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September 16, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-16

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48 Friday, September 16, 1963

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GAYNORS

ORCHARD PLAZA
ORCHARD WE AO.
S. OF 14 MILE
005-,0033

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Efforts to Aid Homeless Jews Stepped Up in New York City

By BEN 4D A
I LLOB

York is being organized by
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies through a
number of its affiliated
agencies, with funds total-

(Copyright 1983',- JTA, Inc.)

A steadily widening and
multi-faceted program for
the Jewish homeless of New

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time, they stress the com-
plexity of the problems,
the shifting nature of the
needs and the intractibil-
ity of some of the prob-
lems they seek to help
solve.
The agency professionals
assess individual and fam-
ily needs, and advise the
needy where to get help in
shelter, jobs, rehabilitation,
public aid, vocational train-
ing and medical services.
The federation stepped up
its efforts to help an esti-
mated 1,000 Jewish home-
less last February, when the
unexpected severity of the
economic slump stretched
existing capacities of gov-
ernment and voluntary
agencies to shelter and feed
the homeless, allocating
$150,000.
In recent months, private
donors have given $50,000.
In addition, $286,540 in

Blanchard Names Detroiters
to State Employment Body

New Orleans Kosher Meat Market
15600 W. 10 Mile, Southfield
Singer's Kosher Meat Market
13721 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park

Gov. James J. Blanchard
has announced the designa-

all member markets will be closed Thurs., Sept 22 for Sukkot

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ing nearly $700,000, as an-
other winter of increased
suffering and deprivation
for the drifters approaches.
The federation has
created a Federation Home-
less Project (FHP) as a cen-
tral information and refer-
ral service, with its own
telephone lines.
The funds are being used
to pay for a variety of pro-
grams aimed at determin-
ing who the homeless Jews
are; how many there are;
how they can be brought to
agencies which can provide
them with basic shelter and
foods; and follow-up aid
programs to meet a variety
of needs, physical, social
and emotional.
Officials of the federa-
tion stress that the idea is
to end homelessness and
restore the victims to a
viable level of security
and hope. At the same

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