JFFS is deeply committed to supporting and caring for Holocaust Survivors in our community. Today Orange County is home to over 300 Holocaust survivors, many of whom live alone, have little social support and continue to bear scars from their past trauma.
Through our many services to survivors, we strive to ensure each survivor has the care they need and that they are connected with each other and with our Orange County Jewish Community. You can support these important services with your generous donation:
For more information on the JFFS Holocaust Survivor Program, contact Cally Clein at 949.435.3460, ext. 359, or email Cally@JFFS.org.
The JFFS Meal Partners program is designed to improve the health and well-being of isolated Holocaust survivors by matching volunteers with survivors to create lasting supportive relationships that revolve around sharing meals. Learn more about Meal Partners.
Financial assistance is available to survivors with both financial and functional limitations. In-home services can include personal/nursing care, chore/errand assistance, transportation or housekeeping.
Survivors can receive consultation and assistance on any issue affecting their health and well-being. Assistance can be either short- or long-term.
Sometimes the process of filing claims can be extremely complex. We can help walk you through the process.
We will help low-income survivors access an emergency alert system through the Blue Card program.
Low-income survivors are eligible for assistance with medicine, dental care, short-term nursing care and other one-time expenses.
Silver Streak Senior Transportation will provide free transportation to Holocaust survivors for Café Europa events.
A series of monthly gatherings for Holocaust survivors.