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The court specializes in assisting Jewish couples that require a get (traditional Jewish divorce). It also facilitates, compromises and renders legal rulings, in accordance with traditional Jewish law, in financial disputes. In all cases, faithful adherence to the principles of Jewish law and customs is maintained. The proceedings reflect care, confidentiality and sensitivity for all parties involved.
Chief Judge & President: Rabbi Mendel Senderovic
The Lubavitch-affiliated institution offers group classes, lunch and learn, mezuzah affixing, chaplain services, personalized and individual classes throughout the city, individual mitzvah campaigns, Sukkah-mobile and bar mitzvah programs in addition to personalized Rabbinical services for all life cycle events.
Director: Rabbi Yoseph Samuels
CHAI (Concern For Helping Animals in Israel) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in the U.S. in 1984 to assist the S.P.C.A. and animal protection community throughout Israel. Wisconsin representative Jody Sussman Steren can provide information and material.
Contact: Jody Sussman Steren
Through our state-certified outpatient mental health clinic, JFS clinical staff offers results-oriented therapy to individuals struggling with mental illness or personal problems. Our multidisciplinary team is qualified to assess and treat a range of emotional problems, including: relationship issues, domestic abuse, addictions and more. Through professional and confidential counseling, JFS gives our clients the tools to make positive life-long changes.
Contact: Clinical Services Coordinator
This beautiful, freshly appointed North Shore venue is standing by for your next event. Whether it be a bar/bat mitzvah, wedding or conference we have the versatility to partner with you to make your occasion picture perfect. Banquet seating for 300 complete with dance floor or 450 theatre style — the scope of your event is only limited by your imagination. Our facility boasts a state-of-the art sound system complete with full conferencing capabilities. Fully equipped kosher kitchen. Open year round.
Care Management Program assures that adults with developmental disabilities and/or severe and persistent mental illness are given the opportunity to live independently and achieve their fullest potential. JFS Disability Care Managers provide a continuum of services: help with government benefits and entitlements like SSI, SSDI, Food Share and Medicaid (Title 19); assist with identifying appropriate housing; money management services; socialization opportunities; in-house links to counseling; information, referral and advocacy.
Contact: Clinical Services Coordinator
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation owns and manages the Evan & Marion Helfaer Community Service Building. This three-story building is MJF’s downtown office and was built in 1973 by Edward Durell Stone. It houses the following Milwaukee Jewish Federation programs and services:
Coalition for Jewish Learning (CJL)
J-Pride Milwaukee – LGBT Jews & Allies
Jewish Community Foundation (JCF)
Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
Jewish Museum Milwaukee
Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center (HERC)
One Happy Camper
Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle (WJC)
Young Leadership Division (YLD)
A tapestry designed by Marc Chagall occupies the south wall of our atrium. To the north of the building, visitors will see the Holocaust Memorial designed by Milwaukee-born artist, Claire Lieberman, in 1983.
The Evan & Marion Helfaer Community Service Building is owned and managed by the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Located on Butlein/DeToro Way with in the JCC, Ferrante’s CAFA B DATA offers a full menu with made to order burgers, shawarma chicken, fresh salads, home-made soups, and delicious daily specials. Take away frozen chavel yisroel Ferrante’s famous pizza. For more information visit Ferrantes.com or Facebook.com/FerrantesJCC.
The Friendship House Fellowship is a group of Jewish men and women who join together to support each other in the pursuit of recovery from addiction and other related problems.
The only requirements for membership are: participation in a related Twelve-Step program and a desire to recover.
Our goal is to obtain and maintain recovery while integrating the spiritual Twelve-Step approach with a greater understanding and appreciation of our Judaism. For those interested in such a pursuit, we invite you to join us.
Shul on Lake Drive and Kenwood every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Jim Meldman, 414-406-7566
Located at the Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Jewish Community Campus
Beautiful 5,500 square-foot outdoor pool, with six 25-meter lanes, zero-depth entry, shaded areas and deck chairs for lounging – nestled in lush, natural surroundings. Season memberships and daily passes available.
During pool hours and season
During off hours and season