Welfare

Brighton & Hove Jewish Housing Association

Provides sheltered housing in 3 converted houses in Hove. These offer quality housing and independent living for those in need and at a pensionable age.
Contact: 01273 277225 or email georgina.phillips2@ntlworld.com

Brighton & Hove Jewish Welfare Board

Provides financial and other support for Jewish residents of Brighton & Hove and the surrounding area, who are suffering hardship from lack of resources, ill health or age. Also supports other organisations whose objectives are similar.
Contact: info@bhjwb.org. or telephone: 07952 479111. Find their website under: http://www.bhjwb.org

Helping Hands

Provide a practical, emotional and confidential volunteer support system. Need a lift for an appointment with the doctor, dentist, hospital? Call Helping Hands! Would you like to go shopping but can’t get to the shops? Call Helping Hands, they will take you! Is your sink blocked,  or your computer not behaving itself, need a new light bulb fitted? Call Helping Hands.Just want a friendly chat – call Helping Hands.
Contact: 01273 747722 email helping-hands@helping-hands.org or visit www.helping-hands.org

Hyman Fine House

Run by Jewish Care, is a Residential Care Home offering personal nursing, dementia and respite care.
Contact: 01273 688226

Ralli Hall Lunch & Social Club

Offers friendship in a warm Jewish environment plus a kosher lunch and a varied programme of activities. The club meets twice a week on a Tuesday and a Thursday.
Contact; 01273 739999 or email ralliday@tiscali.co.uk

Sussex Tikvah

Exists to provide outreach support for adults with moderate learning difficulties, in a Jewish atmosphere. Participations in Jewish religious and communal life is encouraged. It provides a Residential Home, Rachel Mazzier House, outreach support and confidential counselling to people and their relatives.
Contact: 01273-564021 or email psenker@ipra.co.uk

Community Security Trust

CST provides physical security, training and advice for the protection of British Jews. CST assists victims of antisemitism and monitors antisemitic activities and incidents. CST represents British Jewry to Police, Government and media on antisemitism and security.

CST believes that the fight against antisemitism and terrorism is an integral part of safeguarding our wider democratic British society against extremism and hatred.

To contact local CST:   Telephone: 07659 101 668  or via website

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