science, water conservation and nanotechnology. http://www.ats.org

  • AFSI in California is your home for local events and resources in strengthening your connection to Israel in your community. http://www.afsila.net

  • APN is the sister organization of Shalom Achshav, Israel’s preeminent peace movement. APN’s mission is to educate and persuade the American public and its leadership to support and adopt policies that will lead to comprehensive, durable, Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Arab peace, based on a two-state solution, guaranteeing both peoples security, and consistent with U.S. national interests. http://www.peacenow.org

  • AMIT is leading the educational revolution in Israel with cutting-edge Jewish values-based education and having a profound impact on Israel’s educational landscape and its society. AMIT is creating an educational sea change with its innovative pedagogical methods. http://www.amitchildren.org

  • Anshe Emes Synagogue is an Orthodox Shul located in Pico-Robertson. http://www.anshe.org

  • This region focuses on combating anti-Semitism and bigotry of all kinds in the counties of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Kern. This work is especially relevant in Greater Los Angeles where so many different cultures and communities live side-by-side. Our initiatives in classrooms and the workplace counteract bias and bigotry in the community. We also provide education and outreach, including pro-Israel advocacy, to the community and international diplomatic corps. http://la.adl.org/

  • Review all eligibility requirements carefully. Please only apply if you meet all requirements. Complete and submit the Brawerman Fellowship online application NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 14, 2022. We will not consider any incomplete applications. When accessing the online application, please register as a Scholarship Applicant.

  • http://www.art-responsa.com

  • ARZA is taking back the Z: unapologetic love for Israel, the land — the people and the State, is at the core of our beliefs. Zionism should not be divisive. And no one faction should be allowed to dictate ownership of “the Z word.” Modern Zionism encompasses our values of democracy, pluralism, and equality. http://www.arza.org

  • Assisting individuals with developmental disabilities in finding jobs in the community and/or academic achievement. https://etta.org

  • Bet Tzedek attorneys help people of all communities and generations secure life’s necessities. Wherever our community is in crisis, Bet Tzedek’s core services and rapid response programs provide stability and hope. http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Atid is Los Angeles’s premiere Jewish Young Professional group; a robust and welcoming community that provides meaningful opportunities for social, professional and spiritual growth at Sinai Temple and beyond. http://www.atidla.com

  • Provides mental health and social services for at-risk children, teens, and their families; foster care and adoption; and transitional housing for females 18-24. http://www.avivacenter.org

  • B’nai B’rith International is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people around the globe. We are a national and global leader in advancing human rights; Israel advocacy; ensuring access to safe and affordable housing for low-income seniors and advocacy on vital issues concerning seniors and their families; diversity education; improving communities and helping communities in crisis. http://www.bnaibrith.org

  • BBYO Pacific Western Region is comprised of chapters along Southern California. We have 14 chapters all over Southern California, representing over 400 Jewish teens in our area. http://bbyo.org/region/pwr/

  • This Jewish community is for those of us who want to live more spiritually enriching lives, who want to make time more precious, our families, friends and loved ones more precious. It is for those of us who want to make our own lives more precious, to make the lives of all people more precious, to make the life of our planet more precious. http://www.bnaihorin.com

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • Synagogue located in Pico-Robertson. http://www.baisbezalel.org

  • Chabad in S Monica offers a wide variety of programs and services to our community. From Holiday programs to summer camps, daily synagogue services to counseling. Chabad in S Monica is the place for your entire family. http://www.jewishsmonica.com/

  • To offer Chassidus, the deeper dimensions of Torah, its vitality and holiness to all Jewish women, which helps women connect the deepest part of their soul to G-d, and to others. Our classes and events are opportunities to bring women guidance, coaching, role models and inspiration to apply these ideals into every aspect of their lives in a joyous way, to help nurture  relationships with their family and community. We teach women how to live in a state of true unconditional love, acceptance, confidence and joy. Every person in the world can gain from our teachings. Our goal is to create events and information that is available in numerous venues to everyone. http://www.BaisChanaCA.com

  • Bais Chana Chabad High School is founded to provide an exemplary well rounded Judaic and general academic education to children in our area.

  • Bais Chana is a warm, non-judgmental second home that wins the hearts and minds of teenage girls, stay-at-home moms and career women, students and grandmothers. The deep friendships made at Bais Chana bring the inspiration back home. https://www.baischanawomen.org/

  • Our day school is founded to provide an exemplary well rounded Judaic and general academic education to children in our area. Its educational policies are inclusive and individualized and they encourage students to utilize their individual potential and strive for excellence. http://www.chabadeducation.com/

  • Synagogue in North Hollywood. https://www.ohrsimcha.net/

  • All-girls school in the Beverly-Grove area. https://www.cde.ca.gov/SchoolDirectory/details?cdscode=19647336934228

  • https://www.cde.ca.gov/SchoolDirectory/details?cdscode=19647336934228

  • We are a family owned Child Care Center established in 2009, located in the heart of West Los Angeles. In 2012, Barefoot was accredited by the CA State Early Childhood Mentor program. In 2017, we were hand selected, as one of the best preschools in West Los Angeles. https://barefootatelier.com/

  • A quaint Orthodox Synagogue in Valley Village, CA led by its spiritual leader, Rabbi Zvi Block. http://bmth-yivv.blogspot.com/

  • Beit Hamidrash of Woodland Hills is the oldest Orthodox synagogue in the West San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. Founded over 25 years ago, we are affiliated with the Orthodox Union and have a small Day School, along with a Talmud Torah program in the afternoons. http://www.beithamidrash.com

  • Jewish residential and outpatient addiction treatment and prevention programs. https://beittshuvah.org

  • A synagogue located in Sherman Oaks.

  • The Beth Din (Beit Din), the rabbinical court, has been the basis of Jewish law and living throughout history and around the globe. The WCRC Rabbinical Court is a respected and accepted Beth Din worldwide. It was founded in 1983 with the encouragement of the Chief Rabbis of Israel. We are ordained and staffed to do all services offered by any Beth Din. We are endorsed by every organization, Rabbi, and community leader for our genuine work that is individually applied to every unique case. Our staff consists of efficient, honorable, and respectable Rabbis. http://www.beth-din.org

  • Free legal counsel including housing, debtors’ rights and bankruptcy, guardianships and conservatorships, employment rights, and government services. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://www.bethhilleldayschool.org

  • http://www.bkb.org

  • http://www.bkb.org

  • http://www.bethshirsholom.com

  • Services for Jewish families with serious illness including short-term housing during treatment, medical referrals, and equipment loans. https://bikurcholim.net

  • http://www.bjela.org

  • http://www.bnaizion.org

  • http://www.bneiakivala.org

  • https://www.jewishla.org/engaging-our-community/board-of-rabbis/

  • http://www.brandeis-bardin.org

  • www.brandeis.edu/bunwc/

  • http://www.brandeis-bardin.org

  • Comprehensive medical care for nonresident seniors including primary medical care, rehabilitation, and home health services. https://lajh.org

  • Clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center and thrift store. https://beittshuvah.org/bts-thrift-store/

  • http://www.btee.org

  • http://ecc.btee.org/

  • http://www.btee.org

  • http://www.calabasasshul.org

  • www.camera.org

  • http://www.alonim.com/

  • http://campjcashalom.com/

  • http://www.ramah.org

  • http://www.templejudea.com/learn/religious-school/camp-zehut/

  • http://www.cantors.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.csmc.edu

  • www.jewishcreativity.org

  • http://www.chabadcsun.com/

  • http://www.chabadla.org

  • http://www.chabadoflarchmont.com/

  • http://www.chabad.com

  • http://www.chabadofconejo.com

  • http://www.chabadofbelair.org/

  • http://www.chabadbw.com

  • http://www.chabad.com

  • http://www.jewishcenturycity.com/

  • http://www.chabadchatsworth.com

  • http://www.chabadofcheviothills.com/

  • http://www.jewishacademy.com

  • http://www.chabadofthevalley.com

  • http://www.chabadlosfeliz.org

  • http://www.jewishhp.org/

  • http://www.jewishmalibu.com/

  • http://www.chabadmtolympus.com/

  • http://www.beverlyhillschabad.com/

  • http://www.chabadnorthhollywood.org/

  • https://www.chabadofnorthridge.com

  • https://www.chabadofconjeo.com

  • http://www.chabadpv.com

  • http://www.chabadscv.com

  • http://www.thechabadnik.org

  • http://www.chabadshermanoaks.com

  • http://www.chabadsimi.org

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/

  • http://www.chabadsc.com/

  • http://www.jccmb.com

  • http://www.chabadconejo.com/templates/section_cdo/aid/1708720/jewish/Foodbank.htm

  • http://www.chabadmarina.org

  • http://www.chabadmm.com

  • https://www.chabadpalisades.com

  • http://www.ChabadoftheValley.com

  • http://www.jewishto.org/

  • http://www.chabadoftopanga.com

  • http://www.chabadofwesthills.com

  • http://www.chabadofconejo.com

  • http://www.chabadconejo.com

  • http://www.ChabadWH.com

  • http://www.chabadonmontana.com/

  • http://www.cpycenter.org/

  • Comprehensive residential treatment center for men suffering from substance abuse and other harmful addictions. https://chabadrehab.com

  • https://www.chaicenter.org

  • Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and family programs. http://www.chailifeline.org/westcoast

  • Our partner offers adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to socialize and build social skills that help keep them connected to and engaged with each other and the Jewish community. https://www.jfsla.org/chav

  • http://www.chedermenachem.com/

  • Interest-free loans of up to $15,000 for diagnostic expenses, behavioral supports, and more https://jfla.org

  • http://www.coejlsc.org

  • http://www.conejojewishdayschool.com/

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://friendshipcircleca.org

  • http://www.magendavid.org

  • http://www.congregationbnaiemet.org/

  • http://www.baisnaftoli.com/

  • http://www.beittshuvah.org/congregation/

  • http://www.bcc-la.org

  • http://www.bethmeier.org/

  • http://www.cbs-scv.org/

  • https://www.kehilasyaakov.org

  • http://www.Mogen-David.org

  • http://www.nertamid.com

  • http://www.nertamid.com

  • http://www.shaareitefila.org

  • http://www.shirami.com

  • http://www.ctjmb.org

  • Provides assistance to those seeking a conservatorship and powers of attorney for adults with diverse abilities. Assists in obtaining Representative Payee status. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://www.cicisrael.org

  • Professional therapists provide counseling and mental health intervention for children, teens, adults, survivors of violence, couples, and families. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.creativeartstemple.org

  • Offers rental, clothing, and disaster assistance for women. https://ncjwla.org

  • http://www.csunhillel.org

  • http://www.democracycouncil.org

  • www.dfi-la.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.bethshirsholom.com/ecc/index.html

  • http://www.leobaecktemple.org/ecc

  • Free elder law services and assistance with conservatorships, elder abuse, and family caregiver rights. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://emunahpreschool.com/

  • http://www.emunah.org

  • Our partner offers adults with special needs residential services and supervised Jewish homes, including group homes and independent housing opportunities, which allow them to live as independently as possible. https://etta.org/

  • If you’re dealing with personal, financial, or legal problems, now you can get all kinds of help in the privacy of a local synagogue.

  • A eight-week vocational training program for young adults with diverse abilities. https://ramah.org

  • Mental health services in Farsi for low-income individuals. https://jfsla.org

  • Services for older adults including care management, counseling, support groups, transportation, and meals. Services available in Farsi and English https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.fidv-bh.com

  • http://www.friendsofjct.org/

  • http://www.shebamedical.com/

  • http://www.fidf.org

  • http://www.fidf.org

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://fcpalisades.org

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://fcla.org

  • http://www.gatewayshospital.org

  • Raising awareness about Jewish genetic diseases and educating the community about the importance of pre-conception genetic screening. https://GeneTestNow.com

  • Collects leftover prepared kosher food from catered events and, as well as groceries, and distributes to people in Pico-Robertson area. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • http://www.haam.org

  • www.haaretzdaily.com

  • http://www.campgilboa.org

  • http://hadassah.org/southerncalifornia

  • One-stop referral service and support services for Jewish families with children with diverse abilities. https://jfsla.org

  • Expressive arts and socialization program for children, teens, and young adults with disabilities using Jewish music, dance, storytelling and improv https://themiracleproject.org

  • http://www.happyminyan.org

  • http://www.hillelhebrew.org/

  • http://www.hatikvahmusic.com

  • http://www.hatzolah.org

  • http://www.huc.edu

  • http://www.helkeinu.com

  • Program for Jewish teens with diverse abilities. https://farwestusy.org

  • http://www.hias.org

  • http://www.818.hillel.org

  • http://www.cpphillel.com/

  • http://www.claremonthillel.org

  • http://www.smchillel.org

  • http://www.uschillel.org

  • http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Services for Holocaust survivors including Café Europa and Café Shalom social clubs, care management, counseling, in-home supportive services, assistance with reparations, financial assistance, and more. https://jfsla.org

  • Free legal support to Holocaust survivors applying for reparations, pensions, and other benefits, as well as general elder law services. https://bettzedek.org

  • Collects donations and distributes clothing, housewares, electronics, toys, and more at no cost. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelters, transitional housing, comprehensive counseling, and education and prevention outreach. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.ikar-la.org

  • http://www.ilanramondayschool.com

  • Interest-free loans to help mitigate the cost of filing immigration papers. https://jfla.org

  •   Looking for ways to fuse inclusion with Judaism? Start here Judaic Learning & Engagement Learn and engage with Judaism using resources that are accessible to all types of learners. High Holiday Resources (courtesy of Matan) Jewish Braille Institute   Start Conversations Bring conversations about inclusion to your school or synagogue. Get ideas on how your synagogue or school can participate. Learn about and implement inclusion program models from one of the American Jewish movements: Ruderman-Chabad Inclusion Initiative Jewish Reconstructionist Communities Union for Reform Judaism United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities Jewish Deaf Resource Center  

  •   Community stories of inclusion

  • http://www.interfaithfamily.com/los-angeles/

  • https://www.iajf.org

  • Iranian immigrants can access services and receive information in Farsi about available resources. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.aliyah.org

  • www.icrfonline.org

  • http://www.icnexus.org

  • http://www.israelmb.org/la

  • http://www.ihf.net

  • Central organizing body of Israeli Americans in Los Angeles. http://www.israeliamerican.org/

  • Services for Israelis in need living in or visiting L.A. https://embassies.gov.il/la

  • http://www.jamoncampus.com

  • JAM, short for Jewish Awareness Movement, is an on campus club servicing numerous college campuses throughout Southern California. Our goal is to provide a framework for young Jews to meet each other, be inspired about their Judaism, and explore their Heritage! http://jamoncampus.com/

  • http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. https://jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • http://www.jewishservice.org/la.html

  • http://www.JCPSoCal.org

  • http://www.jccmb.com

  • http://www.jewishfoundationla.org

  • A central resource for deaf, hard of hearing persons, and the community at large. http://www.jdcc.org

  • Informal mediation services as well as emotional and logistical support to navigate a Jewish divorce. https://jdacla.org

  • https://www.jfsla.org/

  • http://www.jfla.org

  • http://www.jgsla.org

  • Hospice services, spiritual care, and bereavement and funeral services. https://jhcla.org

  • http://www.jewishhistoricalsociety.org

  • http://www.jewishlaborcommittee.org/

  • http://www.holysparks.com/jle.html

  • Religious school classes, B’nei Mitzvah tutoring, family Jewish holiday and Shabbat programming designed for children with autism and other diverse abilities and their families, welcoming to families with children of all abilities.

  • Offers affordable, professionally managed pooled diverse abilities trusts that protect government benefits and provide high quality of life. https://jlatrust.org

  • www.JewishMomsGroup.com

  • http://jewishmusicla.org/

  • http://www.jnf.org

  • http://www.jrf.org

  • http://www.jsu.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.jwv.org

  • http://www.jewishwomen.org

  • http://www.jewishworldwatch.org

  • http://www.jewlicious.com

  • http://www.lajewsforjudaism.org

  • In-home caregivers for seniors and adults. https://jfscare.org

  • Listings and referrals for Jewish education, including day schools, preschools, complementary schools and residential camps. https://jkidla.org

  • Connects Jews with employment opportunities. Includes resume review, job search skill development, job matching, and retraining. https://tomcheishabbos.org/programs/joblink

  • Referrals and supportive assistance for LGBTQ Jews, their families, and allies. Monthly support groups for the general community as well as Iranian- and Orthodox-specific LGBTQ teens and young adults. https://jqinternational.org

  • A program specifically designed for LGBTQ+ Persians and the Persian community at large. https://jqinternational.org

  • http://www.jtnproductions.com

  • https://www.jvs-socal.org/

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • http://www.kadimadayschool.org/

  • https://www.kahaljoseph.org

  • http://kcvc.org/

  • http://www.kehillatisrael.com

  • http://www.kehillatisrael.org

  • http://www.yha.org

  • http://www.kcdancers.org

  • http://kindercircle.org/

  • http://www.kleinchaplaincy.com/

  • http://www.koltikvah.org

  • http://www.koltikvah.org

  • http://www.kollel.la

  • Nonprofit college offering a wide range of English language programs. https://laortglobal.com

  • http://www.lazc.org

  • http://lashaonline.com

  • http://lepetitgan.com

  • http://www.leobaecktemple.org

  • http://LimmudLA.org

  • http://www.lahhs.org

  • http://www.lahhs.org

  • LAJAC helps adults with special needs in Los Angeles access the resources and tools they need to live meaningful, purposeful, and Jewish lives. Through a state-of-the-art website, case management and better coordination between service providers, LAJAC provides opportunities that promote self-advocacy, independence, and accessibility to practical resources.

  • Multi-level senior living services from independent to dementia care. https://lajh.org

  • http://www.jha.org

  • http://www.lajewishsymphony.com

  • http://www.tbala.org

  • maalotla.org

  • http://www.maccabiusa.com

  • http://www.magendavid.org

  • http://www.maimonidesla.com/

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/templates/photogallery_cdo/aid/1074838/jewish/Maimonides-Torah-Academy.htm

  • http://www.makom.org

  • Inclusion program that integrates youth of all abilities with mainstream peers in an after-school social program. http://www.mjcs.org

  • http://www.feelthelight.org/preschool.html

  • Scholarship for college students, graduate students, and young adults participating in learning and/or research programs in Israel. https://yajewishla.org/marks

  • http://www.masorti.org

  • Provides programs for the Israeli community living in Los Angeles.

  • Case management program with financial assistance for Jews in financial crisis. Contact JFS Central Access for more information. https://jewishla.org

  • http://www.mazon.org

  • Loans out free medical equipment to patients of all ages. https://bikurcholim.net

  • Interest Free loans to help pay for medical bills, dental bills and medical equipment. https://jfla.org

  • Affordable independent-living apartment rentals for low-income seniors. https://mhfla.org

  • http://www.mercazusa.com

  • http://www.mogla.org

  • http://www.milkenschool.org

  • http://www.mishkon.org

  • http://www.mishkon.org

  • http://mishkon.org/education/preschool/

  • http://www.moishehouse.org/

  • http://www.naamat.org

  • www.nachshonminyan.org

  • http://www.nashuva.com

  • http://www.nccjla.org

  • http://www.ncjwla.org

  • Clothing vouchers; clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center; and thrift shop. https://ncjwla.org/community-mental-health-talkline/clothing-assistance-2

  • http://www.jewishculture.org

  • https://westcoast.ncsy.org/connect/

  • http://www.nessah.org

  • www.nessah.org

  • http://www.nessah.org

  • www.nfty.org/socal

  • http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Home-delivered kosher meals and community dining options for seniors and adults with disabilities. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.ohelmoshe.com

  • http://www.ohelmoshe.com

  • http://yayoe.org/

  • http://www.ohrhatorah.org

  • Incentives for first-time campers grades 2-12 for Jewish overnight camp. https://onehappycamper.org

  • OneTable is an online and in-person community, empowering millennials not in undergrad (21-39ish) to enjoy and share Shabbat dinners, make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. OneTable makes it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal, and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out. There's nothing better than a great dinner with people you love. Join OneTable for slowing down, joining together, and sharing stories. https://onetable.org/

  • http://www.onefamilyfund.org

  • http://opentemple.org

  • http://www.oremetscv.org

  • http://www.laort.org

  • Located at Valley Beth Shalom, and serving the entire community, this program offers a full range of learning, social, music, art and spiritual Jewish experiences for children, teens, and adults with special needs and unique abilities (ages 3-adult) and for their families. https://vbs.org/ourspacela

  • http://www.pjcenter.com

  • http://www.pnai.org

  • http://www.meretzusa.org

  • http://perutzetzjacob.com

  • Comprehensive services for children, families, and older adults. Aleinu offers culturally sensitive services for the Orthodox community. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.pjalliance.org

  • Kosher meal delivery for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or other serious illnesses. http://www.projectchickensoup.org

  • http://www.pupsforpeace.org

  • http://www.pressmanacademy.org

  • http://www.rccvaad.org

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  • http://www.rza.org

  • http://www.rza.org

  • http://www.rza.org/rzla.htm

  • http://www.rjchq.org/

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.adatariel.org

  • http://lastar.org

  • Educational scholarship for international and domestic Jewish immersive experiences. https://yajewishla.org

  • Provides Jewish students in L.A. with need-based financial aid for post-secondary education https://jvs-socal.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.schwartzbakeryla.com

  • Certified Jewish chaplaincy, palliative care and respite care for individuals facing terminal illness and their families. https://seasons.org

  • Provides gently used furniture, appliances, and holiday clothing to families in need. https://tomcheishabbos.org

  • http://www.imeg.com/secondgeneration/

  • Centers offer information/referral, care management, meal programs, health and wellness, mental health services, transportation, in-home care, home safety modification, MSSP, and more. Financial pre-screening for Jewish free burial. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.secjerusalem.org

  • www.sephardictemple.org

  • http://www.shaareiam.org

  • http://www.shalhevet.org

  • http://www.shalominstitute.com

  • http://www.shalomla.com

  • Free resources and support offered by telehealth for Jewish families facing breast and ovarian cancer, and increased genetic risk—before, during and after diagnosis. https://sharsheret.org

  • http://www.israeliweekly.com

  • https://www.facebook.com/shefataste

  • www.shefafund.org

  • http://www.shemayisrael.co.il

  • Social enterprise venture that provides employment and internship opportunities for young adults with diverse abilities. https://shalominstitute.com

  • https://sfi.usc.edu/

  • http://www.sholem.org

  • sholem.org

  • http://shtibl.com

  • http:/www.sijcc.net

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • Palliative care and psychological support for individuals facing a chronic disease or terminal illness. https://skirballhospice.org

  • Free groceries once per month, plus supportive services including free legal assistance, job counseling, Medi-Cal and CalFresh enrollment, counseling, and case management. Detailed schedule available online. SOVA Valley – 16439 Vanowen St. near Hayvenhurst SOVA West – 8846 W. Pico Blvd. near Robertson https://www.jfsla.org/sova

  • Supportive services, including meals, support groups, counseling, transportation, and more, offered in Hebrew for Jewish Israelis with cancer. https://standbymela.org

  • http://www.israelbonds.com

  • Offers $1,000-$2,000 student scholarships for women in financial need. https://ncjwla.org

  • http://www.synagogue3000.org

  • https://www.sftpa.com

  • http://www.birthrightisrael.com

  • http://www.tashbartorathayim.com/

  • Critical lifeline for teens that provides social and emotional support. https://jbbbsla.org/teen-programming/#teentalkapp

  • http://www.valleyshul.com

  • http://www.aftau.org

  • http://www.adatelohim.com

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org/religious-school/

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • http://www.templealiyah.org

  • http://www.templebnaihayim.org

  • http://www.templebnaihayim.org

  • http://www.bethelsp.org

  • http://www.bethelsp.org

  • http://www.templebethhaverim.org

  • http://www.templebethhaverim.org

  • http://www.tbhla.org

  • http://www.tbhla.org

  • Hand Crafted, Locally Sourced Judaism Wherever you are on your journey; observant, reform, conservative, returning, secular, converting, questioning, researching Bar or Bat Mitzvah, the important thing is you are here and we welcome you. Make yourself at home in our Shul, a vibrant center for Judaism on the East Side. We are small, friendly, haimish, inclusive, egalitarian independent neighborhood synagogue, and we believe in making Judaism available and accessible to all who seek it. We serve the communities of Northeast Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley and beyond – our doors are open to everyone including interfaith and same sex couples and families. Everyone participates! http://www.tbila.org/

  • http://www.tbsdeafjewish.org

  • http://www.tbsdeafjewish.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • https://www.templebethzionla.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.templeetzchaim.org

  • http://www.templeisaiah.com

  • http://www.templeisaiah.com

  • http://www.tiohdayschool.org/

  • http://www.tioh.org

  • http://www.templejudea.com

  • http://www.templemenorah.org

  • http://www.nermaarav.org

  • http://www.nermaarav.org

  • http://www.trz.org

  • http://www.templeofthearts.com

  • http://www.templeshalomsb.org

  • http://www.temple-sinai.net

  • http://www.temple-sinai.net

  • http://www.ajc.org

  • http:// www.jewishcreativity.org

  • http://www.fcla.org

  • http://www.laguardians.org

  • Links to support groups and services at synagogues and agencies that provide information on Jewish bereavement, mourning rituals, and other grieving resources. http://jewishbereavement.org/

  • www.jewishla.org

  • http://www.makeitcountproject.com/

  • http://www.marinashul.com

  • Expressive arts and socialization program for children, teens, and young adults with disabilities using Jewish music, dance, storytelling and improv. https://www.themiracleproject.org/

  • http://www.tnsconejo.org/

  • http://www.pressmanacademy.org

  • http://www.bneiakivala.org

  • http://www.mysunshineclub.com/

  • http://www.jewishto.org

  • Shabbat and holiday kosher grocery delivery and other resources. https://tomcheishabbos.org

  • http://www.templemenorah.org

  • http://www.cjs.ucla.edu

  • http://urj.org/psw

  • http://www.uahc-psw.org

  • http://www.ou.org

  • www.ujc.org

  • http://ujc.org/youngleadership

  • http://www.ushmm.org

  • http://www.uscj.org

  • http://www.usy.org

  • http://www.unisyn.org

  • http://www.6PointsSports.org

  • /html/valley_alliance.htm

  • http://www.valleybethisrael.org

  • http://www.valleybethisrael.org

  • http://www.vbsds.org

  • http://www.vbs.org

  • http://www.valleykollel.com

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://valleyfriendshipcircle.com

  • http://www.valleyjcc.org

  • http://www.vosla.org

  • http://blog.vths.org/

  • http://blog.vths.org/

  • Counseling services for children with emotional, behavioral, learning, and developmental disorders. http://www.vistadelmar.org

  • http://www.vistadelmar.org

  • http://www.vfi-usa.org

  • http://www.biu.ac.il

  • http://www.westcoastncsy.com

  • Social services for Russian West Hollywood residents over 18 years old. Recreational and social services for older adults. https://jfsla.org

  • Senior programming including wellness classes, holiday/social programs, and programs for frail seniors. https://westsidejcc.org

  • http://www.westsidejcc.org/early-childhood/preschool/

  • Art & literacy program for youth

  • 323-852-8512

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • www.waort.org

  • http://www.israelbonds.com

  • http://www.wizo.org

  • http://www.wlcj.org/pacificsw/contact-us.html

  • http://www.circlesocal.org

  • http://www.tbala.org

  • Inclusive Jewish social, recreational and educationalprograms for kids and adults with developmental disabilities. https://yachad.org/losangeles/

  • https://ykla.org/

  • http://www.yula.org

  • www.yula.org

  • http://yayoe.org/

  • http://www.yiddishkaytla.org

  • http://www.yiddishkaytla.org

  • http://www.youngisrael.org

  • http://www.youngisraelofcalabasas.org

  • Young Israel of Century City (“YICC”) strives for excellence. The Shul’s primary purposes are: to offer an uplifting spiritual prayer experience; to impart a wide-ranging education of Torah Judaism and Religious Zionism; and to inspire its members to live a life of learning, leadership, and involvement in the Jewish community and society at large. YICC values the inclusion of people of all ages, embracing its members and guests in a warm and welcoming environment. http://www.yicc.org

  • http://www.ou.org/network/new/ca-la-yihp.html

  • http://www.yila.org

  • http://www.yion.org

  • http://www.youngjudaea.org

  • /html/younglead.htm

  • At-risk teen boys have a safe environment six days a week with intervention, socialization and a weekly parent support group. http://aishtamid.org/drop-in-center/

  • http://www.ajula.org

  • http://www.zoa.org

  • http://www.zoa.org


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INCARCERATED SERVICES

Incarcerated Jews and their families should contact the partners below for support and advocacy during incarceration and after.

  • Religious, spiritual, legal, emotional, constitutional advocacy and reentry assistance and referral services for individuals in prison, mental health facilities, and the U.S. armed forces, as well as their families. https://www.aleph-institute.org

  • Advocates on behalf of those with drug and alcohol-related crimes to enter rehabilitation instead of incarceration. https://beittshuvah.org


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LEGAL SERVICES

For free legal services, see the options below.

  • Free legal counsel including housing, debtors’ rights and bankruptcy, guardianships and conservatorships, employment rights, and government services. https://bettzedek.org

  • If you’re dealing with personal, financial, or legal problems, now you can get all kinds of help in the privacy of a local synagogue.

  • Informal mediation services as well as emotional and logistical support to navigate a Jewish divorce. https://jdacla.org


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MEDICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

When you or your loved ones are facing a health crisis, you are not alone. These community partners can provide a host of services to offer physical, financial, and emotional support.

  • Services for Jewish families with serious illness including short-term housing during treatment, medical referrals, and equipment loans. https://bikurcholim.net

  • Comprehensive medical care for nonresident seniors including primary medical care, rehabilitation, and home health services. https://lajh.org

  • Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and family programs. http://www.chailifeline.org/westcoast

  • Raising awareness about Jewish genetic diseases and educating the community about the importance of pre-conception genetic screening. https://GeneTestNow.com

  • Hospice services, spiritual care, and bereavement and funeral services. https://jhcla.org

  • Interest Free loans to help pay for medical bills, dental bills and medical equipment. https://jfla.org

  • Certified Jewish chaplaincy, palliative care and respite care for individuals facing terminal illness and their families. https://seasons.org

  • Free resources and support offered by telehealth for Jewish families facing breast and ovarian cancer, and increased genetic risk—before, during and after diagnosis. https://sharsheret.org

  • Palliative care and psychological support for individuals facing a chronic disease or terminal illness. https://skirballhospice.org

  • Supportive services, including meals, support groups, counseling, transportation, and more, offered in Hebrew for Jewish Israelis with cancer. https://standbymela.org

  • Links to support groups and services at synagogues and agencies that provide information on Jewish bereavement, mourning rituals, and other grieving resources. http://jewishbereavement.org/


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SENIORS AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS

These community partners can help older adults, including Holocaust survivors, age in place through a variety of services and programs.

  • Free elder law services and assistance with conservatorships, elder abuse, and family caregiver rights. https://bettzedek.org

  • Services for older adults including care management, counseling, support groups, transportation, and meals. Services available in Farsi and English https://jfsla.org

  • Services for Holocaust survivors including Café Europa and Café Shalom social clubs, care management, counseling, in-home supportive services, assistance with reparations, financial assistance, and more. https://jfsla.org

  • Free legal support to Holocaust survivors applying for reparations, pensions, and other benefits, as well as general elder law services. https://bettzedek.org

  • https://www.jfsla.org/

  • In-home caregivers for seniors and adults. https://jfscare.org

  • Multi-level senior living services from independent to dementia care. https://lajh.org

  • Affordable independent-living apartment rentals for low-income seniors. https://mhfla.org

  • Centers offer information/referral, care management, meal programs, health and wellness, mental health services, transportation, in-home care, home safety modification, MSSP, and more. Financial pre-screening for Jewish free burial. https://jfsla.org

  • Palliative care and psychological support for individuals facing a chronic disease or terminal illness. https://skirballhospice.org

  • Social services for Russian West Hollywood residents over 18 years old. Recreational and social services for older adults. https://jfsla.org

  • Senior programming including wellness classes, holiday/social programs, and programs for frail seniors. https://westsidejcc.org


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diverse abilities / DISABILITY SERVICES

The community partners listed here provide an array of services and programs for adults and children with diverse abilities and their caregivers.

  • Orthodox temple located near Hancock Park.

  • Abraham Joshua Heschel Day School, a community Jewish day school, provides a rich dual-curricular education that encourages independent and critical thinking, lifelong learning, self-awareness, and compassion. http://www.heschel.com

  • The Academy for Jewish Religion California is a transdenominational institution dedicated to the training of rabbis, cantors, chaplains, and other Jewish community leaders https://ajrca.edu/

  • Through moments of learning, prayer and simply being able to gather together, Adat Ari El has become our home, our metaphoric navel – the spot at which we connect and our souls are nourished on Judaism in a Jewish environment. http://www.adatariel.org

  • Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School is a K12 school located in Valley Village, CA. We maintain a rigorous general and Hebrew/Judaic studies program, combined with top-notch instruction in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), physical education, and music. http://www.aaedayschool.org/

  • The Marilynn & Kenneth Friedman Family Jewish Learning Community of Adat Ari El is a dynamic, exciting and experiential approach to complementary Jewish Education. Drawing from the vibrant worlds of Jewish camping and youth group involvement, Adat Ari El JLC embraces a wide array of Jewish educational experiences. http://wp.adatariel.org/jewish-learning-community/

  • The Adat Ari El Rose Engel Early Childhood Center offers a loving, warm and welcoming environment where children are valued for their individuality.  We take our inspiration from many sources, primarily Jewish teachings and the Reggio Emilia curriculum philosophy, within a safe, creative and stimulating setting. http://www.aaeecc.org/

  • Prayer is a vital way for us to connect with our deepest most inner self as well as the holiness that surrounds us. Yet each of us has our own mode, our way. that we find enables us to make that connection. Hence in our Beit Tefillah/House of Prayer, we offer a variety of different services, different rooms so to speak, in order to include of as many avenues for people to pray as possible. http://www.adatariel.org

  • Adat Chaverim was founded in 2000 as a non-theistic community that promotes humanism, pluralism, inclusion, and cultural vitality. http://www.humanisticjudaismla.org/

  • Adat Chaverim’s Steinberg Cultural Sunday School reflects the values of Humanistic Judaism, and is built on mutual trust and respect through open and honest communication between teachers, parents, and students. http://www.humanisticjudaismla.org

  • Adat Shalom is a warm and welcoming Conservative synagogue in the heart of West Los Angeles. We are a community whose members care for each other, pray and study Torah with joy, and bring holiness into our lives. http://www.adatshalomla.org

  • The mission of Adath Jeshurun Congregation, a member of the Conservative Movement, is to be a progressive, egalitarian and sacred community dedicated to Torah (learning and tradition), Avodah (prayer and spirituality) and Gemilut Hasadim (acts of loving kindness). https://www.adathjeshurun.org/

  • Addiction and substance abuse education, support, and prevention services for people of all ages. https://jfsla.org

  • Community-based adult day programs in the city (Isak Boruchin) and in the Valley (Conejo Day Program). https://etta.org

  • Ahavas Yisroel Synagogue is an Orthodox Shul near Hollywood. http://www.ayshul.com/

  • Ahavat Torah is a warm, spiritual, and welcoming Jewish community in west L.A. where each person’s presence is acknowledged and valued. http://www.ahavattorahla.org/

  • Since its launch in February 2000, Aish.com has become the leading Jewish content website, logging over a million monthly user sessions with 380,000 unique email subscribers. http://www.aish.com

  • MyAish LA division offers extraordinary trips, exciting events, and meaningful classes to help young Jewish professionals in LA gain a sense of community, powerful personal growth, and a meaningful connection in their heritage. https://www.aishla.com/

  • Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for at-risk young adults ages 14-28. http://www.aishtamid.org

  • The Aleinu Family Resource Center has earned the respect and trust of the Orthodox community through culturally sensitive resources for strengthening individual and family life. https://www.jfsla.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=238

  • Religious, spiritual, legal, emotional, constitutional advocacy and reentry assistance and referral services for individuals in prison, mental health facilities, and the U.S. armed forces, as well as their families. https://www.aleph-institute.org

  • Advocates on behalf of those with drug and alcohol-related crimes to enter rehabilitation instead of incarceration. https://beittshuvah.org

  • We, at the Haifa Foundation, with the help of friends and supporters from around the world, have established projects that affect every area of life in the city. Our achievements include projects in Youth & Education, Community Services, Immigrant Absorption, Culture & Sport, Arab-Jewish Coexistence, and Urban Renewal and Beautification. http://www.haifa-foundation.org/

  • The only Israeli university created by government mandate, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) was established in 1969 with a mission to be an engine for the development of Israel’s Negev region. http://www.aabgu.org

  • The American Committee for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem provides financial support to fund services, capital projects, research and the purchase of equipment for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. https://www.acsz.org/

  • The American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science is a community of dedicated people who share a common vision with the Weizmann Institute in support of our common mission: science for the benefit of humanity. http://www.weizmann-usa.org

  • http://assafharofeh.org/

  • The American Friends of Beit Issie Shapiro, a national fundraising organization with headquarters in New York, provides support for Beit Issie Shapiro a leading innovator in the care and treatment of children with disabilities, and recently named Israel’s most effective non-profit organization in 2011. http://afobis.org/

  • Magen David Adom is Israel’s national ambulance, blood-services, and disaster-relief organization, serving as emergency medical first-responders for the state’s 8.6 million people. MDA is the only organization mandated by the Israeli government to serve in this role, but it’s not a government agency, so it relies on people like you for funding. Through your gift, you’re saving lives. http://www.afmda.org

  • American Friends of the Hebrew University (AFHU) is a national, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3). We exist to connect the passions of Americans to the talent at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the world’s most distinguished academic and research institutions. http://www.afhu.org

  • The American Friends of the Israel Museum (AFIM) was incorporated in New York State in 1968.  The purpose of the organization is  “to foster and encourage the development of liberal arts by obtaining works of art and archaeology for the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, and by obtaining grants, contributions and loans for, and by making grants, contributions and loans to, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.” http://www.afimnyc.org/

  • American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO) is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining the financial future of the Israel Philharmonic, a world-class orchestra. AFIPO seeks to broaden the reach of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and bring its message through music throughout the world. The monies raised by AFIPO are directed towards a fund which assists with the operational support of the orchestra and its musical education programs throughout Israel. http://www.afipo.org

  • The AIPAC Southern Pacific Regional Office serves Southern California, Arizona and South Nevada. Through our professional staff located in the area and active lay leaders, AIPAC in the Southern Pacific Region is your home for local events, resources for establishing relationships with your members of Congress and strengthening the bond between the U.S.-Israel relationship in your community. http://www.aipac.org

  • http://www.ajcongress.org

  • Active today in 70 countries, we work to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, create lasting connections to Jewish life, and help Israel overcome the social challenges of its most vulnerable citizens, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Our reach extends beyond the global Jewish community by providing high-impact disaster relief and long-term development assistance worldwide. http://www.jdc.org

  • Magen David Adom is Israel’s national ambulance, blood-services, and disaster-relief organization, serving as emergency medical first-responders for the state’s 8.6 million people. MDA is the only organization mandated by the Israeli government to serve in this role, but it’s not a government agency, so it relies on people like you for funding. Through your gift, you’re saving lives. American Friends of Magen David Adom (AFMDA) is the largest supporter of MDA worldwide. AFMDA is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our federal tax ID number is 13-1790719. https://afmda.org/

  • The American Society for Yad Vashem (ASYV) was established thirty six years ago by a group of Holocaust survivors, spearheaded by Eli Zborowski z”l, to support the crucial efforts of Yad Vashem. With the support of our donors, ASYV is able to strengthen the efforts of Yad Vashem as together we remember the past and shape the future. http://www.yadvashemusa.org

  • The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is a major source of the innovation and brainpower that drives the Israeli economy, and a key to Israel’s renown as the world’s “Start-Up Nation.” Its three Nobel Prize winners exemplify academic excellence. Technion people, ideas and inventions make immeasurable contributions to the world including life-saving medicine, sustainable energy, computer science, water conservation and nanotechnology. http://www.ats.org

  • AFSI in California is your home for local events and resources in strengthening your connection to Israel in your community. http://www.afsila.net

  • APN is the sister organization of Shalom Achshav, Israel’s preeminent peace movement. APN’s mission is to educate and persuade the American public and its leadership to support and adopt policies that will lead to comprehensive, durable, Israeli-Palestinian and Israeli-Arab peace, based on a two-state solution, guaranteeing both peoples security, and consistent with U.S. national interests. http://www.peacenow.org

  • AMIT is leading the educational revolution in Israel with cutting-edge Jewish values-based education and having a profound impact on Israel’s educational landscape and its society. AMIT is creating an educational sea change with its innovative pedagogical methods. http://www.amitchildren.org

  • Anshe Emes Synagogue is an Orthodox Shul located in Pico-Robertson. http://www.anshe.org

  • This region focuses on combating anti-Semitism and bigotry of all kinds in the counties of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and Kern. This work is especially relevant in Greater Los Angeles where so many different cultures and communities live side-by-side. Our initiatives in classrooms and the workplace counteract bias and bigotry in the community. We also provide education and outreach, including pro-Israel advocacy, to the community and international diplomatic corps. http://la.adl.org/

  • Review all eligibility requirements carefully. Please only apply if you meet all requirements. Complete and submit the Brawerman Fellowship online application NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 14, 2022. We will not consider any incomplete applications. When accessing the online application, please register as a Scholarship Applicant.

  • http://www.art-responsa.com

  • ARZA is taking back the Z: unapologetic love for Israel, the land — the people and the State, is at the core of our beliefs. Zionism should not be divisive. And no one faction should be allowed to dictate ownership of “the Z word.” Modern Zionism encompasses our values of democracy, pluralism, and equality. http://www.arza.org

  • Assisting individuals with developmental disabilities in finding jobs in the community and/or academic achievement. https://etta.org

  • Bet Tzedek attorneys help people of all communities and generations secure life’s necessities. Wherever our community is in crisis, Bet Tzedek’s core services and rapid response programs provide stability and hope. http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Atid is Los Angeles’s premiere Jewish Young Professional group; a robust and welcoming community that provides meaningful opportunities for social, professional and spiritual growth at Sinai Temple and beyond. http://www.atidla.com

  • Provides mental health and social services for at-risk children, teens, and their families; foster care and adoption; and transitional housing for females 18-24. http://www.avivacenter.org

  • B’nai B’rith International is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people around the globe. We are a national and global leader in advancing human rights; Israel advocacy; ensuring access to safe and affordable housing for low-income seniors and advocacy on vital issues concerning seniors and their families; diversity education; improving communities and helping communities in crisis. http://www.bnaibrith.org

  • BBYO Pacific Western Region is comprised of chapters along Southern California. We have 14 chapters all over Southern California, representing over 400 Jewish teens in our area. http://bbyo.org/region/pwr/

  • This Jewish community is for those of us who want to live more spiritually enriching lives, who want to make time more precious, our families, friends and loved ones more precious. It is for those of us who want to make our own lives more precious, to make the lives of all people more precious, to make the life of our planet more precious. http://www.bnaihorin.com

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • http://www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

  • Synagogue located in Pico-Robertson. http://www.baisbezalel.org

  • Chabad in S Monica offers a wide variety of programs and services to our community. From Holiday programs to summer camps, daily synagogue services to counseling. Chabad in S Monica is the place for your entire family. http://www.jewishsmonica.com/

  • To offer Chassidus, the deeper dimensions of Torah, its vitality and holiness to all Jewish women, which helps women connect the deepest part of their soul to G-d, and to others. Our classes and events are opportunities to bring women guidance, coaching, role models and inspiration to apply these ideals into every aspect of their lives in a joyous way, to help nurture  relationships with their family and community. We teach women how to live in a state of true unconditional love, acceptance, confidence and joy. Every person in the world can gain from our teachings. Our goal is to create events and information that is available in numerous venues to everyone. http://www.BaisChanaCA.com

  • Bais Chana Chabad High School is founded to provide an exemplary well rounded Judaic and general academic education to children in our area.

  • Bais Chana is a warm, non-judgmental second home that wins the hearts and minds of teenage girls, stay-at-home moms and career women, students and grandmothers. The deep friendships made at Bais Chana bring the inspiration back home. https://www.baischanawomen.org/

  • Our day school is founded to provide an exemplary well rounded Judaic and general academic education to children in our area. Its educational policies are inclusive and individualized and they encourage students to utilize their individual potential and strive for excellence. http://www.chabadeducation.com/

  • Synagogue in North Hollywood. https://www.ohrsimcha.net/

  • All-girls school in the Beverly-Grove area. https://www.cde.ca.gov/SchoolDirectory/details?cdscode=19647336934228

  • https://www.cde.ca.gov/SchoolDirectory/details?cdscode=19647336934228

  • We are a family owned Child Care Center established in 2009, located in the heart of West Los Angeles. In 2012, Barefoot was accredited by the CA State Early Childhood Mentor program. In 2017, we were hand selected, as one of the best preschools in West Los Angeles. https://barefootatelier.com/

  • A quaint Orthodox Synagogue in Valley Village, CA led by its spiritual leader, Rabbi Zvi Block. http://bmth-yivv.blogspot.com/

  • Beit Hamidrash of Woodland Hills is the oldest Orthodox synagogue in the West San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. Founded over 25 years ago, we are affiliated with the Orthodox Union and have a small Day School, along with a Talmud Torah program in the afternoons. http://www.beithamidrash.com

  • Jewish residential and outpatient addiction treatment and prevention programs. https://beittshuvah.org

  • A synagogue located in Sherman Oaks.

  • The Beth Din (Beit Din), the rabbinical court, has been the basis of Jewish law and living throughout history and around the globe. The WCRC Rabbinical Court is a respected and accepted Beth Din worldwide. It was founded in 1983 with the encouragement of the Chief Rabbis of Israel. We are ordained and staffed to do all services offered by any Beth Din. We are endorsed by every organization, Rabbi, and community leader for our genuine work that is individually applied to every unique case. Our staff consists of efficient, honorable, and respectable Rabbis. http://www.beth-din.org

  • Free legal counsel including housing, debtors’ rights and bankruptcy, guardianships and conservatorships, employment rights, and government services. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://www.bethhilleldayschool.org

  • http://www.bkb.org

  • http://www.bkb.org

  • http://www.bethshirsholom.com

  • Services for Jewish families with serious illness including short-term housing during treatment, medical referrals, and equipment loans. https://bikurcholim.net

  • http://www.bjela.org

  • http://www.bnaizion.org

  • http://www.bneiakivala.org

  • https://www.jewishla.org/engaging-our-community/board-of-rabbis/

  • http://www.brandeis-bardin.org

  • www.brandeis.edu/bunwc/

  • http://www.brandeis-bardin.org

  • Comprehensive medical care for nonresident seniors including primary medical care, rehabilitation, and home health services. https://lajh.org

  • Clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center and thrift store. https://beittshuvah.org/bts-thrift-store/

  • http://www.btee.org

  • http://ecc.btee.org/

  • http://www.btee.org

  • http://www.calabasasshul.org

  • www.camera.org

  • http://www.alonim.com/

  • http://campjcashalom.com/

  • http://www.ramah.org

  • http://www.templejudea.com/learn/religious-school/camp-zehut/

  • http://www.cantors.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.csmc.edu

  • www.jewishcreativity.org

  • http://www.chabadcsun.com/

  • http://www.chabadla.org

  • http://www.chabadoflarchmont.com/

  • http://www.chabad.com

  • http://www.chabadofconejo.com

  • http://www.chabadofbelair.org/

  • http://www.chabadbw.com

  • http://www.chabad.com

  • http://www.jewishcenturycity.com/

  • http://www.chabadchatsworth.com

  • http://www.chabadofcheviothills.com/

  • http://www.jewishacademy.com

  • http://www.chabadofthevalley.com

  • http://www.chabadlosfeliz.org

  • http://www.jewishhp.org/

  • http://www.jewishmalibu.com/

  • http://www.chabadmtolympus.com/

  • http://www.beverlyhillschabad.com/

  • http://www.chabadnorthhollywood.org/

  • https://www.chabadofnorthridge.com

  • https://www.chabadofconjeo.com

  • http://www.chabadpv.com

  • http://www.chabadscv.com

  • http://www.thechabadnik.org

  • http://www.chabadshermanoaks.com

  • http://www.chabadsimi.org

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/

  • http://www.chabadsc.com/

  • http://www.jccmb.com

  • http://www.chabadconejo.com/templates/section_cdo/aid/1708720/jewish/Foodbank.htm

  • http://www.chabadmarina.org

  • http://www.chabadmm.com

  • https://www.chabadpalisades.com

  • http://www.ChabadoftheValley.com

  • http://www.jewishto.org/

  • http://www.chabadoftopanga.com

  • http://www.chabadofwesthills.com

  • http://www.chabadofconejo.com

  • http://www.chabadconejo.com

  • http://www.ChabadWH.com

  • http://www.chabadonmontana.com/

  • http://www.cpycenter.org/

  • Comprehensive residential treatment center for men suffering from substance abuse and other harmful addictions. https://chabadrehab.com

  • https://www.chaicenter.org

  • Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and family programs. http://www.chailifeline.org/westcoast

  • Our partner offers adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to socialize and build social skills that help keep them connected to and engaged with each other and the Jewish community. https://www.jfsla.org/chav

  • http://www.chedermenachem.com/

  • Interest-free loans of up to $15,000 for diagnostic expenses, behavioral supports, and more https://jfla.org

  • http://www.coejlsc.org

  • http://www.conejojewishdayschool.com/

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://friendshipcircleca.org

  • http://www.magendavid.org

  • http://www.congregationbnaiemet.org/

  • http://www.baisnaftoli.com/

  • http://www.beittshuvah.org/congregation/

  • http://www.bcc-la.org

  • http://www.bethmeier.org/

  • http://www.cbs-scv.org/

  • https://www.kehilasyaakov.org

  • http://www.Mogen-David.org

  • http://www.nertamid.com

  • http://www.nertamid.com

  • http://www.shaareitefila.org

  • http://www.shirami.com

  • http://www.ctjmb.org

  • Provides assistance to those seeking a conservatorship and powers of attorney for adults with diverse abilities. Assists in obtaining Representative Payee status. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://www.cicisrael.org

  • Professional therapists provide counseling and mental health intervention for children, teens, adults, survivors of violence, couples, and families. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.creativeartstemple.org

  • Offers rental, clothing, and disaster assistance for women. https://ncjwla.org

  • http://www.csunhillel.org

  • http://www.democracycouncil.org

  • www.dfi-la.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.bethshirsholom.com/ecc/index.html

  • http://www.leobaecktemple.org/ecc

  • Free elder law services and assistance with conservatorships, elder abuse, and family caregiver rights. https://bettzedek.org

  • http://emunahpreschool.com/

  • http://www.emunah.org

  • Our partner offers adults with special needs residential services and supervised Jewish homes, including group homes and independent housing opportunities, which allow them to live as independently as possible. https://etta.org/

  • If you’re dealing with personal, financial, or legal problems, now you can get all kinds of help in the privacy of a local synagogue.

  • A eight-week vocational training program for young adults with diverse abilities. https://ramah.org

  • Mental health services in Farsi for low-income individuals. https://jfsla.org

  • Services for older adults including care management, counseling, support groups, transportation, and meals. Services available in Farsi and English https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.fidv-bh.com

  • http://www.friendsofjct.org/

  • http://www.shebamedical.com/

  • http://www.fidf.org

  • http://www.fidf.org

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://fcpalisades.org

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://fcla.org

  • http://www.gatewayshospital.org

  • Raising awareness about Jewish genetic diseases and educating the community about the importance of pre-conception genetic screening. https://GeneTestNow.com

  • Collects leftover prepared kosher food from catered events and, as well as groceries, and distributes to people in Pico-Robertson area. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • http://www.haam.org

  • www.haaretzdaily.com

  • http://www.campgilboa.org

  • http://hadassah.org/southerncalifornia

  • One-stop referral service and support services for Jewish families with children with diverse abilities. https://jfsla.org

  • Expressive arts and socialization program for children, teens, and young adults with disabilities using Jewish music, dance, storytelling and improv https://themiracleproject.org

  • http://www.happyminyan.org

  • http://www.hillelhebrew.org/

  • http://www.hatikvahmusic.com

  • http://www.hatzolah.org

  • http://www.huc.edu

  • http://www.helkeinu.com

  • Program for Jewish teens with diverse abilities. https://farwestusy.org

  • http://www.hias.org

  • http://www.818.hillel.org

  • http://www.cpphillel.com/

  • http://www.claremonthillel.org

  • http://www.smchillel.org

  • http://www.uschillel.org

  • http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Services for Holocaust survivors including Café Europa and Café Shalom social clubs, care management, counseling, in-home supportive services, assistance with reparations, financial assistance, and more. https://jfsla.org

  • Free legal support to Holocaust survivors applying for reparations, pensions, and other benefits, as well as general elder law services. https://bettzedek.org

  • Collects donations and distributes clothing, housewares, electronics, toys, and more at no cost. https://myglobalkindness.org

  • 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelters, transitional housing, comprehensive counseling, and education and prevention outreach. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.ikar-la.org

  • http://www.ilanramondayschool.com

  • Interest-free loans to help mitigate the cost of filing immigration papers. https://jfla.org

  •   Looking for ways to fuse inclusion with Judaism? Start here Judaic Learning & Engagement Learn and engage with Judaism using resources that are accessible to all types of learners. High Holiday Resources (courtesy of Matan) Jewish Braille Institute   Start Conversations Bring conversations about inclusion to your school or synagogue. Get ideas on how your synagogue or school can participate. Learn about and implement inclusion program models from one of the American Jewish movements: Ruderman-Chabad Inclusion Initiative Jewish Reconstructionist Communities Union for Reform Judaism United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism Yachad/National Jewish Council for Disabilities Jewish Deaf Resource Center  

  •   Community stories of inclusion

  • http://www.interfaithfamily.com/los-angeles/

  • https://www.iajf.org

  • Iranian immigrants can access services and receive information in Farsi about available resources. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.aliyah.org

  • www.icrfonline.org

  • http://www.icnexus.org

  • http://www.israelmb.org/la

  • http://www.ihf.net

  • Central organizing body of Israeli Americans in Los Angeles. http://www.israeliamerican.org/

  • Services for Israelis in need living in or visiting L.A. https://embassies.gov.il/la

  • http://www.jamoncampus.com

  • JAM, short for Jewish Awareness Movement, is an on campus club servicing numerous college campuses throughout Southern California. Our goal is to provide a framework for young Jews to meet each other, be inspired about their Judaism, and explore their Heritage! http://jamoncampus.com/

  • http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. https://jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers),camp programs, college guidance and scholarship programs, and various programs to promote social and emotional health for Jewish youth. http://www.jbbbsla.org

  • http://www.jewishservice.org/la.html

  • http://www.JCPSoCal.org

  • http://www.jccmb.com

  • http://www.jewishfoundationla.org

  • A central resource for deaf, hard of hearing persons, and the community at large. http://www.jdcc.org

  • Informal mediation services as well as emotional and logistical support to navigate a Jewish divorce. https://jdacla.org

  • https://www.jfsla.org/

  • http://www.jfla.org

  • http://www.jgsla.org

  • Hospice services, spiritual care, and bereavement and funeral services. https://jhcla.org

  • http://www.jewishhistoricalsociety.org

  • http://www.jewishlaborcommittee.org/

  • http://www.holysparks.com/jle.html

  • Religious school classes, B’nei Mitzvah tutoring, family Jewish holiday and Shabbat programming designed for children with autism and other diverse abilities and their families, welcoming to families with children of all abilities.

  • Offers affordable, professionally managed pooled diverse abilities trusts that protect government benefits and provide high quality of life. https://jlatrust.org

  • www.JewishMomsGroup.com

  • http://jewishmusicla.org/

  • http://www.jnf.org

  • http://www.jrf.org

  • http://www.jsu.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.jwv.org

  • http://www.jewishwomen.org

  • http://www.jewishworldwatch.org

  • http://www.jewlicious.com

  • http://www.lajewsforjudaism.org

  • In-home caregivers for seniors and adults. https://jfscare.org

  • Listings and referrals for Jewish education, including day schools, preschools, complementary schools and residential camps. https://jkidla.org

  • Connects Jews with employment opportunities. Includes resume review, job search skill development, job matching, and retraining. https://tomcheishabbos.org/programs/joblink

  • Referrals and supportive assistance for LGBTQ Jews, their families, and allies. Monthly support groups for the general community as well as Iranian- and Orthodox-specific LGBTQ teens and young adults. https://jqinternational.org

  • A program specifically designed for LGBTQ+ Persians and the Persian community at large. https://jqinternational.org

  • http://www.jtnproductions.com

  • https://www.jvs-socal.org/

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • Job search and career services, training programs, and workforce development.

  • http://www.kadimadayschool.org/

  • https://www.kahaljoseph.org

  • http://kcvc.org/

  • http://www.kehillatisrael.com

  • http://www.kehillatisrael.org

  • http://www.yha.org

  • http://www.kcdancers.org

  • http://kindercircle.org/

  • http://www.kleinchaplaincy.com/

  • http://www.koltikvah.org

  • http://www.koltikvah.org

  • http://www.kollel.la

  • Nonprofit college offering a wide range of English language programs. https://laortglobal.com

  • http://www.lazc.org

  • http://lashaonline.com

  • http://lepetitgan.com

  • http://www.leobaecktemple.org

  • http://LimmudLA.org

  • http://www.lahhs.org

  • http://www.lahhs.org

  • LAJAC helps adults with special needs in Los Angeles access the resources and tools they need to live meaningful, purposeful, and Jewish lives. Through a state-of-the-art website, case management and better coordination between service providers, LAJAC provides opportunities that promote self-advocacy, independence, and accessibility to practical resources.

  • Multi-level senior living services from independent to dementia care. https://lajh.org

  • http://www.jha.org

  • http://www.lajewishsymphony.com

  • http://www.tbala.org

  • maalotla.org

  • http://www.maccabiusa.com

  • http://www.magendavid.org

  • http://www.maimonidesla.com/

  • http://www.chabadsb.org/templates/photogallery_cdo/aid/1074838/jewish/Maimonides-Torah-Academy.htm

  • http://www.makom.org

  • Inclusion program that integrates youth of all abilities with mainstream peers in an after-school social program. http://www.mjcs.org

  • http://www.feelthelight.org/preschool.html

  • Scholarship for college students, graduate students, and young adults participating in learning and/or research programs in Israel. https://yajewishla.org/marks

  • http://www.masorti.org

  • Provides programs for the Israeli community living in Los Angeles.

  • Case management program with financial assistance for Jews in financial crisis. Contact JFS Central Access for more information. https://jewishla.org

  • http://www.mazon.org

  • Loans out free medical equipment to patients of all ages. https://bikurcholim.net

  • Interest Free loans to help pay for medical bills, dental bills and medical equipment. https://jfla.org

  • Affordable independent-living apartment rentals for low-income seniors. https://mhfla.org

  • http://www.mercazusa.com

  • http://www.mogla.org

  • http://www.milkenschool.org

  • http://www.mishkon.org

  • http://www.mishkon.org

  • http://mishkon.org/education/preschool/

  • http://www.moishehouse.org/

  • http://www.naamat.org

  • www.nachshonminyan.org

  • http://www.nashuva.com

  • http://www.nccjla.org

  • http://www.ncjwla.org

  • Clothing vouchers; clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center; and thrift shop. https://ncjwla.org/community-mental-health-talkline/clothing-assistance-2

  • http://www.jewishculture.org

  • https://westcoast.ncsy.org/connect/

  • http://www.nessah.org

  • www.nessah.org

  • http://www.nessah.org

  • www.nfty.org/socal

  • http://www.bettzedek.org

  • Home-delivered kosher meals and community dining options for seniors and adults with disabilities. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.ohelmoshe.com

  • http://www.ohelmoshe.com

  • http://yayoe.org/

  • http://www.ohrhatorah.org

  • Incentives for first-time campers grades 2-12 for Jewish overnight camp. https://onehappycamper.org

  • OneTable is an online and in-person community, empowering millennials not in undergrad (21-39ish) to enjoy and share Shabbat dinners, make the most of their Friday night and enjoy the best of life together. OneTable makes it easy for hosts to welcome people to a Shabbat dinner at home, for guests to savor a Friday meal, and for all to experience unique events for Shabbat dinner out. There's nothing better than a great dinner with people you love. Join OneTable for slowing down, joining together, and sharing stories. https://onetable.org/

  • http://www.onefamilyfund.org

  • http://opentemple.org

  • http://www.oremetscv.org

  • http://www.laort.org

  • Located at Valley Beth Shalom, and serving the entire community, this program offers a full range of learning, social, music, art and spiritual Jewish experiences for children, teens, and adults with special needs and unique abilities (ages 3-adult) and for their families. https://vbs.org/ourspacela

  • http://www.pjcenter.com

  • http://www.pnai.org

  • http://www.meretzusa.org

  • http://perutzetzjacob.com

  • Comprehensive services for children, families, and older adults. Aleinu offers culturally sensitive services for the Orthodox community. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.pjalliance.org

  • Kosher meal delivery for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or other serious illnesses. http://www.projectchickensoup.org

  • http://www.pupsforpeace.org

  • http://www.pressmanacademy.org

  • http://www.rccvaad.org

  • /html/recdivision.htm

  • http://www.rza.org

  • http://www.rza.org

  • http://www.rza.org/rzla.htm

  • http://www.rjchq.org/

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.adatariel.org

  • http://lastar.org

  • Educational scholarship for international and domestic Jewish immersive experiences. https://yajewishla.org

  • Provides Jewish students in L.A. with need-based financial aid for post-secondary education https://jvs-socal.org

  • http://www.jvsla.org

  • http://www.schwartzbakeryla.com

  • Certified Jewish chaplaincy, palliative care and respite care for individuals facing terminal illness and their families. https://seasons.org

  • Provides gently used furniture, appliances, and holiday clothing to families in need. https://tomcheishabbos.org

  • http://www.imeg.com/secondgeneration/

  • Centers offer information/referral, care management, meal programs, health and wellness, mental health services, transportation, in-home care, home safety modification, MSSP, and more. Financial pre-screening for Jewish free burial. https://jfsla.org

  • http://www.secjerusalem.org

  • www.sephardictemple.org

  • http://www.shaareiam.org

  • http://www.shalhevet.org

  • http://www.shalominstitute.com

  • http://www.shalomla.com

  • Free resources and support offered by telehealth for Jewish families facing breast and ovarian cancer, and increased genetic risk—before, during and after diagnosis. https://sharsheret.org

  • http://www.israeliweekly.com

  • https://www.facebook.com/shefataste

  • www.shefafund.org

  • http://www.shemayisrael.co.il

  • Social enterprise venture that provides employment and internship opportunities for young adults with diverse abilities. https://shalominstitute.com

  • https://sfi.usc.edu/

  • http://www.sholem.org

  • sholem.org

  • http://shtibl.com

  • http:/www.sijcc.net

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • http://www.sinaitemple.org

  • Palliative care and psychological support for individuals facing a chronic disease or terminal illness. https://skirballhospice.org

  • Free groceries once per month, plus supportive services including free legal assistance, job counseling, Medi-Cal and CalFresh enrollment, counseling, and case management. Detailed schedule available online. SOVA Valley – 16439 Vanowen St. near Hayvenhurst SOVA West – 8846 W. Pico Blvd. near Robertson https://www.jfsla.org/sova

  • Supportive services, including meals, support groups, counseling, transportation, and more, offered in Hebrew for Jewish Israelis with cancer. https://standbymela.org

  • http://www.israelbonds.com

  • Offers $1,000-$2,000 student scholarships for women in financial need. https://ncjwla.org

  • http://www.synagogue3000.org

  • https://www.sftpa.com

  • http://www.birthrightisrael.com

  • http://www.tashbartorathayim.com/

  • Critical lifeline for teens that provides social and emotional support. https://jbbbsla.org/teen-programming/#teentalkapp

  • http://www.valleyshul.com

  • http://www.aftau.org

  • http://www.adatelohim.com

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org

  • http://www.tasnorthridge.org/religious-school/

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • http://www.templealiyah.org

  • http://www.templebnaihayim.org

  • http://www.templebnaihayim.org

  • http://www.bethelsp.org

  • http://www.bethelsp.org

  • http://www.templebethhaverim.org

  • http://www.templebethhaverim.org

  • http://www.tbhla.org

  • http://www.tbhla.org

  • Hand Crafted, Locally Sourced Judaism Wherever you are on your journey; observant, reform, conservative, returning, secular, converting, questioning, researching Bar or Bat Mitzvah, the important thing is you are here and we welcome you. Make yourself at home in our Shul, a vibrant center for Judaism on the East Side. We are small, friendly, haimish, inclusive, egalitarian independent neighborhood synagogue, and we believe in making Judaism available and accessible to all who seek it. We serve the communities of Northeast Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles, the San Gabriel Valley and beyond – our doors are open to everyone including interfaith and same sex couples and families. Everyone participates! http://www.tbila.org/

  • http://www.tbsdeafjewish.org

  • http://www.tbsdeafjewish.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • http://www.bethtorah-sfv.org

  • https://www.templebethzionla.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.tebh.org

  • http://www.templeetzchaim.org

  • http://www.templeisaiah.com

  • http://www.templeisaiah.com

  • http://www.tiohdayschool.org/

  • http://www.tioh.org

  • http://www.templejudea.com

  • http://www.templemenorah.org

  • http://www.nermaarav.org

  • http://www.nermaarav.org

  • http://www.trz.org

  • http://www.templeofthearts.com

  • http://www.templeshalomsb.org

  • http://www.temple-sinai.net

  • http://www.temple-sinai.net

  • http://www.ajc.org

  • http:// www.jewishcreativity.org

  • http://www.fcla.org

  • http://www.laguardians.org

  • Links to support groups and services at synagogues and agencies that provide information on Jewish bereavement, mourning rituals, and other grieving resources. http://jewishbereavement.org/

  • www.jewishla.org

  • http://www.makeitcountproject.com/

  • http://www.marinashul.com

  • Expressive arts and socialization program for children, teens, and young adults with disabilities using Jewish music, dance, storytelling and improv. https://www.themiracleproject.org/

  • http://www.tnsconejo.org/

  • http://www.pressmanacademy.org

  • http://www.bneiakivala.org

  • http://www.mysunshineclub.com/

  • http://www.jewishto.org

  • Shabbat and holiday kosher grocery delivery and other resources. https://tomcheishabbos.org

  • http://www.templemenorah.org

  • http://www.cjs.ucla.edu

  • http://urj.org/psw

  • http://www.uahc-psw.org

  • http://www.ou.org

  • www.ujc.org

  • http://ujc.org/youngleadership

  • http://www.ushmm.org

  • http://www.uscj.org

  • http://www.usy.org

  • http://www.unisyn.org

  • http://www.6PointsSports.org

  • /html/valley_alliance.htm

  • http://www.valleybethisrael.org

  • http://www.valleybethisrael.org

  • http://www.vbsds.org

  • http://www.vbs.org

  • http://www.valleykollel.com

  • Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities to Jewish children and teens with diverse abilitiesand their families. https://valleyfriendshipcircle.com

  • http://www.valleyjcc.org

  • http://www.vosla.org

  • http://blog.vths.org/

  • http://blog.vths.org/

  • Counseling services for children with emotional, behavioral, learning, and developmental disorders. http://www.vistadelmar.org

  • http://www.vistadelmar.org

  • http://www.vfi-usa.org

  • http://www.biu.ac.il

  • http://www.westcoastncsy.com

  • Social services for Russian West Hollywood residents over 18 years old. Recreational and social services for older adults. https://jfsla.org

  • Senior programming including wellness classes, holiday/social programs, and programs for frail seniors. https://westsidejcc.org

  • http://www.westsidejcc.org/early-childhood/preschool/

  • Art & literacy program for youth

  • 323-852-8512

  • http://www.TempleAkiba.net

  • www.waort.org

  • http://www.israelbonds.com

  • http://www.wizo.org

  • http://www.wlcj.org/pacificsw/contact-us.html

  • http://www.circlesocal.org

  • http://www.tbala.org

  • Inclusive Jewish social, recreational and educationalprograms for kids and adults with developmental disabilities. https://yachad.org/losangeles/