Services to Survivors of Nazi Persecution

An outreach program designed to help Survivors of Nazi Persecution and their caregivers get the most out of life.


The services we provide are:

  • Assistance with reparations
  • Geriatric Care Management
  • Supportive counseling for life transitions, grief, relocation, family relationships
  • Assistance in applying for community resources; PASSPORT, Senior Options, Medicaid, Energy Assistance, Prescription Assistance and residential facilities
  • Help accessing Jewish Family Services; Transportation, Care, giver Support, Friendly Visitors, Leah’s List, High Holidays Gift Bags and more
  • Project ARIEL – free group transportation for weekly shopping trips and monthly social programs.  Social trips can include attending concerts, the theater, parks, museums and other interesting locations
  • Café Europa—quarterly social and educational programs
  • Financial assistance for income eligible individuals

If you are interested in receiving these free services contact:


Meri King, Coordinator Project ARIEL, at 614-559-0121 or mking@jfscolumbus.org.

This program is funded, in part, by a grant from the Jewish Federation of Columbus, Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.   http://www.claimscon.org

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