Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging

Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging
Program Name: 
Assisted Living Waiver
Grant Year: 
2006
Grant Type: 
Capital
Grant Amount: 
$15,000
Interest Area: 
Human Services
Grant Purpose: 

The Assisted Living Waiver project will convert double-occupancy rooms to single-occupancy units to enable seniors to enroll in the State's Assisted Living Waiver Project, designed to help seniors "age in place" and receive supportive services.

Description: 

Founded in 1912, the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging (JHA) has evolved into the largest long-term residential care facility in California and is the only facility that integrates Jewish traditions into everyday life. Its mission is to serve the elderly, independent of their financial ability, and enrich the physical, social and spiritual well-being of clients in a caring environment reflective of Jewish ideals. Located on 16 acres with two landscaped village campuses in the San Fernando Valley, (Grancell Village and Eisenberg Village), the Home provides 1,100 beds and cares for 1,500 elderly residents annually.