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We're enabling Jews to overcome crises, cope with the struggles of everyday life, and achieve self-sufficiency.

Our caring hand extends to the poor, the elderly, Holocaust survivors, children and adults with disabilities and special needs, and the unemployed across the economic spectrum. We provide access to crucial human services to all New Yorkers, whoever they are, and Jews everywhere.

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Led by Jews with disabilities, Yad HaChazakah-JDEC provides support services, resources, advocacy, and community for people with obvious or hidden disabilities as we promote access to Jewish community life.

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The Staten Island Jewish Community Center is here to serve all our communities needs. Let us be part of your family life from Day Care to Teen Activities to Senior Adult Activities.

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Since 1968, the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) and its affiliates--a beneficiary of the UJA-Federation of New York--with its 3,000 staff and volunteers, have provided social, recreational, health, cultural and educational programs for older persons, regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity to help sustain them in their homes and communities and to offer opportunities for a better quality of life.

These services are available in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

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Our mission is to assist people who are blind or visually impaired, and who may have additional disabilities, achieve lives of dignity and independence. The Jewish Guild for the Blind (The Guild) is one of the country's foremost vision care agencies. Since its founding in 1914, The Guild has been assisting visually impaired, blind and multidisabled people of all ages through a wide range of programs designed to support and enhance physical, emotional and intellectual functioning. Our range of services is the broadest in the US. The Guild is nonsectarian.

The Guild works collaboratively across the country and around the world with health care professionals and vision care agencies. Its programs include InTouch Networks, an international internet radio reading service, and SightCare, The Guild's national training program, which educates and trains those who care for, work with, or interact with persons who are visually impaired.

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