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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-27

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Questions about these agencies and other community services? Call: Jewish Information Service

JEWISH FEDERATION MEMBER AGENCIES

TDD: 967-0460

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Agency for Jewish Education

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076-5501: 354-1050
Neal F. Zalenko
Ofra Fisher

President

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Executive Director

This agency offers Jewish educational oppor-
tunities for all ages, including nursery school,
afternoon classes and community high
school. Classes for children with disabilities
are available. The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies (in partnership with several
area synagogues) offers formal adult educa-
tion, teachers training and certification, and a
master's program.

Fresh Air Society

6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48322-3001: 661-0600
Jonathan Haber

President

Fresh Air Society provides opportunities for
recreation and education in a Jewish environ-
ment. Operations include the resident camps
in Brighton and Ortonville, outpost sites, a
teen trip to Israel and programs for children
with emotional impairments, as well as family
camps.

Hebrew Free Loan Association

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076-2399: 356-5292
Henry P. Lee
Ruth M. Marcus

President

Executive Director

Non-interest loans are available to persons
who are unable to secure commercial bank
loans for such purposes as medical expenses,
security deposits and small business needs.
HFLA also administers the community's
student loans and the home-buyer loan pro-
gram of Federation's Neighborhood Project,
as well as loans to new Americans.

Jewish Family Service

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075-3122: 559-1500
Branch Office
West Bloomfield Corporate Center
6960 Orchard Lake Rd., Suite 202
West Bloomfield 48322-4515: 737-5055
John E. Jacobs
Alan D. Goodman

President

Executive Director

Jewish Family Service offers individual,
group and family treatment. Services include
child placement, volunteer aides, Meals on
Wheels (with the National Council of Jewish
Women), child abuse prevention program,
assistance to older adults, respite care and
homemaker service. Fees vary according to
ability to.pay.

Jewish House of Shelter

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075-3122: 559-1500

Jerry Bielfield

Alan D. Goodman

President

Executive Director

Under the supervision of Jewish Family
Service, the Jewish House of Shelter offers
temporary housing and food to transients and
homeless persons.

Resettlement Service

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075-3122: 559-4566
Marcy Feldman Alan D. Goodman

President

Executive Director

Working with HIAS, the international Jewish
immigrant aid organization, Resettlement Ser-
vice provides counseling, housing and other
services to new immigrants in the Detroit area.

Jewish Community Center

Maple/Drake Building
6600 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48322-3002: 661-1000
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building
15110 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237-1494: 967-4030
Linda Lee
Dr. Morton Plotnick

President

Executive Director

All ages are involved in cultural, educational and
recreational activities. Programs include year-
round child care for pre-schoolers, sum-
mer day camp, courses for all ages including
senior adults, men's and women's health clubs
and an annual Jewish Book Fair.

Jewish Community Council

163 Madison Ave.
Detroit 48226-2180: 962-1880
Jeannie Weiner David Gad-Harf

President

Executive Director

Council and member organizations link Jewish
and non-Jewish communities, taking an active
role in interfaith and interethnic relations,
Holocaust education and fighting hunger and
homelessness. Council also promotes U.S.-Israel
connections and human rights through the Soviet
Jewry Committee.

Jewish Federation Apartments

Lillian & Samuel Hechtman Apts.
6700 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48322-3006: 661-5220
Anna & Meyer L. Prentis Towers
15100 W. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237-1473: 967-4240
Harriett & Ben Teitel Apts.
15106 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237-1456: 967-2224
Janet L. Levine Helen Naimark

President

Executive Director

Prentis Apartments, Teitel Apartments and
Hechtman Apai Unents accommodate older adults
on modest incomes who are able to function
independently and maintain their own living
quarters. Activities are offered on site and at the
nearby Jewish Community Centers.

Jewish Home for Aged

Borman Hall
19100 W. Seven Mile Rd.
Detroit 48219-2791: 532-7112/FAX 532-3319
Meyer L. Prentis Manor
26051 Lahser Rd.
Southfield 48034-2699: 352-2336
Edward I. & Freda Fleischman Residence
6710 W. Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield 48322-3014: 661-2999
Jack Schon
Alan S. Funk

President

Executive Vice-President

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

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Jewish Vocational Service

29699 Southfield Rd.
Southfield 48076-2063: 559-5000
4250 Woodward Ave.
Detroit 48201-1892: 833-8100
Linda Z. Klein
Albert I. Ascher

President

Executive Director

For those who require assistance in planning
careers, finding suitable employment and ad-
justing to jobs, help is available through JVS.
College educational and financial planning is
available, as are vocational rehabilitation ser-
vices for elderly people and individuals with
disabilities.

Sinai Hospital

6767 W. Outer Dr.
Detroit 48235-2899
Louis & Vivian Berry Health Center
28500 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills 48334
Blumberg Professional Office Building
14800 W. McNichols Rd.
Detroit 48235-3940
Samuel & Lillian Hechtman Health Center
31500 Telegraph Rd.
Birmingham 48010-4979
Oakland Internists & Associates
28625 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield 48034-8352
Edward & Lillian Rose
Diagnostic Imaging Center
32005 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills 48334
Sinai Health Center
6450 Farmington Rd.
West Bloomfield 48322-4455

For referral to Sinai Hospital physicians and
services, call 1-800-248-3627

Merle A. Harris

Howard Watts

Chairman of the Board

Interim President

Sinai Hospital is a 615-bed major health care
facility on a 36-acre site which offers both pri-
mary care and medically advanced specialty
services. Nearly 20,000 patients are admitted
every year. Sinai Health Care System also
operates six health care centers.

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