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The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)
711 Third Avenue, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10017
212.687.6200
www.jdc.org
JDC serves as the overseas arm of the North American Jewish community, focusing on rescue, relief, and renewal of Jewish life. Special partnerships enable JDC to join with government agencies in Israel to help the most vulnerable citizens overcome social challenges.

Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies
620 Cranbury Road
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
800.634.7346
www.ajfca.org
Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies is the membership organization of more than 145 Jewish family and children's agencies and specialized human-service agencies throughout the United States and Canada.

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Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center
15 Neil Court
Oceanside, NY 11572
516.766.4341
www.friedbergjcc.org
The Friedberg JCC provides a variety of social, recreational, education, and cultural programs throughout the south shore of Nassau County. The JCC also operates Sunrise Day Camp, the only dedicated day camp in the nation for children with cancer

Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations
8635 21st Avenue, Suite 1B
Brooklyn, NY 11214
718.333.1834
www.bencojo.org
Bensonhurst Council of Jewish organizations provides a range of services that include responding to the needs of the poor and near poor, the elderly, newcomers, and special groups in the Brooklyn community. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camp
547 Saw Mill River Road, Suite 3D
Ardsley, NY 10502
914.693.8952
www.bhecamps.com
Berkshire Hills Eisenberg Camp, located in Copake, New York, is a residential summer camp for children and teens, as well as an adult vacation center. Activities include physical and cultural programs.

Beth Abraham Health Services
612 Allerton Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467
718.881.3000
www.bethabe.org
Beth Abraham offers institutional and community-based programs for the elderly, people with disabilities, and the chronically ill. In addition to serving long-term residents, the rehabilitation department operates an extensive sub-acute, short-term program specifically geared to patients discharged from acute-care hospitals needing short-term therapy before returning home.

Beth Israel Medical Center
First Avenue at 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
212.420.2000
www.bethisraelny.org
Beth Israel Medical Center is a kosher acute-care hospital. At its two main divisions — Kings Highway in Brooklyn and the Petrie Division in Manhattan — Beth Israel offers a wide variety of services for Jewish patients and their families. Beth Israel provides inpatient kosher food, has a kosher cafeteria, and observes Shabbat and other Jewish holidays.

Blythedale Children's Hospital
95 Bradhurst Avenue
Valhalla, NY 10595
914.592.7555
www.blythedale.org
Blythedale is a children's hospital dedicated to improving the health status and quality of life of children with complex medical and rehabilitative needs. The hospital operates a public school from grades K-12.

Bronx House Jewish Community Center
990 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx, NY 10461
718.792.1800
www.bronxhouse.org
Bronx House Jewish Community Center enriches and maintains the excellence and quality of Jewish communal life in the Bronx by providing programs and services for all stages of life and by helping to stabilize the community.

Bronx Jewish Community Council
2930 Wallace Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467
718.652.5500
www.bjcconline.org
Bronx Jewish Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in the Bronx. It also works to promote and improve inter-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

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Camp Dora Golding
5515 New Utrecht Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
718.437.7117
www.campdoragolding.com
Camp Dora Golding is an Orthodox residential camp for boys in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Camp Dina is a separate overnight camp for girls in nearby Dingmans Ferry.

Camp Louemma
214-45 42nd Avenue
Bayside, NY 11361
718.631.3747
www.camplouemma.com
Camp Louemma, located in Sussex, New Jersey, is a coed residential summer camp that promotes Jewish enrichment programs for children and teens as part of a traditional well-rounded camp experience.

Camp Oakhurst/New York Service for the Handicapped
1140 Broadway
New York, NY 10001
212.533.4020
www.nysh.org
Camp Oakhurst, located a mile from the Atlantic Ocean in Monmouth County, New Jersey, provides residential summer camp and year-round respite services to children ages 8 to 20 and adults age 21 and older with physical and developmental disabilities, including diagnoses of autism.

Concourse-North Bronx Jewish Community Council
3176 Bainbridge Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467
718.681.4860
Concourse-North Bronx Jewish Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the needs of the poor and near poor, the elderly, and other special groups in the Bronx. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups. A second site is at 1175 Findlay Avenue.

Co-op City Jewish Community Council
177 Dreiser Loop, Room 18
Bronx, NY 10475
718.320.1234
Co-op City Jewish Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in the Bronx community. The council also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organizations
40 Exchange Place, Suite 1302
New York, NY 10005
212.566.2120
www.cojeco.org
The Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organizations (COJECO) serves Russian speaking Jews (RSJ) in the New York area by undertaking innovative community-wide initiatives that strengthen the Jewish identity of unaffiliated émigré community members; serving as a coordinating body and providing meaningful assistance to the émigré community’s grassroots organizations; and engaging in advocacy on behalf of the Russian Jewish community of New York to the American Jewish and general community.

Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush
1550 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11230
718.377.2900
www.cojoflatbush.org
Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush is a multifaceted, nonsectarian, community-based agency that provides a broad range of social services responding to the needs of the poor, the elderly, the disadvantaged, the unemployed, the disabled, and single-parent families. Located in the Flatbush/Midwood area of Brooklyn, the Council promotes and improves intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with all other ethnic groups residing in the surrounding localities.

Crown Heights Jewish Community Council
387 Kingston Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225
718.778.8808
www.chjcc.org
Crown Heights Jewish Community Council provides a broad range of services that serve the needs of the poor, the elderly, youth-in-crisis, immigrants, the underemployed, and other special groups in Brooklyn. It also endeavors to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

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DOROT
171 West 85th Street
New York, NY 10024
212.769.2850
www.dorotusa.org
DOROT provides food, housing, education, and companionship with the aims of allowing the elderly to remain in their homes for as long as possible and bringing younger and older generations together. Programs and services include counseling, entitlement services, friendly visiting and volunteering, intergenerational programs, Jewish education, kosher Meals on Wheels, recreational and teen programs, and more.

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East Meadow Jewish Community Relations Council
386 Garden Street
East Meadow, NY 11554
516.481.8029
East Meadow Jewish Community Relations Council works to enhance community relations.

Edith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst
7802 Bay Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11214
718.331.6800
www.jchb.org
The Marks JCH strives to strengthen Jewish identity by teaching values and traditions. Serving the Southwest Brooklyn community, the Marks JCH is home to many Russian immigrants. Programs and services include day camp, counseling, English as a second language, senior and volunteer programs, and more.

The Educational Alliance
197 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002-5598
212.780.2300
www.edalliance.org
The Educational Alliance provides a comprehensive model for the provision of social, educational, and recreational services to a diverse city population, with programs and services including day camp, community relations, counseling, art school, day care, homeless services, housing, and Jewish education. In addition, Ed Alliance provides a broad spectrum of services to individuals and families at the 14th Street Y.

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FEGS Health & Human Services
315 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10013
212.366.8400
www.fegs.org
FEGS offers an extensive network of services that include employment, behavioral health, education, career development, rehabilitation, deaf and hard of hearing services, residential treatment, vocational services, home care, research, and development.

Flushing Jewish Community Council
43-43 Bowne Street
Flushing, NY 11355
718.463.0434
www.flushingjcc.org
Flushing Jewish Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Flushing, Queens. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Foundation for Jewish Culture
330 Seventh Avenue, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10001
212.629.0500
www.jewishculture.org
Foundation for Jewish Culture supports and advocates for Jewish cultural creativity and preservation in America, nurturing new generations of writers, filmmakers, composers, choreographers, and scholars. The FJC's national and international conferences, partnerships with local communities and institutions, and sponsorships of annual grants and awards in the arts and humanities bring quality Jewish culture to the Jewish community and the American public.

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Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
68 Hauppauge Rd.
Commack, NY 11725
631.715.2000
www.gurwin.org
Gurwin is a kosher facility that provides long- and short-term rehabilitative care to frail elderly and neurologically impaired adults in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

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Hazon
116 Johnson Road
Falls Village, CT 06031
212.242.5586
www.hazon.org
Hazon exists to be a model of spiritually vibrant, environmentally conscious, multi-generational Jewish community. It runs a senior adult vacation center, the Elat Chayyim Center for Jewish Spirituality; Adamah: the Jewish Environmental Fellowship; and the Jewish Multiracial Network. Hazon also hosts the Teva Learning Center.

Hebrew Educational Society
9502 Seaview Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11236
718.241.3000
www.thehes.org
Hebrew Educational Society offers educational, recreational, social, cultural, and fitness programs to all members of the Jewish and general community in Southeast Brooklyn.

Hebrew Free Burial Association
224 West 35th Street, Room 300
New York, NY 10001
212.239.1662
www.hebrewfreeburial.org
Hebrew Free Burial Association is the only agency in the greater New York metropolitan area dedicated to assuring that every Jew, regardless of financial means or religious affiliation, receives a dignified traditional Jewish funeral and burial. The two cemeteries owned by the association are on Staten Island, and their graves date back to before the turn of the 20th century.

Hebrew Free Loan Society
675 Third Avenue, Suite 1905
New York, NY 10017
212.687.0188
www.hfls.org
Hebrew Free Loan Society makes interest-free loans to needy families and individuals residing in the five boroughs of New York, Long Island, and Westchester.

Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds
667 Blauvelt Road
Pearl River, NY 10965
845.735.2718
www.camphkc.org
The Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds are accessed by 18 of UJA-Federation's Ys and JCCs during the summer months. Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds has sites located on Staten Island, Long Island, and Pearl River, New York.

HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
333 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10001
212.967.4100
www.hias.org
HIAS is an international migration and refugee resettlement agency dedicated to assisting persecuted and oppressed people worldwide, and delivering them to countries of safe haven.

Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life
800 Eighth Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20001
212.279.6300
www.hillel.org
Hillel's vision is for every Jewish student to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life. Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students, so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. UJA-Federation supports the national organization and Hillel organizations at Columbia University/Barnard College, New York University, Baruch College, Binghamton University, Brooklyn College, College of Staten Island, Hofstra University, Hunter College, Long Island University, Queens College, Stony Brook University, and colleges in Westchester County.

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The Jewish Agency for Israel
633 Third Avenue, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10017
866.835.0430
www.jewishagency.org
JAFI is dedicated to the rescue of Jews in distress, to Zionist education, and to forging close partnerships with and for Israel among the Jewish people throughout the world. In recent years, JAFI has enhanced its operations in North America, concentrating on program development and strengthening its relationship with federations.

Jewish Association Serving the Aging (JASA)
247 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018
212.273.5200
www.jasa.org
JASA provides comprehensive social services in New York City and Nassau and Suffolk Counties to help the elderly function independently in their homes and community. JASA also provides assistance to family members helping to care for their elderly relatives. Program and service categories include chaplaincy services, counseling, culture, day care/day programs, entitlement services/advocacy, housing, protective services, meals on wheels, telephone reassurance, and more.

Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services (JBFCS)
135 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10020
212.582.9100
www.jbfcs.org
For nearly 150 years, JBFCS has been helping New Yorkers realize their potential and live as independently as possible. With hope and resilience guiding our work, we promote recovery by addressing all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, housing, employment and education. Throughout the five boroughs and Westchester, we help more than 30,000 people each year in our 50 facilities, which include residential treatment and community-based centers. Inspired by Jewish values, JBFCS brings the ideals of Jewish service to all New Yorkers.

Jewish Child Care Association
120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
212.425.3333
www.jccany.org
JCCA is a multicultural child- and family-service agency that works to build strong families and help broken families reunite. JCCA offers services ranging from day care to outpatient mental-health clinics and residential treatment centers in New York City, Westchester, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties.

The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan
334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street
New York, NY 10023
646.505.4444
www.jccmanhattan.org
The JCC in Manhattan is a full-service community center designed to meet the needs of the Jewish and general community on the Upper West Side and throughout Manhattan. Program and service categories include bereavement, camp, culture/performing arts, intergenerational programs, Jewish education, parent education/skills, recreational and volunteer programs, and more.

Jewish Community Center of Mid-Westchester
999 Wilmot Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
914.472.3300
www.jccmw.org
The JCC of Mid-Westchester is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the community by providing cultural, social, educational, and recreational/fitness programs, human services, and Jewish identity-building opportunities to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Jewish Community Center of the Greater Five Towns
207 Grove Avenue, PO Box 336
Cedarhurst, NY 11516
516.569.6733
www.fivetownsjcc.org
The JCC of the Greater Five Towns offers educational, social, recreational, and professional programs to families and individuals in the Five Towns, East Rockaway, Malverne, Lynbrook, Valley Stream, and Far Rockaway.

Jewish Community Center on the Hudson
371 South Broadway
Tarrytown, NY 10591
914.366.7898
www.jcconthehudson.org
The JCC on the Hudson seeks to build community, strengthen family, and meet the social, educational, and recreational needs of the residents in the Rivertowns including Yonkers, Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Irvington, Tarrytown, and Hartsdale.

Jewish Community Centers Association of North America
520 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018
212.532.4949
www.jcca.org
The JCC Association is the central agency for the Jewish community centers movement, comprising more than 350 JCCs, YM-YWHAs, and campsites in the United States and Canada. The JCC Association offers a wide range of services to strengthen the capacity of its affiliates to provide educational, cultural, social, identity-building, and recreational programs to enhance the lives of North American Jews of all ages and backgrounds.

Jewish Community Council of Canarsie
1170 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 1B
Brooklyn, NY 11239
718.495.6210
www.canarsiejcc.org
Jewish Community Council of Canarsie provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Canarsie, Starrett City, Georgetown, and Mill Basin. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Jewish Community Council of Mount Vernon
c/o Sinai Free Synagogue
550 North Columbus Avenue
Mount Vernon, NY 10552
914.664.1727
Jewish Community Council of Mount Vernon provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Westchester. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Jewish Community Council of Pelham Parkway
2157 Holland Avenue
Bronx, NY 10462
718.792.4744
www.jccpelhamparkway.org
Jewish Community Council of Pelham Parkway provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in the Pelham Parkway community. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula
1525 Central Avenue
Far Rockaway, NY 11691
718.327.7755
www.jccrp.org
Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula is an umbrella organization that serves approximately 45 Jewish organizations on the Rockaway Peninsula. It provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Queens and Nassau County. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Jewish Community Council of Washington Heights-Inwood
121 Bennett Avenue, Room 11A
New York, NY 10033
212.568.5450
www.jccwhi.org
Jewish Community Council of Washington Heights and Inwood provides a broad range of social, educational, and supportive services for the elderly, immigrants, and needy in the community.

Jewish Community Relations Council of New York
70 West 36th Street, Suite 700
New York, NY 10018
212.983.4800
www.jcrcny.org
JCRC serves as the central coordinating and resource body for community relations issues within the Jewish community in the New York metropolitan area. JCRC is an umbrella agency for more than 60 major civic, communal, educational, and religious organizations. JCRC programs reflect the concerns, needs, and aspirations of the New York Jewish community. In addition, JCRCNY provides operates the Jewish Community Relations Council of Long Island.

Jewish Council for Public Affairs
116 East 27th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10016
212.684.6950
www.jewishpublicaffairs.org

JCPA is the national planning and coordinating mechanism for the organized Jewish community in the area of community relations and public affairs. It represents a unique partnership of 125 local and 13 national agencies throughout the United States.

The Jewish Education Project
520 Eighth Avenue, Suite 1510
New York, NY 10018
646.472.5300
www.thejewisheducationproject.org
The Jewish Education Project serves as a central Jewish education resource for greater New York. Through its research, consultation, and direct services, it supports the advancement of Jewish education in formal and informal settings for Jews of all ages; helps Jewish educators, volunteer leadership, and communal professionals achieve their educational goals; and helps families integrate Judaism into daily life.

Jewish Home Lifecare
120 West 106th Street
New York, NY 10025
212.810.3919
www.jewishhome.org
Jewish Home Lifecare operates skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities that offer short-stay rehabilitation, traditional long-term care, sub-acute care, rehabilitation, community-service programs, transportation, and senior housing. There are three nursing homes (Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus in the Bronx, Sarah Neuman Center for Healthcare and Rehabilitation in Westchester, and Jewish Home Lifecare in Manhattan). Senior housing in the Bronx includes Kenneth Gladstone Building, Kittay House, and Riverdale House.

Joan & Alan Bernikow Jewish Community Center of Staten Island
1466 Manor Road
Staten Island, NY 10314
718.981.1500
www.sijcc.org
The Staten Island JCC provides counseling, social services, recreational, educational, and cultural programs to children and adults in the Jewish and general community on Staten Island.

JTA
330 Seventh Avenue, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10001
212.643.1890
www.jta.org
JTA is an international news service that provides up-to-the-minute reports, analysis pieces, and features on events and issues of concern to the Jewish people.

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Kings Bay YM-YWHA
3495 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11229
718.648.7703
www.kingsbayy.org
The Kings Bay Y provides individuals and the community with Jewish cultural events and experiences as well as recreational and educational programs in Sheepshead Bay, Marine Park, Gravesend, and Flatbush.

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Maimonides Medical Center
4802 Tenth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
718.283.6000
www.maimonidesmed.org
Maimonides Medical Center is an independent, voluntary acute-care teaching hospital providing a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient healthcare services. Maimonides is located in the Borough Park section of southwest Brooklyn. It operates a glatt kosher kitchen and cafeteria.

Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
80 Maiden Lane, 21st Floor
New York, NY 10038
212.453.9500
www.metcouncil.org
The Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty provides a wide array of programs designed to meet the needs of the poor, working poor, middle class, and immigrants, while combating Jewish poverty in New York. Met Council also acts as an umbrella organization to 25 Jewish community councils across the city. The grassroots Jewish Community Council network strengthens families and neighborhoods throughout New York City.

MJHS
6323 7th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11220
718.921.7601
www.mjhs.org
MJHS provides long-term and post-acute care to more than 20,000 persons in the greater New York metropolitan area.

Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center
45 Manetto Hill Road
Plainview, NY 11803
516.822.3535
www.miyjcc.org
The Mid-Island Y helps to develop Jewish identity, personal growth, family strength, and community cohesion. It works with the general community, while fostering the unique tradition, heritage, and culture of the Jewish community in eastern Nassau County and western Suffolk County.

Montefiore Medical Center
111 East 210th Street
Bronx, NY 10467
718.920.4321
www.montefiore.org
Montefiore Medical Center serves as the university hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Montefiore operates two hospitals: the Moses Division in the northwest Bronx and the Einstein Division in the east Bronx

Mosholu Montefiore Community Center
3450 DeKalb Avenue
Bronx, NY 10467
718.882.4000
www.mmcc.org
Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center provides cultural, recreational, and educational programs for the Jewish and general community in the northwest Bronx.

Mount Sinai Medical Center
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029
212.241.6500
www.mountsinai.org
Mount Sinai is a tertiary-care teaching hospital dedicated to patient care, scientific research, and medical education. The hospital has a kosher kitchen and an Orthodox rabbi on site.

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NCSJ: Advocates on Behalf of Jews in
Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States & Eurasia

2020 K Street NW, Suite 7800
Washington, D.C. 20006
202.898.2500
www.ncsj.org
NCSJ is the central coordinating agency of the organized Jewish community for policy and activities on behalf of Jews in the former Soviet Union. NCSJ works to safeguard the individual and communal political rights of Jews who live in the former Soviet Union.

New York Board of Rabbis
136 East 39th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10016
212.983.3521
www.nybr.org
New York Board of Rabbis directly employs and supervises rabbis who serve as chaplains in public and private institutions as well as New York City and State facilities. Board of Rabbis represents all branches of Judaism.

New York Legal Assistance Group
450 West 33rd Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10001
212.613.5016
www.nylag.org
NYLAG provides a wide range of civil legal services at no cost for low-income people in all five boroughs and offers legal education seminars for social workers, medical professionals, and other advocates. This includes wrongful denial of public benefits such as food stamps, Medicaid, and Social Security, as well as representation in such civil legal areas as family law, consumer protection, discrimination, and more.

92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10128
212.415.5500
www.92y.org
On the Upper East Side of Manhattan, 92 Street Y offers programs in the arts and education, and social services for children and adults, including after-school activities, day camp, Jewish education, and senior, teen and volunteer programming.

North Shore-LIJ Health System
145 Community Drive
Great Neck, NY 11021
516.470.7000
www.northshorelij.com
North Shore-LIJ is comprised of 15 hospitals and numerous affiliated organizations, including three tertiary-care hospitals, two specialty-care hospitals, eight community hospitals, and two long-term care facilities. A wide range of special services are offered to Jewish patients. Services are offered in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Queens, and Staten Island.

Northeast Queens Jewish Community Council
58-20 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
718.225.6750
www.northeastqueensjewish.org
Northeast Queens Jewish Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Northeast Queens. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

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Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation
271-11 76th Avenue
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
718.289.2100
www.parkerinstitute.org
Parker is a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center providing a diverse network of inpatient and outpatient services. Parker offers intensive short-term rehabilitation therapy for sub-acute patients and comprehensive medical and nursing care for long-term residents.

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Queens Jewish Community Council
119-45 Union Turnpike
Forest Hills, NY 11375
718.544.9033
www.qjcc.org
Queens Jewish Community Council provides a wide range of social services, as well as recreational and educational programming and services in collaboration with civic leaders, elected officials, and social-service and faith-based organizations. The council is the united voice of Queens Jewry, representing the borough's synagogues and Jewish institutions in their relationship with government. It organizes action of behalf of Israel and other Jewish causes.

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Ramapo for Children
PO Box 266, Route 52
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
212.754.7003
www.ramapoforchildren.org
Ramapo is a residential camp and school-year retreat facility that serves children with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and learning problems, as well as their families. Through Ramapo training, professional development services are provided for agencies, camps, and schools working with children with special needs and those at risk.

Riverdale Jewish Community Council
5625 Arlington Avenue
Bronx, NY 10471
718.548.8200
www.shalomriverdale.org
Riverdale Jewish Community Council works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups and speaks on behalf of the community on political and social issues.

Riverdale YM-YWHA
5625 Arlington Avenue
Bronx, NY 10471
718.548.8200
www.riverdaley.org
The Riverdale Y provides human services, informal education, and leisure activities to a multigenerational Jewish and general community.

Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester
600 Bear Ridge Road
Pleasantville, NY 10570
914.741.0333
www.rosenthaljcc.org
The Rosenthal JCC offers recreational, educational, cultural, and social services for all ages, including Jewish learning celebrations, early-childhood programs, summer camps, after-school activities, sport leagues, cultural programs, and social services such as early intervention and referrals or counseling. The JCC serves the Northern Westchester communities of Armonk, Pleasantville, Briarcliff Manor, Chappaqua, and Thornwood.

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Samuel Field Y
58-20 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362
718.225.6750
www.sfy.org
Samuel Field Y provides a broad range of social, educational, mental health, and recreational services to improve the quality of life for residents of northeast Queens and western Nassau County. The Y works with synagogues and Jewish organizations to enhance Jewish life and offers programs that reflect Jewish traditions and values. The Y also operates Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village in Poyntelle, Pennsylvania, and the Central Queens YM & YWHA in Forest Hills, New York.

Selfhelp Community Services
520 Eighth Avenue, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10018
212.971.7600
www.selfhelp.net
Selfhelp Community Services enables seniors and at-risk families to live independently through a comprehensive network of community-based home care, social service, and senior housing programs. As part of its mission, Selfhelp operates the largest Nazi-victim services program in the country for ages survivors of the Holocaust. A full range of human services is offered in such categories as cash assistance, counseling, day programs, entitlement services/advocacy, home care, housing, protective services, vocational training, and volunteer programs.

Sephardic Community Center
1901 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11223
718.627.4300
www.scclive.org
The Sephardic Center offers an array of human-service, cultural, recreational, and educational programs to the Sephardic Jewish population of Brooklyn.

Shorefront Jewish Community Council
3049 Brighton 6th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11235
718.743.0575
www.shorefrontjcc.org
Shorefront Community Council provides a range of services that respond to the poor, the elderly, and special groups in Brooklyn. It also works to promote and improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and relations with other ethnic groups.

Shorefront YM-YWHA of Brighton-Manhattan Beach
3300 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235
718.646.1444
www.shorefronty.org
The Shorefront Y provides a wide range of cultural, educational, social, fitness, and recreational activities for the entire community, as well as a broad range of immigrant services for the émigré community of Brighton Beach and the surrounding neighborhoods.

Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center
300 Forest Drive
East Hills, NY 11548
516.484.1545
www.sjjcc.org
The Sid Jacobson JCC offers a wide range of human-service, recreational, health, and cultural programs for the Jewish and general community on the North Shore of Long Island. The JCC also runs Camp Kehilla, a day camp for children and teens with special needs.

Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center
74 Hauppauge Road
Commack, NY 11725
631.462.9800
www.suffolkyjcc.org
The Suffolk Y offers programs that are both educational and recreational and directed toward strengthening individual growth, the Jewish family unit, and Jewish cultural identity in Suffolk County.

Surprise Lake Camp
307 Seventh Avenue, Suite 900
New York, NY 10001
212.924.3131
www.surpriselake.org
Surprise Lake is a residential summer camp for boys and girls, ages 7 to 15. It features a strong Jewish cultural program and a wide variety of traditional and modern camp activities. Surprise Lake Camp is located in Cold Spring, New York, 60 miles from New York City.

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United Jewish Council of the East Side
235 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002
212.233.6037
www.ujces.org
United Jewish Council of the East Side provides services to the needy, the elderly, newcomers, and other special groups. The council also works to improve intra-Jewish communal affairs and promotes relations among other ethnic groups through its leadership and formation of the Lower Manhattan Health Care Coalition.

Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts
420 East 79th Street
New York, NY 10021
631.643.7900
www.usdan.com
Usdan is a performing and visual arts day camp, located in Huntington, Long Island, for children ages 6 to 18 who are interested in music, art, theater, dance, and writing.

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Westchester Jewish Community Services
845 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603
914.761.0600
www.wjcs.com
WJCS offers a diverse range of mental-health services, residential home care, and social-service programs throughout Westchester County, including programs in such categories as bereavement, counseling, day programs, entitlement services/advocacy, Holocaust survivor services, parent education, telephone reassurance, volunteering, and more.

Westchester Jewish Council
701 Westchester Avenue, Suite 203E
White Plains, NY 10604
914.328.7001
www.wjcouncil.org
Westchester Jewish Council is the Jewish community relations organization for Westchester Jewry. The council represents 141 Jewish organizations in Westchester County. The council also maintains relations with other ethnic and religious groups and is the point organization for Westchester's elected officials.

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YM-YWHA of Boro Park
4912 14th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
718.438.5921
The Boro Park Y serves the social, recreational, educational, and cultural needs of the Jewish community in Boro Park and Flatbush. Programs and activities are geared primarily to the Orthodox and Hasidic community, however all Jews and ethnic groups are welcome to participate.

YM & YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood
54 Nagle Avenue
New York, NY 10040
212.569.6200
www.ywashhts.org
The Washington Heights Y strives to enhance the values and strengths of the Jewish community in the most northern part of Manhattan. The Y provides educational, recreational, and social activities in individual and group settings.

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