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JCA: Jewish Apartments and Services Records

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Identifier: UR002345
Abstract The Jewish Apartments and Services Records spans the years 1966 through 1999. It reflects the growth and development of the agency that provides residential services for senior adults in seven facilities. The Prentis and Teitel Apartments are located in Oak Park and the Hechtman and Meer Apartments in West Bloomfield, adjacent to the facilities of the then-extant Jewish Community Centers.The Apartments serve the Jewish community, primarily. However, they are non-sectarian. Various...

JCA: Robert Aronson Papers

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Identifier: UP002402
Abstract Robert Aronson began his career with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, serving as executive director beginning in 1983 and as executive vice president beginning in 1987. After six years of leadership with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, Aronson joined the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit (JFMD) as Chief Operating Officer, a position which he held for twenty years. The Aronson years at the JFMD saw much change and evolutionincluding financing, expanding, and revitalizing facilities and...

Jewish Family Service Records

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Identifier: UR002349
Abstract Jewish Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit (JFS) is a social service for the Detroit-area's Jewish community. Founded in 1928, the organization was created from the joining of the Hebrew Ladies Sewing Circle and the Self Help Circle. The JFS mostly aided Jewish families new to America until the aftermath of the WWII, when they worked towards the resettlement for Holocaust survivors and Jewish refugees displaced by the Soviet Union. Today, JFS performs a variety of social services for the...

The Neighborhood Project Records

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Identifier: UR002348
Overview The Neighborhood Project was established by the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit in 1986. Its purpose was to retain a Jewish presence in the Oak Park and Southfield communities threatened by the construction of Interstate 696 and demographic shifts. Interest-free loans were granted and a revolving fund was established to assist in home purchases and, later, to provide home improvement loans. The project was completed in 2003 when it was deemed that the neighborhoods were stabilized and...

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