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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-07

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CONGREGATION BETH EL

311 W. Park St.
Traverse City, MI 49684
Contact: Tobi Karch, president
Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
Phone: (616) 946-1913
(248) 505-8888
Fax: (248) 788-4144
Email: juplaut@earthlink.net
Web site: www.uahcweb.org/mi/te-bethel/

Adult education classes offered twice monthly, Hebrew
and religious school, religious and holiday services.

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX
RABBISNAAD HARABONIN

16947 10 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact: Rabbi Chaskel Grubner
Phone: (248) 559-5005
Fax: (248) 559-5202
Email: cordetroit@hotmail.com

RABBI MAX WEINE INSTITUTE FOR
JUDAISM

Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Rabbi David and Alicia Nelson
Phone: (248) 547-7970
Fax: (248) 547-0421
Email: rabbi@congbethshalom.org

Now in its 28th year, 15 weeks of instruction offered
September-December and January-May, under the
auspices of the Conservative Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit, taught by Rabbi and Alicia Nelson at Beth
Shalom with all the Conservative rabbis giving guest
lectures.

TEMPLE BETH EL

7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Contact: Rabbi Daniel B. Syme
Rabbi David S. Castiglione
Phone: (248) 851-1100, ext. 3142, 3143
Fax: (248) 851-1187
Web site: www.tbeonline.com

A 10-week introduction to Judaism class is also offered
twice yearly.

TEMPLE SHIR SHALOM

3999 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
Contact: Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz
Rabbi Michael L. Moskowitz
Phone: (248) 737-8700
Fax: (248) 737-8862
Web site: www.shirshalom.org

Adult education classes for interfaith couples are
available on Wednesday evenings. Call for more
information.

Counseling & Suesort

ADDICTION & RECOVERY PROGRAM

Jewish Family Service
24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact: Gloria Allum
Phone: (248) 559-1500
(248) 737-5055
Fax: (248) 559-9858
Email: gallum@jfsdetroit.org
Web site: www.jfsdetroit.org

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE, THE

6890 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Rabbi Levi Shemtov
Phone: (248) 788-7878
Fax: (248) 788-7854
Email: friend@mitzvahexchange.com
Web site: www.friendshipcircle.com

Provides respite care and family programming for
families with special needs children. Provides volunteer
education and opportunities for children ages 12-16.
Offers counseling and friendship for Jewish adults
coping with substance abuse and isolation.

Comprehensive substance abuse and mental health
evaluation of all addictions. Therapeutic treatment,
education programs and support groups offered for the
chemically dependent, as well as significant others.
Ad/p.57, 87

CASA-COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL
ADVOCATE

National Council of Jewish Women
26400 Lahser Road, Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48034
Contact: Libby Sherbin
Phone: (248) 355-3300
Fax: (248) 355-9951
Email: ncjwcjh@speedlink.net
Web site: www.ncjwgds.org

GRANDPARENTS RIGHTS
ORGANIZATION

100 W. Long Lake Road, #250
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Contact: Richard S. Victor, executive director
Phone: (248) 646-7191
(248) 646-7177
Fax: (248) 646-9722
Email: RSVIaw@aol.com
Web site: www.grandparentsrights.org

Non-profit, international organization promotes and
supports rights of grandparents and grandchildren
relating to custody and grandparenting time. Helps
develop support groups for grandparents and provides
some legal assistance.

Requested by family court judges to be advocates for
children who require legal guardianship within the
family court system. Training is provided by NCJW.
Legal skills are not a prerequisite.

DETROIT RADIO INFORMATION
SERVICE-DRIS

4600 Cass Ave.
c/o WD ET-FM
Detroit, MI 48201
Contact: Kim Walsh, director
Phone: (313) 577-4146
(313) 577-4207 outreach and program hotline
Fax: (313) 577-1300
Email: dris@wayne.edu
Web site: www.wdetfm.org/dris

Makes more than 100 publications, including the
Detroit Jewish News, available to print-impaired
individuals via specialized radio receivers. Local dailies,
consumer information, senior and community resources
and issue-based programming are available to listeners
and institutions 24 hours a day.

FRIENDS OF REFUGEES OF EASTERN
EUROPE-ER.E.E.

15900 W. 10 Mile Road, Suite 105
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact: Rabbi Yosef Mishulovin
Phone: (248) 569-8514 office
(248) 538-5297 home
Fax: (248) 569-6770

Responds to the spiritual needs of new Americans in
metro Detroit. Synagogue services on Shabbat and
holidays, two Hebrew schools and family programs
revolving around the Jewish calendar year.

HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS SUPPORT
GROUP

Fleischman Residence/Jewish Home and Aging
Services
6710 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Dr. Charles Silow
Phone: (248) 356-6668
Fax: (248) 356-6668, (248) 542-1215
Email: drchazz@aol.com

Jewish Community Center-JPM Bldg.
15110 W.10 Mile Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Dr. Charles Silow
Phone: (248) 356-6668
Fax: (248) 356-6668, (248) 542-1215
Email: drchazz@aol.com

Dr. Charles Silow facilitates a Holocaust survivors
support group. Sponsored by DVC/Sinai-Grace
Hospital. Individual therapy sessions also available.

JACS-JEWISH ALCOHOLICS,
CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT PERSON &
SIGNIFICANT OTHERS

Jewish Family Service
24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Contact: Gloria Allum
Phone: (248) 559-1500
(248) 737-5055
Fax: (248) 559-9858
Email: gallum@jfsdetroit.org
Web site: www.jfsdetroit.org

Weekly support groups. Ad/p.57, 87

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