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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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ON-PROFIT

HISTORY

Jewish Home and Aging Services-Jewish
Community Chaplaincy Program

6710 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, VI 48322
Contact: Rabbi Dovid Potter
Phone: (248) 661-2999
Fax: (248) 661-1628
Coordinates and provides pastoral care,
religious and cultural programs to
Jewish older adults living in non-Jewish
health care facilities throughout the tri-
county area.

Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network

Jewish Family Service
24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, VI 48075
Contact: Rabbi E.B. Freedman
Phone: (248) 559-1500, ext. 200
(248) 613-8846 cell
Fax: (248) 569-4840
Email: rabbibunni@aol.com
Provides guidance and support for fami-
lies dealing with end-of-life issues.
Provides spiritual care and patient advo-
cacy for terminally ill Jewish patients in
hospices throughout Southeastern
Vichigan.

Hospice of Michigan
Jewish Hospice Program

400 Vack Avenue
Detroit, VI 48201
Contact: Bobbie Blitz, R.\
(248) 253-2580, ext. 4543
Phone: (313) 578-5000 headquarters
(888) 247- 5181 access center
Fax: (248) 253-2599
Email: bblitz@hom.org
Web Site: www.hom.org
Comprehensive medical care and sup-
port services for those living with a ter-
minal illness and their families, provided
in the context of Jewish cultural and reli-
gious traditions. Care provided at home,
Farmington Hills Hospice Home, nursing
home or hospital.

Mott Children's Hospital

1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: (734) 936-4000
Web Site: www.med.umich.edu
The division of pediatric genetics pro-
vides service in the diagnosis, treatment
and prevention of birth defects, structur-
al abnormalities, inherited diseases,
chromosomal abnormalities and mental
retardation.

N'siah: A Journey

Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute
4100 John R.
Detroit, VI 48201
Contact: Sharon Cure, Director,
Department of Patient & Family
Support Services
Phone: (800) 527-6266
(800 KARMANOS)
Fax: (313) 966-8332
Email: sachsp@karmanos.org
Web Site: www.karmanos.org
A faith-based support group for Jewish

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cancer patients regardless of treatment
affiliation that explores how religious
beliefs and Jewish practices can help
one feel more in control of the cancer
experience.

Sinai Guild, The

Weisberg Cancer Treatment Center
31995 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills, VI 48334
Contact: Rusty Rosman, president
Sandra Jaffa, executive director
Phone: (248) 538-6501
Fax: (248) 538-6502
Supports and promotes medical and/or
scientific activities that benefit both
Jewish and metropolitan Detroit commu-
nities through the institutions of the
Detroit Medical Center and the agencies
of the Jewish community.

HISTORY

Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan

P.O. Box 251693
West Bloomfield, VI 48325-1693
Contact: James Grey
Phone: (248) 540-9070
Fax: (248) 540-4137
Email: gentrex@aol.com
Web Site: http://www.jgsmi.org
Workshops, lectures, field trips, semi-
nars. Information exchange. Learn
research techniques. Library resources
provide world wide research opportuni-
ties.

Jewish Historical Society of Michigan

6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, VI 48322
Contact: Robert Kaplow, president
Phone: (248) 661-1000
(248) 432-5600 x2517
Email: jhsofmichigan@msn.com
Web Site: www.michjewishhistory.org
Documenting and publicizing Michigan
Jewish history. Journal once a year,
exhibits, programs and tours. Founded in
1959 in order to preserve our past for
future generations. Volunteer organiza-
tion.

Leonard N. Simons Jewish Community
Archives

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit
Contact: Howard Dembs
Phone: (248) 642-4260
Email: dembs@jfmd.org
Collects, inventories, preserves and
makes available for research the histori-
cal record of the Jewish Federation,
United Jewish Foundation, Federation's
member agencies, local organizations
and individuals. Includes photographic
and biographical collections.

Michigan Historical Museum

702 W. Kalamazoo, Box 30740
Lansing, VI 48918
Contact: Chris Dancisak
Phone: (517) 373-3559;
(517) 373-2353 tours
Fax: (517) 373-0851
Email: DancisakC@Michigan.gov

Web Site: www.michiganhistory.org
Jewish contributions to Michigan history
on permanent display. Free weekend
parking and free admission. Tours
offered. Call to schedule.

Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archives

Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Contact: Holly Teasdle, archivist
Phone: (248) 851-1100, ext. 3137
Fax: (248) 851-1187
Email: franklinarchives@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.tbeonline.org
Collects, preserves and makes accessi-
ble 150-year history of Temple Beth El,
Detroit and Michigan Jewish communi-
ties. Includes the "Congregation Beth El
Collection," institutional and family
records. Researchers welcome.
Speakers available.

HOLOCAUST

Programs for Holocaust Survivors and
Families

Cafe Europa Detroit
Jewish Community Center
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building
Contact: Dr. Charlie Silow
Phone: (248) 661-2999 ext. 299
Fax: (248) 661-1628
Email: drchazz@aol.com
A monthly program of live Jewish enter-
tainment, coffee and pastries for
Holocaust survivors, families and friends.
Second Monday of the month at 1 p.m.

Children of Holocaust Survivors
Association In Michigan - C.H.A.I.M.
Fleischman Residence/JHAS
6710 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Ml 48322
Contact: Charles Silow, Ph.D.
Phone: (248) 661-2999 ext. 299
Fax: (248) 661-1628
Email: drchazz@aol.com
Founded in 1979 as an organization of
children and friends of survivors devoted
to promoting Holocaust education and
awareness. Hosts educational and social
programs and raises funds for Holocaust
educational projects.

Jewish and Yiddish Video Series
Contact: Dr. Charles Silow
Phone: (248) 661-2999, ext. 299
Fax: (248) 661-1628
Email: drchazz@aol.com
Jewish Community Center - JPV Bldg.
First Monday of the month at 1 p.m.
Fleischman Residence/JHAS
Second Sunday of the month at 7 p.m.

Portraits of Honor: Michigan's
Holocaust Survivors
Jewish Home & Aging Services
6710 W. Vaple Road
West Bloomfield, VI 48322
Contact: Dr. Charles Silow
Phone: (248) 661-2999, ext. 299
Fax: (248) 661-1628
Email: drchazz@aol.com

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