The Jewish Care Program is pleased to announce that it will increase social service support to the Jewish community in Santa Fe, opening an office housed at Temple Beth Shalom in early 2018. The office will be staffed by a social worker dedicated to serving the Santa Fe community. “We look forward to enhancing our growing presence in Santa Fe and serving the community in a meaningful way,” remarked Marvin Gottlieb, president of the board of directors of the Jewish Federation of New Mexico. Dorothea Migliori, executive director of Temple Beth Shalom, said, “Temple Beth Shalom is delighted to be providing office space to the Jewish Care Program. We are very glad to have this opportunity to help them extend their services to Santa Fe.”
The Jewish Care Program (JCP) provides connection and resources to the most vulnerable members of our community. JCP offers a resource and referral service, outreach to isolated Jewish seniors through home visits by volunteers and delivery of holiday baskets, plus emergency rent and utility assistance funding, and support groups. In addition, JCP provides a case worker dedicated to assisting Holocaust survivors in New Mexico. JCP services are provided at no charge and are available to all.