Jewish Care

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Overview

Jewish Care is the largest provider of health and social care services for the Jewish community in the UK. Every week, they give care and support to 7,000 members of the community and their families. They provide services to:

  • Older people
  • People with mental health needs
  • Holocaust survivors
  • People with dementia
  • People who care for others who have a variety of needs – e.g. mental health, older people, people with disabilities
  • People with MS, Parkinson’s, strokes and those who are visually impaired
  • People who are bereaved and those recently separated

Jewish Care also provides youth leadership opportunities, recreational, educational, and cultural programmes, as well as half-term schemes.

They can only do this thanks to their amazing professional staff of 1,500 and the 3,000 dedicated volunteers who help make their work possible.

If you wish to make a donation: Telephone  020 8922 2600.

Helpline: 020 8922 2222 Main Switchboard: 020 8922 2000

Contact Details

Phone:
Helpline: 020 8922 2222 Main Switchboard: 020 8922 2000

Email:
Helpline: helpline@jcare.org or info@jcare.org

Website:
www.jewishcare.org

Address:
Jewish Care, Amélie House, Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus, 221 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9DQ

Other Info

Opening times:
Summer (April – August) Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 5:30pm Friday 8:30am to 5pm Winter (September to March) Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 5:30pm Friday 8:30am to 2pm

Disabled Access:
The building is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilets and lifts etc.

Directions:
Tube: Brent Cross , The nearest underground station to the campus is Brent Cross (5-7 minute walk to campus) or Golders Green (14 minute walk to campus). Bus: The closest bus stop to the campus is on Golders Green Road adjacent to the main campus. The bus stop (Highfield Avenue, Stop C) serves bus routes 83, 183, 210 and 240. Also close by is the bus stop for the N5 night bus.

Other information:
Languages other than English include Hebrew, Yiddish, German, French.

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