Daughters of Israel is the only Jewish long-term skilled nursing and residential care facility in Greater MetroWest. It offers modern and comprehensive services including long-term care, short-term rehabilitation for sub-acute care, memory care, hospice/palliative care and respite stays. Housed at Daughters of Israel, Metro Transport provides transportation to adults 60 plus in Essex and parts of Morris and Union counties.
JCC of Central New Jersey is committed to providing social, recreational, educational and cultural programs and humanitarian services for individuals and families through all phases of life. The Senior Social Program provides older adults with a wide range of activities including recreation, exercise, intellectually stimulating programs, special entertainment and trips. A hot kosher lunch is prepared in-house.
JCC MetroWest has been providing educational, social, cultural, and fitness programs for over 130 years. Its William Margulies Senior Center offers cultural and recreational opportunities in a four-day-a-week program geared to the older adults. The JCC also coordinates kosher lunch and meals-on-wheels programs and offers senior groups in six senior satellite centers.
JESPY House is a program enabling adults with learning and developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential and lead independent lives. As clients age, services are adapted to meet their changing needs.
Jewish Community Housing Corporation develops and manages housing with services for adults 62 or older in Morris and Essex counties. JCHC’s goal is to provide a positive, nurturing, and enriching Jewish environment to its residents.
Jewish Family Service of Central NJ and Jewish Family Service of MetroWest offer a range of client-centered health and social services delivered by compassionate professionals to enhance the independence and well-being of adults and their families as they navigate through the complexities of the aging process.
Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ helps all Jews in need and connects individuals or families of any age or stage of life to a community of Jewish people in ways that are personally meaningful to them. GMW CARES is the Federation department whose mission is to create and maintain a community in which adults 60 plus live and thrive.
Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled of MetroWest provides kosher supportive residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities who require assistance and support in order to live in the community, and promotes opportunities for their integration into the Jewish and general communities.
Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest is a community-based health and human service organization. Through the Ronald I. Coun Center for Creative Maturity, JVS offers citizenship services, employment counseling, and vocational rehabilitation.
Joint Chaplaincy Committee of Greater MetroWest provides professionally trained chaplains who visit Jewish individuals, offering them and their family pastoral and spiritual care and guidance in settings including hospitals, nursing homes, senior residences, hospices, county mental health facilities, group homes for people with developmental disabilities, private homes, and assisted living facilities.
YM-YWHA of Union County strives to enrich the life of the Jewish and general community by developing and implementing recreational, educational, cultural, physical, and social programs. Highlights include a hot, glatt kosher lunch program and Life Long Learning university-level courses sponsored through Union County College.