We reach out to families experiencing illness, difficult times, or death. The TBA Cares team helps members of our Temple Beth Abraham community in many ways, such as providing meals to families in mourning or arranging transportation for the elderly to and from worship services and/or doctors’ offices. We reach out to congregants who are celebrating the birth of a child or grandchild, to teenagers who are graduating or who just received their driver’s license. Occasional meals and visits are extended to our homebound congregants.
Join the TBA Cares team to see how you can help our community. You may view the volunteer opportunities here: TBA Cares LotsaHelpingHands
We use donations made to TBA Cares to help congregants who have experienced a loss in their family.
Donate funds for a shiva meal or supplies here:
If you wish to volunteer for TBA Cares, or if you are in need of help, please contact Melissa Baer firstname.lastname@example.org
TBA Cares…How Can We Help?
Do You Know What Services Your Town Offers Specifically for You?
Many towns in Westchester offer special services and benefits for senior citizens (including buses, activities and senior centers). We have put together this list of websites and contact information, for your information. If your town is not listed, call Village Hall and ask for the Recreation Department.
|Briarcliff Manor||914-941-6560||BriarcliffManorNY_Recreation/Senior Citizen Services|
What is 2-1-1? (click on the title to go to the 211 website) Whether answering to a natural disaster, a personal emergency or to furnish tools to foster independent lives, United Way’s 2-1-1 seeks to help those in need wherever they live. 2-1-1 can give callers up-to-date information on emergency shelters, road conditions, etc. Burning Building? Call 9-1-1 Burning Question, call 2-1-1
United Way’s 2-1-1 Helpline is a free, confidential, multilingual service to assist the public to find the answers to a variety of Health and Human Services related questions. You can call or search this database about everything from basic needs like food, clothing and shelter, to volunteer opportunities, legal services, drug treatment, employment support, childcare, eldercare and more.
2-1-1 is a partnership of all of the United Ways in the counties in which it serves. Along with financial support from each United Way, 2-1-1 is funded by local municipalities, private foundations, local corporations and individual donors. Interested in supporting 2-1-1? Please contact email@example.com.
What is 2-1-1? (click on the title to go to the 211 website)
Whether answering to a natural disaster, a personal emergency or to furnish tools to foster independent lives, United Way’s 2-1-1 seeks to help those in need wherever they live. 2-1-1 can give callers up-to-date information on emergency shelters, road conditions, etc.
Burning Building? Call 9-1-1 Burning Question, call 2-1-1
These are the panelists and the organizations mentioned during our Elder Care program on January 9, 2015:
Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS): www.wjcs.com. WJCS is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit human services agency that supports 20,000 Westchester residents annually to meet challenges and achieve personal success. Services include mental health treatment, a network of literacy, learning and youth development initiatives, residential and non-residential programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and autism, services for older adults, and privately funded programs for the Jewish community.
Jane Slevin, LMFT, Coordinator, Pathways to Care and Center for Jewish Programs: firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 761-0600 x143
Judy Fink, LCSW, Director, Geriatric Services, email@example.com or (914) 761-0600 x340
Alzheimer’s Association: alz.org (800) 272-3900
Patricia Gaston, LMSW, Care Consultant, Hudson Valley/Rockland/Westchester, NY Chapter: firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 253-6860