Holocaust Survivor Program

 

JFFS is committed to helping Holocaust survivors and their families achieve and maintain the best possible quality of life.

 

 

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For more information on the JFFS Holocaust Survivor Program, contact Cally Clein at 949.435.3460, ext. 359 or e-mail Cally@JFFS.org.

SERVICES & RESOURCES:

Financial Assistance for In-Home Care


Financial assistance is available to survivors with both financial and functional limitations. In-home services can include personal/nursing care, chore/errand assistance, transportation or housekeeping.

 

 

Crisis Intervention and Care Management


Survivors can receive consultation and assistance on any issue affecting their health and well-being. Assistance can be either short- or long-term.

 

 

Assistance with Restitution and Claim Forms


Sometimes the process of filing claims can be extremely complex. We can help walk you through the process.

 

 

Emergency Alert System


We will help low-income survivors access an emergency alert system through the Blue Card program.

 

 

Emergency Financial Assistance


Low-income survivors are eligible for assistance with medicine, dental care, short-term nursing care and other one-time expenses.

 

 

Transportation to Community Events


Silver Streak Senior Transportation will provide free transportation to Holocaust survivors for Café Europa events.

 

 

Café​ Europa

 

A series of monthly gatherings for Holocaust survivors. Learn More

 

CAFÉ​ EUROPA OC:

 

A series of monthly gatherings for Holocaust survivors. Learn More

MORE INFORMATION & RESOURCES:

 

Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.