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June 24, 1994 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-24

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Opening Soon!

Hamilton House

Alternative Living Services' Newest
Specialty Care Option in Farmington Hills

If you have an elderly relative or friend
that can no longer live independently,
we can provide personal care and
protection for your loved one's
in a comfortable home-setting.
Conveniently located in Farmington Hills
with a country atmosphere.

24 Hour Personal
Care And Protection
0 24 Hour Physician
Service For Routine
Emergencies
O Dental Services
O Pharmacy And
Laboratory Service

O Staffing
24 Hours A Day
7 Days A Week
O All Meals,
Housekeeping,
Transportation
Provided To Doctor
and Dental
Appointments

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Pre-Opening Discount Now!

Hamilton House provides an elegant home-like
environment for those with Alzheimers and related disorders.

Services Include:

■ Private rooms with bath

■ Supportive care of the nurse manager

■ Attentive staff 24 hours a day

• State Licensed • Member Michigan Residential Care Association

WOODCREEK ADULT
FOSTER CARE

A Home For The Elderly
28024 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills, MI
(810) 855-1836 (810)437-8478

■ Structured activity program

■ Assistance with personal care

■ Safe and secure home-like setting

These help headaches

Alternative Living Services

Call (810) 4894114
27950 Drake Rd. • Farmington Hills

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Tired of healthcare headaches? Health Alliance Plan is just what the doctor ordered.
Office calls, lab tests, hospitalization — they're all covered by one low monthly payment.
Without deductibles or annoying claim forms.
So for fast relief from the pains of traditional healthcare plans, take two minutes
and call us in the morning.
To find out how to join HAP through the Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring, please
contact Ellen Bates-Brackett at (810) 545-0985. If you have any questions-regarding
the specific HAP benefits offered through the Workmen's Circle/Arbeter
Ring, contact HAP's Member Services Department at (313) 872-8100.
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BEDFORD VILLA NURSING CARE CENTER

The Privacy and Comfort of Home

Bedford Villa is a charming 61 bed nursing center specializing in
Rehabilitative Services. The intimate size of our center allows for
personalized attention.

• Private and semi-private rooms
• Medicare Certified
• Respite care

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306 S. Main St.
(810) 548-4422

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26164 Ingersol Drive 7770 Auburn Rd.
(810) 349-5040
(810) 254-9828

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• Specializing in Rehabilitative
Services
• Hospice service

Admissions Office Open Mon.-Fri. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Admissions Counselors available evenings and weekends
810-557-3333

"J"GRANCARE'"

Commitment to Excelknce

Located on 12 Mile, West of Greenfield Road

Proposal
Sparks Worry

Washington (JTA) — Jewish or-
ganizations are preparing a vig-
orous campaign against
President Clinton's proposal to
help fund welfare reform by re-
ducing benefits to immigrants.
At the same time, Russian
emigre communities around the
country are reportedly in a pan-
ic, with new immigrants scram-
bling to figure out what the
changes will mean for them.
Although short of his cam-
paign pledge to "end welfare as
we know it," the plan outlines
new measures to help wean im-
poverished families off welfare,
including job training, child care
and subsidized work programs.
To help pay for the plan, Mr.
Clinton has proposed cutting aid
directly to immigrants and indi-
rectly to refugees, threatening en-
titlements for tens of thousands
of newcomers each year, includ-
ing thousands of Jews from the
former Soviet Union.
Under the current system,
most Jewish emigres from the
former Soviet Union arrive in the
United States under the spon-
sorship of a previously arrived
family member, who promises to
support the newcomer for up to
three years.
In addition, the Jewish com-
munity, in conjunction with the
State Department, provides Eng-
lish and job-training programs
for eight months. Following that
period, the emigres often go on
welfare as they continue to learn
English and look for employment.
Mr. Clinton's plan proposes ex-
tending the period of time from
three to five years that a sponsor
is financially responsible for an
immigrant.
Families earning more than
$38,500 would be responsible for
immigrant relatives for 10 years,
according to Mr. Clinton's pro-
posals.
During the sponsorship peri-
od, no food stamps, social securi-
ty insurance, Medicaid or funds
through Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children are available
unless the combined family in-
come is lower than the national
poverty level.
Under Mr. Clinton's proposal,
Medicaid funding would still kick
in after the original three years,
but the other assistance pro-
grams would not be available un-
til after five years.
The president's plan includes
a six-year exemption for refugees,
or those who are admitted into
the country by demonstrating a
well-founded fear of persecution
in their homeland.
However, while the refugees
are eligible to enter the welfare
system for six years, if the wel-
fare system is revamped to re-
duce eligibility to two years, as
the president has proposed, then

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