Liberal Jewish Congregation Rotterdam

20 October 2019 | 21 Tishri 5780

Jewish care organizations

Jewish care organizations

An overview of the various Jewish organizations for the greater Rotterdam area (Zuid-Holland-Zuid) is shown below together with what they have to offer in the way of care and information: 

  • Psycho-social problems
  • Post-traumatic treatment anno 21st Century, possibly with a WW2 background
  • Sabbath and holidays
  • Jewish dietary customs (what is and what is not kosher)
  • Death/burial/mourning 

Contact information for the Jewish care organizations: 

JMW (Joods Maatschappelijk Werk – Jewish Social Welfare) is the national welfare organization for the Jewish community in The Netherlands.  JMW has a unique range of assistance programs and socio-cultural activities for everyone with a Jewish background.  JMW is specialized in dealing with the problems of persecution victims. 

In the Rotterdam area you can contact JMW for the following matters: 

Assistance with existential questions, practical problems and psycho-social problems; questions concerning  social security benefits; care for young and old.

The social workers can be reached on 010 – 466 8666 or via the head office in Amsterdam on 020 – 577 6577, and by e-mail at  jmw.rotterdam@joodswelzijn.nl

Friendly home visits, accompaniment outside the house and assistance with odd jobs are done by volunteers.  The volunteer service can be reached via the head office on 020 – 577 6577 and by e-mail at info@joodsevrijwilligers.nl

Social and cultural activities for 50+ seniors, such as coffee get-togethers,  communal Jewish holiday celebrations, theme meetings, etc. are organized in Rotterdam.  For more information, you can call the head office on 020 – 577 6566 or by e-mail at info@joodseactiviteiten.nl 

 

Sinai Center (GGZ institution) 

Who is the Sinai center for? The SinaiCenter is a Jewish mental health institution.  The center is specialized in the treatment of the most common psychological complaints of the Jewish target group and for psychotrauma in general.  The Jewish identity of the center has always played a central role.  This is expressed in values such as care for each other, solidarity and easy accessibility.  The center is available to everyone, regardless of background or religion.   The SinaiCenter is the only Jewish center with psychotrauma expertise and mental health care in Europe. 

The SinaiCenter is located in Amstelveen and Amersfoort.  Additionally, it offers  care in facilities in Groningen, Arnhem, Rotterdam and The Hague.

The address in Rotterdam is Goudsesingel 130, 3011 KD Rotterdam. 

 

Outpatient clinic: although clients can call individually, a referral from the general practitioner, psychiatrist or a GGZ institution is required.  The clinic can be reached on weekdays between 8:30AM and 4:30PM.  For appointments in Rotterdam you must call the client administration in Amstelveen, 020 – 545 7257

 

Inpatient treatment : GGZ institutions and independent psychiatrists can refer clients to the inpatient facility for adults and seniors in Amstelveen.  If you are a general practitioner, admittance goes via the regional crisis service.  The admissions coordinator can be reached on weekdays between 8:00AM and 4:00PM at 020 – 545 7259.  The telephone is not answered outside these working hours. 

 

Liberaal Joodse Gemeente Rotterdam 

You can, of course, get in touch with the Liberaal Joodse Gemeente Rotterdam.  Click here for our contact information. 

If you are considering a reform Jewish burial, you need to make arrangements in good time with the rabbi or the secretary.   For information on Jewish burials or mourning rituals, you can get in touch with us or look at our webpage under overlijden.

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