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October 02, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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Federation Member Agencies

Fresh Air Society

Jewish Vocational Service

Jewish Home for Aged

6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48033: 661-0600

4250 Woodward Ave.
Detroit 48201: 833-8100

Dr. Richard Krugel

29699 Southfield Rd.
Southfield 48076: 559-5000
Albert I. Ascher
Stuart Goldstein

Borman Hall
19100 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Detroit 48219: 532-7112

President

Sam Fisher

Executive Director

This agency provides opportunities for recreation
and education in a Jewish atmosphere. Opera-
tions include the Tamarack Camps in Brighton
and Ortonville, outpost sites, a teen trip to Israel.
programs for exceptional children and a Hebrew-
speaking village, as well as adult and family
camping.

Hebrew Free Loan Association

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076: 356-5292

Emery I. Klein

President

Ruth Marcus

Executive Director

Through HFLA, non-interest loans are available
to persons unable to secure commercial bank
loans. Funds may go to students needing tuition
money, persons with small business needs and
others who require personal financial assistance.
HFLA administers the homebuyer loan program
of Federation's Neighborhood Project.

Jewish Community Center

6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48033: 661-1000

Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch
15110 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237: 967-4030

Sidney Freedland

President

Executive Director

Jewish Community Council

163 Madison Avenue
Detroit 48226: 962-1880

President

Alvin L. Kushner

Executive Director

Council works with 300 member organizations
on community relations issues and matters of
common concern. It arranges activities with Jew-
ish and non-Jewish organizations, produces pro-
grams of Jewish content and provides a mediation
and arbitration service. A Council committee co-
ordinates Soviet Jewry programming.

United Jewish Charities

163 Madison Ave.
Detroit 48226: 965-3939

David Handleman

President

Executive Director

For those who require assistance in planning
careers, finding suitable employment and adjusting
to jobs, help is available through JVS. College
educational and financial planning and displaced
homemaker services are available. Workshops
provide vocational rehabilitation services to the
aged and handicapped.

Jewish Family Service

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075: 559-1500

Susan Citrin

President

Samuel Lerner

Executive Director

J FS offers professional counseling to individuals
and families, and assistance to the age,'. Services
include child placement, volunteer aides, Meals
on Wheels (in cooperation with National Council

of Jewish Women). respite care and help for single
parents and families of the physically impaired.

Resettlement Service

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075: 559-1500

Bernard H. Stollman Samuel Lerner

President

Executive Director

Dr. Morton Plotnick

All ages are involved in leisure-time, cultural, edu-
cational and recreational activities. Programs in-
clude year-round child care for pre-schoolers,
summer day camp, courses for all ages including
senior adults, men's and women's health clubs
and an annual Jewish Book Fair.

Leon S. Cohan

President

Martin S. Kraar

Secretary

United Jewish Charities manages communal
properties and financial resources, including en-
dowment and trust funds. Earnings generated by
invested assets are distributed for a wide range of
charitable purposes.

In conjunction with HIAS, the international Jewish
immigrant aid organization, Resettlement Service
provides housing and other assistance to new im-
migrants settling in the Detroit area. In addition, it
coordinates Federation agency programs design-
ed to help newcomers.

Jewish House of Shelter

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075: 559-1500

Jerry Bielfield

President

Executive Director

Under the supervision of Jewish Family Service,
the Jewish House of Shelter offers temporary
housing to transients and homeless persons on a
short-term basis.

Edward I. & Freda Fleischman Residence
6710 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48033: 661.2999

Paul Borman

President

Alan S. Funk

Executive Vice-President

The Home provides residential care for older adults
requiring assistance. Residents at Borman Hall
and Prentis Manor receive medical care, therapy
and nursing supervision. Fleischman Residence
was created for those who do not require nursing
care. Fees are based on ability to pay.

Sinai Hospital of Detroit

6767 W. Outer Dr.
Detroit 48235: 493-6824

Shiffman Clinic
14800 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit 48235: 493-6100

Goldin Health Care Center
6450 Farmington Rd.
West Bloomfield 48033: 493-6824

Samuel & Lillian Hechtman Health Center
31500 Telegraph Rd.
Bingham Farms 48010: 493-6824

Louis & Vivian Berry Health Center
Orch'ard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills 48018 (opening January 1988)

Bruce E. Thal

President

Irving A. Shapiro

Executive Vice-President

This research and medical complex offers care to
patients from the entire community. At Shiffman
Clinic, outpatients who cannot afford to pay a pri-
vate physician receive medical and dental care.
Several outpatient services are offered at Sinai's
suburban Health Care Centers.

United Hebrew Schools

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076: 354-1050

Dr. Barbara Goodman

President

Anna and Meyer L. Prentis Towers
15100 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237: 967-4240

UHS offers Jewish educational opportunities for
all ages. including nursery school (in partnership
with several area synagogues), afternoon classes
and Hebrew High School. Classes for hearing
impaired and handicapped children are available.

Lillian and Samuel Hechtman Apts.
6700 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48033: 661-5220

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.

Michael B. Perlman

Southfield 48076: 352-7117

Jewish Federation Apartments

President

Helen Naimark

Executive Director

Prentis Towers and Hechtman Apartments ac-
commodate older adults on modest incomes who
are able to function independently and maintain
their own living quarters. Activities and day pro-
grams are offered on site and at the nearby Jewish
Community Centers.

Front Cover:
Model seder at United Hebrew Schools, Adat Shalom Branch

Services in the Temple of Heroes. Budapest, Hungary
Youth Aliyah classroom, Israel

Samuel Lerner

Meyer L. Prentis Manor
26051 Lahser Rd.
Southfield 48034: 352.2336

Midrasha, College of Jewish Studies

Edwin G. Shifrin

Chairman

The Midrasha offers formal adult education, in-
cluding Hebrew language and courses in Judaica.

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