Older Adults | Educational Alliance
Project ORE, located within the Sirovich Center, has served emergency kosher meals and provided counseling, case management, and other support services to isolated, poor, homeless, and mentally ill Jews since 1987. It is the only program of its kind in New York City.
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Project ORE: A Reminder of Work That Inspires » UJA
A few weeks ago, I participated in the dedication of the new headquarters of Project ORE on East 12th Street. Under the auspices of the Educational Alliance, a beneficiary agency of UJA-Federation of New York, Project ORE is a program for the Jewish homeless, many who live on the street and struggle daily with mental illness and isolation. And
Hoarding in The Elderly Community - SelectCare NYC
Our most recent lesson discussed hoarding in the elderly community and was presented by our newest community partner, the New York Educational Alliance’s Project ORE a Lower East Side-based nonprofit that has served socially isolated members of the neighborhood’s Jewish community since 1987.
Project ORE - Educational Alliance
Project ORE provides a unique, tight-knit community for New York City’s older adults who are in need of a greater level of support. Using Jewish values to guide our approach, Project ORE provides daily hot kosher lunch to older adults who meet some combination of experiencing social isolation, having mental illness, being homeless or formerly homeless, low-income, Jewish, or otherwise at risk.
Project Ore - New York
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