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October 01, 1993 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-01

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Agency for Jewish Education

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076-5501: 354-1050

Robert A. Berlow

Howard Gelberd

President

Executive Director

The Jewish community's central educational
resource, the AJE provides a support system for all
congregational schools, nursery through 12th
grade, and adult education programs. AJE is
home to the Community Jewish High School,
Midrasha Center for Adult Jewish Learning, re-
source center and Jewish Experiences For
Families. The agency coordinates teacher training
and curriculum development programs.

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Allied Jewish Campaign

Fresh Air Society

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

Jonathan F. Haber

Harvey Finkelberg

President

Executive Director

Fresh Air Society provides opportunities for recre-
ation and education in a Jewish environment.
Operations include the resident camp in Ortonville,
outpost sites, a teen trip to Israel and programs for
children with emotional impairments, as well as
family camping.

FEDERATIO 'S FAMILY OF AGE CIES

Hebrew Free Loan Association

21550 W. Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield 48076-2399: 356-5292

Marlene Borman

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 program 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

Janice B. Shatzman

Alan D. Goodman

President

Executive Director

Jewish Family Service offers individual, group and
family treatment. Services include child place-
ment, volunteer aides, Meals on Wheels (with the
National Council of Jewish Women), child abuse
prevention program, assistance to older adults,
respite care, homemaker service, chaplaincy and
hospice. 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 transient and homeless
persons.

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

Irwin L. Elson

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, summer 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

Resettlement Service

24123 Greenfield Rd.
Southfield 48075-3122: 559-4566

Marcy Feldman

Alan D. Goodman

President

Executive Director

Working with HIAS, the international Jewish immi-
grant aid organization, Resettlement Service pro-
vides counseling, housing and other services to
new immigrants in the Detroit area.

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6735 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills 48301: 642-5393

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 edu-
cation and fighting hunger and homelessness.
Council also promotes Jewish youth identity and
U.S.-Israel connections through several task forces.

Jewish Federation Apartments

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Lillian & Samuel Hechtman Apts. I and 11 \
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. Ten Mile Rd.
Oak Park 48237-1456: 967-2224

Neil S. Satovsky

Marsha Goldsmit

President

Executive Directo

These residential apartments accommod
adults on modest incomes who are able t
independently and maintain their own livi
quarters. Activities are offered on site an
nearby Jewish Community Centers.

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