Jewish Healing Network of Chicago: Supporting You in Times of Illness, Addiction and Loss
Read the Winter 2013 JHNC Newsletter here.
Do you want to be added to the JHNC mailing list? Send us your name and e-mail address!
Caring for an Aging Parent - see the Sanctuary video here
Lauri S. Bauer Foundation for Sudden Loss Conference on Help, Healing and Hope after Loss - watch a video of the evening community event: Sudden Loss and Grief with renowned grief expert Dr. Kenneth Doka
Here to Help and Heal
For people who are ill, grieving or serving as care-givers, the Jewish Healing Network of Chicago offers the comfort of human connection, the spiritual support of Jewish Tradition and a sense of community to alleviate loneliness and isolation. The Network’s staff provides information about social services, medical resources and spiritual resources, incorporating the richness of Torah texts, Jewish ritual and liturgy to help people in their difficult times.
Our programs and services have been developed for the body, mind and spirit, providing support to members of the Jewish community when they need it most.
The Jewish Healing Network is a program of Jewish Child & Family Services, in conjunction with CJE SeniorLife, Chicago Board of Rabbis, and Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago. Funding is provide by the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Foundation, the Jewish Federation’s Fund for Innovation in Health (underwritten by the Michael Reese Health Trust), and an anonymous donor.
Help Us Help Others
To learn how you may honor and celebrate the life of a loved one who struggled with illness, addiction or loss by making a gift to the JCFS Endowment Foundation. Your donation can help ensure our ability to bring spirituality into healing and care for the community for generations to come.
To volunteer with the Jewish Healing Network of Chicago, click here.
For information about the Jewish Healing Network of Chicago, contact Tracey Lipsig Kite, by email or at 847-745-5411.