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January 16, 2004 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-16

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(734) 975-9872.

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Program — Helps older adults
"age in place" and strengthen
the Oak Park and Southfield
neighborhood in which they
live. Nancy Kleinfeldt (248) 559-
1500, ext. 289.
• Friendly Visitor — 1-2 hours
weekly. Visit with and/or gro- •
cery shop for a homebound
older adult.
• Activities Volunteer —
monthly. Help run activities for
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seniors.
• Russian Speaking Volunteer
— as needed. Assist communi-
cating with new Americans at
programs.
Jewish Family Service — 2143
Greenfield Road, Southfield.
Michelle Melamis (248) 559-
1500.
• Hospice — Provide consola-
tion and assistance to chroni-
cally and terminally ill individu-
als and their families.
• Mentor Works —
Responsible, caring adults are
matched as role models and
friends with children and teens.
• Friendly Visitors — 1 hour
weekly or biweekly. Visit
homebound older adults in their
homes or grocery shop and run
errands with them.
• Courtesy Drivers — Take
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• Administrative — Assist in
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