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SPRING 2014

RESOURCE
GUIDE
J E W I S H C O M M U N I T Y
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ased on Jewish values, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles convenes and
leads the community and leverages its resources to assure the continuity of the
Jewish people, support a secure State of Israel, care for Jews in need here and abroad,
and mobilize on issues of concern to the local community, all with our local, national, and
international partners.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
6505 Wilshire Blvd. | Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 761-8000
The Jewish Federation Valley Alliance
19710 Ventura Blvd., Suite 105 | Woodland Hills, CA 91364
(818) 668-2330
JewishLA.org
211 Government and Community Services Line
Call 2-1-1or visit 211LA.org
Central Access Line/Jewish Family Service (877) 275-4537
One-stop connection to community and government resources. jfsla.org
HaMercaz/Jewish Family Service (866) 287-8030
One-stop referral service for Jewish families with children with special
needs (birth to age 22). hamercaz.org
JKidLA/BJE City (323) 761-8616 Valley (818) 464-3391
Listings and referrals for Jewish engagement, including day schools,
preschools, complimentary schools and residential camps. jkidla.org
ONE-STOP REFERRALS
When you don’t know where to start, you can call a single number
that opens the door to all kinds of support and information.
The Ezra Network jewishla.org/ezra
In the comfort and privacy of one of our partnering synagogues, you can
get help from a social worker, legal counselor or job counselor.
Social Workers:
Laurel Canyon Corridor (818) 397-2886
Mid-Wilshire (323) 600-5722
South Bay (323) 807-1289
West Valley (818) 854-9760
Westside (323) 810-2781
Job Counselor (323) 761-8888 ext. 8997
Legal Counselor (323) 549-5827
THE EZRA NETWORK
J E WI S H COMMUNI T Y R E S OUR CE GUI DE
ADDICTION SERVICES
Whether you are interested in residential or outpatient help,
counseling or a 12-step approach, the first step to take in dealing
with addiction is to call one of these community partners.
Aish Tamid of Los Angeles (323) 634-0505
Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for
at-risk young adults ages 14-28. aishtamid.org
Alcohol & Drug Action Program/Jewish Family Service
(310) 247-1180
Addiction and substance abuse education, support, and
prevention services for people of all ages. jfsla.org
Beit T’Shuvah (310) 204-5200
Jewish residential and outpatient addiction treatment and
prevention programs. beittshuvah.org
COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES
From counseling services to programs for youth at risk, there
is a wide range of services for individuals and families in need.
Aish Tamid of Los Angeles (323) 634-0505
Drop-in center, crisis intervention, and career guidance for
at-risk young adults ages 14-28. aishtamid.org
Aleinu Family Resource Center/Jewish Family Service
(310) 247-0534
Comprehensive services for children, families, and older
adults. Offers culturally sensitive services for the Orthodox
community. jfsla.org
Aviva Family and Children’s Services (323) 876-0550
Provides mental health, foster care, and education programs
for at-risk children, teens, and families. avivacenter.org
Chai Lifeline (877) 374-6331
Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their
families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and
family programs. chailifeline.org/westcoast
Counseling Services/Jewish Family Service
Central Access Line (877) 275-4537
Professional therapists provide counseling and mental health
intervention for children, teens, adults, survivors of violence,
couples, and families. jfsla.org
Family Violence Project/Jewish Family Service
Hotline (818) 505-0900
24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelters, transitional housing,
comprehensive counseling, and education and prevention
outreach. jfsla.org
Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center
(323) 644-2000
Provides acute in-patient, residential, and out-patient services
to mentally ill adolescents and adults. gatewayshospital.org
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles
One-on-One Mentoring (323) 456-1157
Camp Max Straus (323) 456-1155
Youth mentoring (1-1 matches with adult volunteers) and
camp programs. jbbbsla.org
JKidLA/BJE City (323) 761-8616 Valley (818) 464-3391
Listings and referrals for Jewish engagement, including
day schools, preschools, complimentary schools and residential
camps. jkidla.org
COUNSELING & FAMILY SERVICES (Continued)
JQWarmline/JQ International (855) 574-4577
Referrals and supportive assistance for LGBTQ Jews and their
allies, parents, friends, families and clergy. jqinternational.org
National Council of Jewish Women/LA
Counseling talkline and services (877) 655-3807
Individual and family counseling, support groups, court
advocacy, and child art and literacy programs. ncjwla.org
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services (310) 836-1223
Counseling services for children with emotional, behavioral,
learning, and developmental disorders. vistadelmar.org
CLOTHING AND ITEM DONATIONS/
LOANS (G’MACH)
Whether you want to borrow a piece of medical equipment,
donate furniture you don’t use or need gently-used clothes
for your family, call these community partners.
BTS Thrift Boutique/Beit T’Shuvah (310) 204-4669
Clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center and thrift
store. beittshuvah.org/bts-thrift-boutique
Home Item Distribution/Global Kindness (310) 402-8882
Collects donations and distributes clothing, housewares,
electronics, toys, and more at no cost.
myglobalkindness.org
Medical Equipment Loan/Bikur Cholim (323) 852-1900
Loans out free medical equipment to patients of all ages.
bikurcholim.net
National Council of Jewish Women/LA
Council Thrift Shops (800) 400-6259
Clothing Vouchers/Talkline (877) 655-3807
Clothing, furniture, and houseware donation center and thrift
store. Provides clothing vouchers through talkline.
ncjwla.org/council-thrift-shops
Second Chance G’Mach/Tomchei Shabbos (323) 851-1000
Provides gently-used furniture and appliances to families in
need. tomcheishabbos.org
EMPLOYMENT
From resume writing to ESL classes to job training to AA degree
programs, if you need help with employment, you’ll find it here.
Jewish Vocational Service
Main Offices: City (323) 761-8888
Valley (818) 501-7755
The Ezra Network (323) 761-8888 ext. 8997
(Job counselor in synagogues)
JVS WorkSource Centers:
Marina del Rey (310) 309-6000
West Hollywood (323) 904-4900
Job search and career services, training programs, and
workforce development. jvsla.org or jewishla.org/ezra
JobLink/Tomchei Shabbos (323) 851-1000
Connects Jews with employment opportunities. Includes resume
review, job search skill development, job matching, and
retraining. tomcheishabbos.org or sb@touchofkindness.com
EMPLOYMENT (Continued)
From resume writing to ESL classes to job training to AA degree
programs, if you need help with employment, you’ll find it here.
LA ORT College City (323) 966-5444 Valley (818) 382-6000
Nonprofit college offering vocational technical training and AA
degree programs. laort.edu
ParnossahWorks/Jewish Vocational Service
(323) 904-4900
Job search services and free access to hundreds of active
listings online. parnossahworksla.org
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE/SCHOLARSHIPS
If you need financial assistance call one of the partners below.
Brawerman Leadership Institute/The Jewish Federation
(323) 761-8116
Need-based leadership fellowship for Jewish students starting
college that include a
$
10,000 annual scholarship.
jewishla.org/brawerman
Jewish Crisis Fund/The Jewish Federation
Central Access Line (877) 275-4537
Financial assistance and case management services for Jews
in financial crisis. Contact JFS Central Access for more
information. jewishla.org
Jewish Free Loan Association
City (323) 761-8830 Valley (818) 344-1072
Zero-interest loans for students, small businesses, emergencies,
healthcare, special needs, lifecycle events, etc. jfla.org
Jewish Vocational Service/Scholarship Program
(323) 761-8888 x8868
Provides Jewish students in LA with need-based financial aid
for post-secondary education. jvsla.org
One Happy Camper/The Jewish Federation
(323) 761-8320
Grants for first time campers grades 2-12 for Jewish overnight
camp. onehappycamper.org
Sandra and Lawrence Post Israel Grants Program/
The Jewish Federation (323) 761-8320
Grants for people ages 15-26 participating in first-time
peer/educational experiences in Israel. jewishla.org
Student Scholarships/
National Council of Jewish Women/LA (323) 852-8515
Offers $1,000 - $2,000 student scholarships for women in
financial need. ncjwla.org
FOOD AND NUTRITION
The community partners listed below can provide a range
of assistance from groceries to meals and more.
Global Kindness (310) 402-8882
Collects left over prepared kosher food from catered events,
as well as groceries, and distributes to people in Pico-Robertson
area. myglobalkindness.org
Nutrition Program/Jewish Family Service
(323) 937-5843 x1702 or (323) 937-5852
Home-delivered kosher meals and community dining options
for seniors and adults with disabilities. jfsla.org
FOOD AND NUTRITION (Continued)
Project Chicken Soup (310) 836-5402
Kosher meal delivery for people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer,
or other serious illnesses. projectchickensoup.org
SOVA Community Food and Resource Program/
Jewish Family Service (818) 988-7682
Free groceries one time per month and supportive services
including free legal assistance, job counseling, loans, Medi-Cal
and CalFresh enrollment, counseling, and case management.
Detailed schedule available online. jfsla.org/sova
SOVA Metro – 1140 N. La Brea near Santa Monica Blvd.
SOVA Valley – 16439 Vanowen St. near Hayvenhurst
SOVA West – 8846 W. Pico Blvd. near Robertson
Tomchei Shabbos (323) 851-1000
Shabbat and holiday kosher grocery delivery and other
resources. tomcheishabbos.org
IMMIGRANT RESOURCES
Whether you say “Hello” in Farsi ( ), “Hello” in Russian
( ) or “Hello” in Hebrew ( ), these partners
provide culturally sensitive services to immigrants in need.
LA ORT College City (323) 966-5444 Valley (818) 382-6000
Offers English as a Second Language classes. laort.edu
Resettlement/The Jewish Federation, Jewish Family
Service and Jewish Vocational Service (323) 935-5303
Pre-arrival refugee assistance, family immigration, naturaliza-
tion, & post-resettlement vocational and social services.
Iranian Resources
These community partners serve the Iranian community.
Farsi Mental Health Services/Jewish Family Service
(818) 432-5037 or (818) 432-5025
Mental health services in Farsi for low-income people. jfsla.org
Felicia Mahood Multipurpose Center/
Jewish Family Service (310) 231-9228
Services for older adults including care management,
counseling, support groups, transportation, and meals.
Services available in Farsi and English. jfsla.org
Iranian American Jewish Federation (323) 654-4700
An organization dedicated to the needs of Iranian Jews in
Los Angeles. iajf.org
Iranian Peer Counseling Warmline/Jewish Family Service
(818) 464-2864
Iranian immigrants can access services and receive information
about available resources in Farsi. jfsla.org
Israeli Resources
These community partners serve the Israeli community.
Israeli American Council (818) 836-6700
Central organizing body of Israeli-Americans in Los Angeles.
israeliamerican.org
Israeli Consulate (323) 852-5500
Services for Israelis in need living in or visiting L.A.
israella.org
IMMIGRANT RESOURCES (Continued)
Israeli Resources (Continued)
MATI Israeli Community Center (818) 465-8527
Provides programs for the Israeli community living in
Los Angeles. maticenter.com
Stand by Me (818) 855-9589
Supportive services including meals, support groups,
counseling, transportation, and more, offered in Hebrew
for Jewish Israelis with cancer. ustandbyme.com
Russian Resources
This community partner serves the Russian community.
West Hollywood Comprehensive Service Center/
Jewish Family Service (323) 851-8202
Social services for Russian West Hollywood residents over
18 years old. Recreational and social services for older adults.
jfsla.org
INCARCERATED SERVICES
Incarcerated Jews and their families should contact the partners
below for support and advocacy during incarceration and after.
Beit T’Shuvah Alternative Sentencing (310) 204-5200
Advocates on behalf of those with drug and alcohol-related
crimes to enter rehabilitation instead of incarceration.
beittshuvah.org
Board of Rabbis of Southern California (323) 761-8600
Information and referrals for Jewish inmates and their
families in L.A. County jail facilities only. boardofrabbis.org
LEGAL SERVICES
For free legal services, call the number below.
Bet Tzedek Legal Services
Main Office (323) 939-0506
The Ezra Network (323) 549-5827
(Legal counselor in synagogues)
Free legal counsel including housing, debtors’ rights and
bankruptcy, guardianships and conservatorships, employment
rights, and government services. bettzedek.org or
jewishla.org/ezra
MEDICAL SUPPORT SERVICES
When you or your loved ones are facing a health crisis, you are
not alone. These community partners can provide a host of
services to offer physical, financial, and emotional support.
Bikur Cholim/Jewish Healthcare Foundation
(323) 852-1900
Services for Jewish families with serious illness including
short-term housing during treatment, medical referrals,
and equipment loans. bikurcholim.net
Brandman Centers for Senior Care/
Los Angeles Jewish Home (855) 774-8444
Comprehensive medical care for nonresident seniors including
primary medical care, rehabilitation, and home health
services. brandmanseniorcare.org
Chai Lifeline (877) 374-6331
Services for Jewish children with serious illnesses and their
families including hospital support, counseling, camps, and
family programs. chailifeline.org/westcoast
MEDICAL SUPPORT SERVICES (Continued)
The Jewish Bereavement Project/Kalsman Institute
on Judaism and Health (213) 765-2180
Links to support groups and services at synagogues and agencies
that provide information on Jewish bereavement, mourning
rituals, and other grieving resources.
jewishbereavement.com and huc.edu/kalsman
LA Community Chaplaincy Services (424) 888-4748
On call private pay Jewish and interfaith spiritual care.
lacommunitychaplaincy.com
Skirball Hospice/Los Angeles Jewish Home
(877) 774-3040
Palliative care and psychological support for people facing a
chronic disease or terminal illness. jha.org
Stand by Me (818) 855-9589
Supportive services including meals, support groups, counseling,
transportation, and more, offered in Hebrew for Israelis with
cancer. ustandbyme.com
SENIORS AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS
The community partners below can help older adults,
including Holocaust survivors, age in place through a variety
of services and programs.
Community Care At Home/Jewish Vocational Service
(310) 246-1918
In-home care for people facing short- or long-term disability.
ccathome.org
Elder Law/Bet Tzedek Legal Services (323) 549-5823
Free elder law services, and assistance with conservatorships,
elder abuse, and family caregiver rights. bettzedek.org
Holocaust Survivor Program/Jewish Family Service
(323) 937-5900
Services for Holocaust survivors including Café Europa social
clubs, care management, counseling, in home supportive
services, assistance with reparations, financial assistance, and
more. jfsla.org
Holocaust Survivor Services/Bet Tzedek Legal Services
(323) 549-5883
Free legal support to Holocaust survivors applying for
reparations, pensions, and other benefits.
bettzedek.org
SENIORS AND HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS
(Continued)
JFS Care/Jewish Family Service (855) 455-2273
In-home caregivers for seniors and adults. jfscare.org
Los Angeles Jewish Home (877) 774-3306
Multi-level senior living services from independent to dementia
care. jha.org
Menorah Housing Foundation (310) 477-1476
Affordable independent-living apartment rentals for
low-income seniors. menorahhousing.org
Senior Centers & Comprehensive Services/
Jewish Family Service
Centers offer care management, meal programs, health and
wellness, mental health services, transportation, in-home
support, home safety modification, MSSP, and more. Financial
pre-screening for Jewish free burial. jfsla.org
Felicia Mahood Multipurpose Center (310) 231-9228
11338 Santa Monica Blvd. near Sawtelle
Freda Mohr Multipurpose Center (323) 937-5900
330 N. Fairfax near Beverly Blvd.
Israel Levin Senior Center (310) 396-0205
201 Ocean Front Walk in Venice
Pico-Robertson Family Resource Center (310) 247-0864
8838 W. Pico Blvd. near Robertson
Valley Storefront Senior Center (818) 984-1380
12821 Victory Blvd. near Coldwater Canyon in North Hollywood
W. Hollywood Comprehensive Service Center (323) 851-8202
7377 Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood
Skirball Hospice/Los Angeles Jewish Home
(877) 774-3040
Palliative care and psychological support for people and their
families facing a terminal illness. jha.org
Westside JCC Senior Programs (323) 938-2531
Senior programming including wellness classes, holiday/social
programs, and programs for frail seniors. westsidejcc.org
SPECIAL NEEDS/DISABILITY SERVICES
CHILDREN*
The community partners listed below provide help to kids with
special needs and disabilities, as well as much-needed support to the
families who love them, including parents, grandparents and siblings.
Children with Special Needs Loans/
Jewish Free Loan Association (323) 761-8830
Interest-free loans of up to $10,000 for diagnostic expenses,
behavioral supports, and more. jfla.org
Friendship Circle
Provides social, recreational, and educational opportunities
to Jewish children and teens with special needs and
their families.
Conejo Valley Friendship Circle (818) 865-2233
friendshipcircleca.org
Friendship Circle by the Sea
(Pacific Palisades) (310) 454-7783
fcpalisades.org
Friendship Circle Los Angeles (310) 280-0955
fcla.org
Friendship Circle of the South Bay (310) 214-6677
gotfriends.com
Valley Friendship Circle (Studio City) (818) 508-6633
valleyfriendshipcircle.com
HaMercaz/Jewish Family Service (866) 287-8030
One-stop referral service and support services for Jewish
families with children with special needs. hamercaz.org
Hevrah Program/Far West Region USY (818) 986-0907
Program for Jewish teens with special needs. fwusy.net
JBI International (323) 500-3700
Free braille, large print and audio publications of Jewish
cultural, liturgical and educational material from The Jewish
Braille Library. Available in seven languages including
Russian, Yiddish, Hebrew and Spanish. jbilibrary.org
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles
(818) 456-1144
Group mentoring with ETTA for adults with special needs, and
1on 1 mentoring with Friendship Circle for siblings of children
with special needs. jbbbsla.org
Jewish Life Programs/Vista Del Mar
(310) 836-1222 x322
Nes Gad ol/Miracle Project offers religious, cultural and arts
programming for children with autism and other special
needs. vistadelmar.org
Online Jewish Academy/BJE (818) 464-3399
Online courses designed to complement students’ classroom
learning for teens in Jewish high schools with learning needs
and a spectrum of disorders. onlinejewishacademy.org
OurSpace (818) 530-4069
Located at Temple Aliyah and Valley Beth Shalom, and serving
the entire community, this program offers a full range of
learning, social, and spiritual Jewish experiences for children,
teens, and adults with special needs. ourspacela.org
Shlemut Network (310) 402-7425
Social programming for children and young adults with special
needs in the South Bay. shlemutnetwork@gmail.com
and shlemutnetwork.org
Yachad (310) 229-9000 x206
Inclusive Jewish social programming for children, teens, and
adults with special needs. yachadla.com
SPECIAL NEEDS/DISABILITY SERVICES
ADULTS
The community partners listed below provide an array of
services and programs for adults with special needs and
disabiliities and their caregivers.
Assessment and Disability Services/
Jewish Vocational Service (323) 761-8888
Comprehensive vocational evaluations of individuals with
disabilities. jvsla.org
Chaverim/Jewish Family Service (818) 464-3360
Social-recreational club for Jewish adults with special needs.
jfsla.org
Conservatorship and Guardianship Services/
Bet Tzdedek Legal Services (323) 549-5823
Provides assistance to those seeking a conservatorship for
adults with special needs. bettzedek.org
JBI International (323) 500-3700
Free braille, large print and audio publications of Jewish
cultural, liturgical and educational material from The Jewish
Braille Library. Available in seven languages including
Russian, Yiddish, Hebrew and Spanish. jbilibrary.org
Jewish Deaf Community Center (818) 239-4448
A central resource for deaf, hard of hearing persons, and the
community at large. jdcc.org or jdccnews@yahoo.com
OurSpace (818) 530-4069
Located at Temple Aliyah and Valley Beth Shalom, and serving
the entire community, this program offers a full range of
learning, social, and spiritual Jewish experiences for children,
teens, and adults with special needs. ourspacela.org
Residential and Independent Living Services/ETTA
(818) 985-3882
Residential, independent and semi-independent living for
adults with special needs, as well as recreational programs.
etta.org
REGIONAL SERVICES
If you or someone you know lives out of reach of the services
we count on here in Greater Los Angeles, please call one of our
community partners below.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Long Beach &
West Orange County (562) 427-7916
jfcslongbeach.org
Jewish Federation & Family Services,
Orange County (949) 435-3460
familyservicesoc.org
Jewish Federation of Greater San Gabriel &
Pomona Valleys (626) 445-0810
jewishsgpv.org
Ventura County Jewish Family Service (805) 641-6565
jfsvc.org
For those outside of these regions needing more information,
please visit jfna.org
*There are many synagogues and camps that offer programming
for famillies with children or adults with special needs.
Visit hamercaz.org for more information
Organization Number Website
Aish Tamid of Los Angeles (323) 634-0505 aishtamid.org
Aviva Family & Children’s Services (323) 876-0550 avivacenter.org
Beit T’Shuvah (310) 204-5200 beittshuvah.org
Bet Tzedek Legal Services (323) 939-0506 bettzedek.org
Bikur Cholim (323) 852-1900 bikurcholim.net
BJE: Builders of Jewish Education (323) 761-8605 bjela.org
Board of Rabbis of The Jewish Federation of Greater L.A. (323) 761-8600 boardofrabbis.org
Chai Lifeline (877) 374-6331 chailifeline.org/westcoast
Conejo Valley Friendship Circle (818) 865-2233 friendshipcircleca.org
ETTA (818) 985-3882 etta.org
Friendship Circle by the Sea (310) 454-7783 fcpalisades.com
Friendship Circle LA (310) 280-0955 fcla.org
Friendship Circle of the South Bay (310) 214-6677 gotfriends.com
Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center (323) 644-2000 gatewayshospital.org
Global Kindness (310) 402-8882 myglobalkindness.org
Hevrah Program/Far West Region USY (818) 986-0907 fwusy.net
Iranian American Jewish Federation (323) 654-4700 iajf.org
Israeli American Council (818) 836-6700 israeliamerican.org
Israeli Consulate (323) 852-5500 israella.org
JBI International (323) 500-3700 jbilibrary.org
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles (323) 456-1157 jbbbsla.org
Jewish Deaf Community Center (818) 239-4448 jdcc.org
Jewish Family Service (877) 275-4537 jfsla.org
Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles (323) 761-8000 jewishla.org
Jewish Free Loan Association (323) 761-8830 jfla.org
Jewish Vocational Service (323) 761-8888 jvsla.org
JQ International (855) 574-4577 jqinternational.org
LA Community Chaplaincy Services (424) 888-4748 lacommunitychaplaincy.com
LA ORT College (323) 966-5444 laort.edu
Los Angeles Jewish Home (855) 227-2745 jha.org
MATI Israeli Community Center (818) 456-8527 maticenter.com
Menorah Housing Foundation (310) 477-1476 menorahhousing.org
National Council of Jewish Women/LA (877) 655-3807 ncjwla.org
Online Jewish Academy (818) 464-3399 onlinejewishacademy.org
OurSpace (818) 530-4069 ourspacela.org
Project Chicken Soup (310) 836-5402 projectchickensoup.org
Shlemut Network (310) 402-7425 shlemutnetwork.org
Stand by Me (818) 855-9589 ustandbyme.com
Tomchei Shabbos (323) 851-1000 tomcheishabbos.org
Valley Friendship Circle (818) 508-6633 valleyfriendshipcircle.com
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services (310) 836-1223 vistadelmar.org
Westside JCC (323) 938-2531 westsidejcc.org
Yachad (310) 229-9000 x206 yachadla.com
JewishLA.org
Resources for the Jewish Community
The Federation’s Caring for Jews in Need strategic initiative prepared this resource guide in order to support our community.
As the convener of the community we serve, The Jewish Federation is honored to work with a variety of partners
to meet needs, provide engagement opportunities, and ensure the Jewish future we share.
ONE-STOP REFERRALS
When you don’t know where to start, you can call a single number that opens the door to all kinds of support and information.
211 Government and Community Services Line—Call 2-1-1 or visit 211LA.org
Central Access Line/Jewish Family Service—(877) 275-4537
One-stop connection to community and government resources. jfsla.org
The Ezra Network
Assistance available at local synagogues from a social worker, legal counselor or job counselor. jewishla.org/ezra
HaMercaz/Jewish Family Service (866) 287-8030
One-stop referral service for Jewish families with children with special needs (birth to age 22). hamercaz.org
JKidLA/BJE City (323) 761- 8616 Valley (818) 464-3391
Listings and referrals for Jewish engagement, including day schools, preschools, complementary schools, and camps. jkidla.org