Hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, correctional and mental health facilities; Rabbi Eliot J. Baskin, Jewish Community Chaplain. Fax: 303-597-7700
Outreach for unaffiliated Jews; Rabbi Brian Field; Wendy Aronson, executive director.
Providing life-enriching experiences to older adults through a broad range of housing and support services that reflect the spiritual, social and cultural values of Jewish tradition.
Kavod Senior Life provides:
Kavod on the Road: Community Events
Formerly Allied Jewish Apartments
The Neshama Center is a nonprofit organization which offers Jewish education and services to the residents of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. We strive to bring Jewish traditions and life cycle celebrations to our community in a way that enriches us spiritually and intellectually in both an open and inviting atmosphere.
Affiliate of Allied Jewish Apartments, which provides affordable and assisted living for seniors.
Community wide rabbinic membership organization; Rabbi Bruce Dollin, president; Betsy Epel, administrator
Grantmaking in health, education and welfare of women, children and families; Beverly Buck, chair. Fax: 303-398-7430
Grantmaking by Jewish teenagers, grades 9-12; Sarah Indyk. Fax: 303-398-7430
Employment, on-the-job training, vocational skills, job placement, access for people with special needs; mailing services, package and assembly; Arnie Kover, director. Fax: 303-620-9584
Social and educational programs, lean-and-learns, home study groups; retreats, holiday events, regardless of affiliation; Rabbi Ahron Y. Wasserman, director; Rabbi Raphael Leban, outreach director. Fax: 303-316-6413
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