Our Community

Menorah Park

Syracuse Jewish Family Service joined the Menorah Park continuum of care in 2009, and today operates under the Menorah Park umbrella as its human services arm connecting the campus to the general community. On campus we provide clinical consultation, BeWell Initiative programming such as Learning Groups and BeWelll Institute offerings, as well as care management: at The Oaks, The Inn, the Jewish Health and Rehabilitation Center, at the Rothschild Medical Adult Day program, Ahavath Achim Apartments, and Beit Tikvah Group Home. With our sister agency IMPARA: The Marjorie and Rodney Fink Institute at Menorah Park for Applied Research on Aging, we conduct innovative programming and research in the area of geriatric mental health and wellbeing in later life.


Community Collaborations

We are proud to partner with these agencies:

Christopher Community, Inc

PACE CNY

Onondaga County Office for Aging

Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies

Human Services Leadership Council of Central New York

Caring Community Advocates

Syracuse Area Domestic and Sexual Violence's Elder Justice Committee

Alzheimer's Association, Central New York Chapter


Community Partners

We are proud and grateful for funding from and collaboration with the following:

Jewish Home of CNY Foundation of Syracuse

Jewish Federation of Central New York

United Way of Central New York

Brookdale Foundation

Price Chopper's Golub Foundation

Pomeranz, Shankman & Martin Charitable Foundation

Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation

Richard S. Shineman Foundation


CNY PEARLS now also in Oswego County

CNY PEARLS, the Program for Encouraging Active Rewarding LiveS screens and assists adults over 60 with symptoms of depression, empowering them to take action steps and make lasting life changes.

Have you been feeling down or blue or know someone who is?

Thanks to support from the Richard S. Shineman Foundation, Syracuse Jewish Family Service now offers this no cost, evidence-based in-home counseling program for individuals in Oswego County who qualify.

Call David Donaghy, 446-9111 x.227, for screening and enrollment information.

M-Power U Now Enrolling for a Second Session

M-Power U: A Learning Community for Early Memory Loss, is enrolling participants for a second weekly session starting this summer, Thursdays from 1 pm to 5 pm at Menorah Park.

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