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  • Aish Minnesota
  • 2609 Quentin Avenue S
  • St. Louis Park, MN 55416 US
  • Phone: 952.210.1146
  • As part of Aish HaTorah International, to build a warm-hearted community, so that every Jew can experience the joy of Jewish Living, to learn, to grow and to bring honor to G-d.
  • Email: judygvictor@mac.com
  • Website: http://www.aish.com
  • American Swedish Institute
  • 2600 Park Avenue
  • Minneapolis, MN 55407 USA
  • Phone: 612-871-4907
  • The American Swedish Institute (ASI) is a vibrant arts and culture organization and historic home located at 2600 Park Avenue near downtown Minneapolis. ASI serves more than 65,000 people each year through tours of the landmark 190
  • Website: http://www.asimn.org/ASI/Home.html
  • AskBarbara
  • Need a quick, confidential answer or insight into parent-child relationships? AskBarbara is a free email question and answer service that takes you from diapers to dating to college and beyond. Simply email AskBar

  • Email: AskBarbara@jfcsmpls.org
  • Beth El Synagogue
  • 5225 Barry Street West
  • St. Louis Park, MN 55416 US
  • Phone: 952.873.7300
  • Fax: 952-873-7301
  • Beth El Synagogue is a large Jewish congregation near Minneapolis, Minnesota. We are affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Beth El serves the religious and spiritual needs of over 1200 households. Our synagogue offers a var

  • Website: http://www.bethelsynagogue.org
  • Consultation Services
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • Sometimes situations arise in daily life where you may want to seek advice from a JFCS professional. JFCS is available for consultations when you would like to speak to a counselor, but don't necessarily need long-term assistance. Y

  • Counseling in Minneapolis
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • The JFCS counseling staff strives to maximize each person’s strengths and skills. Each counselor works to educate and empower people by developing an individualized treatment plan using a variety of therapeutic methods. JFCS maintai

  • Counseling in St. Paul
  • 1633 West 7th Street
  • St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Phone: 651-698-0767
  • Fax: 651-698-0162
  • Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) offers comprehensive counseling services for individuals, couples, children and families. Services are provided by highly experienced, professionally trained staff in the areas of mental health, li

  • Email: info@jfssp.org
  • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
  • Emergency Funding through JFS
  • 1633 West 7th Street
  • St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Phone: 651-698-0767
  • Fax: 651-698-0162
  • Emergency funding is available through Jewish Family Service of St. Paul to help individuals and families meet their basic needs. This includes housing expenses, food, medical and dental costs, and transportation for employment or medical needs. <

  • Email: info@jfssp.org
  • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
  • Employment Services Program of JFS
  • 1633 West 7th Street
  • St. Paul, MN 55102
  • Phone: 651-698-0767
  • Fax: 651-698-0162
  • The Employment Services Program (ESP) at Jewish Family Service of St. Paul helps people find and keep jobs, develop long-term career plans and enhance their professional skills. Experienced staff work with clients on an individual basis. Support grou
  • Email: info@jfssp.org
  • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
  • Family Life Education
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • JFCS works throughout the community to educate, train, and provide community forums to create healthier individuals, families, and communities. Learning sessions take place at synagogues, schools, businesses, and other organizations. JFCS offers cust
  • Grief Support
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • JFCS offers personalized grief support…because every loss is unique. For information and support, call Barbara Rudnick at 952-542-4825 or email her at Brudnick@jfcsmpls.org.

  • Healthy Youth-Healthy Communities
  • 13100 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 400
  • Minnetonka, MN 55305
  • Phone: (952) 546-0616
  • Fax: (952) 593-1778
  • Healthy Youth-Healthy Communities provides preventative health programming to Jewish youth in grades 5 through college. Youth focused curriculums specifically meeting the needs of Jewish youth are delivered in an interactive style that engages the y
  • Email: cstein@jfcsmpls.org
  • Immigrant and Refugee Services
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • The Twin Cities Jewish Population Study indicated that 12% of the Minneapolis Jewish population is from the former Soviet Union.  Through Jewish Family and Children's Service, a spectrum of social services and supports are

  • Interfaith
  • Phone: 952-546-0616
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) is a welcoming place that offers a broad range of programming and services addressing both interfaith family and community issues.

    For synagogues, Jewi

  • Jewish Community Center of St. Paul
  • 1375 St. Paul Avenue
  • St. Paul, MN 55116 US
  • Phone: (651)698-0751
  • Fax: (651)698-8591
  • The Jewish Community Center of the Greater St. Paul Area is a social service agency which serves the social, cultural, recreational, and Jewish and general educational needs of people of all ages. Offering members the opportunity to participate in a
  • Website: http://www.stpauljcc.org
  • Jewish Domestic Abuse Collaborative (JDAC)
  • Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis, 13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 400
  • Minnetonka, MN 55305
  • Phone: 952-542-4833
  • Fax: (952) 593-1778
  • The Jewish Domestic Abuse Collaborative works to raise awareness about domestic abuse in our community. The collaborative strives to provide education, coordinate resources, and assure safe environments for Jewish individuals and families in the g

  • Email: bsitkoff@jfcsmpls.org
  • Website: http://www.jfcsmpls.org
  • Jewish Outreach Institute
  • 1270 Broadway, Ste 609
  • New York, NY 10001
  • Phone: 212-760-1440
  • The Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) is an independent, national, trans-denominational organization reaching out to unaffiliated and intermarried families, and helping the organized Jewish community better welcome them in.

    Since 1987, JOI has c
  • Email: info@joi.org
  • Website: http://www.joi.org
  • Jewish Recovery Network
  • 9225 Medicine Lake Rd, #111
  • Golden Valley, MN 55427
  • Phone: 763.544.4446
  • Fax: 763.545.8907
  • The Jewish Recovery Network is a group of addicted people in recovery, as well as their families and friends, who feel a need for Jewish suppost in addition to that gained from 12-Step groups.; Meetings, held once monthly at Beth E
  • Email: stewlabs@msn.com
  • J-Pride
  • 13100 Wayzata Blvd
  • Minnetonka, MN 55305
  • Phone: 952-542-4815
  • J-Pride is an organization for GLBTQ Jews and their allies in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas. We work to affect positive change in the Jewish Community through social activities, educational events, spiritual opportunities, and community ou

  • Email: JewishGLBT@gmail.com
  • Mental Health Education Project
  • c/o Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis, 13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 400
  • Minnetonka, MN 55305
  • Phone: (952) 542-4833
  • The Mental Health Education Project strives to raise awareness of mental health issues, provide support for individuals and families, offer education on topics affecting all ages, and develop training for people who work wi

  • Email: bsitkoff@jfcsmpls.org
  • Minnesota Jewish Storytellers' Guild
  • 8435 Red Oak Drive
  • Mounds View, MN 55112
  • Phone: (763) 717-9168
  • To hear a Jewish story is to find new understandings of the Jewish heritage and open a gateway to the Jewish soul. The mission of the Jewish Storytellers' Guild is to promote the performance and appreciation of Jewish storytelling in Minnesota. We

  • Email: major18@attbi.com
  • Mohels
  • The following mohelim provide services for Brit Milah (circumcision):

    • Northwest Jewish Community
    • Phone: 763-464-4872
    • The Northwest Jewish Community is holding a series of events to gauge interest and build a membership of Jewish people in the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis.  This group is open to all Jewish people in the Twin Cities area and is currently

    • Email: NWSJG18@gmail.com
    • Or Emet Cultural School
    • Marjorie Smith Hofman Educational Building of the St. Paul Talmud Torah
    • St. Paul, MN
    • The Or Emet Jewish Cultural School (JCS) is a monthly Jewish secular Sunday School program for preschoolers though Bar/Bat Mitzvah age. The curriculum emphasizes Jewish history, culture, and the traditions that shape our identit

    • Website: http://www.oremet.org
    • Project Extreme
    • 335 Central Avenue
    • Lawrence, NY 11559 US
    • Phone: (612)802-7479
    • Project Extreme is a full service non-profit organization providing innovative programming and solutions for Jewish teens at-risk, their families and communities. Project Extreme uses a combination of experiential and intellectual learning opportunit
    • Website: http://www.projectextreme.org/default.asp
    • Russian Language Services of JFS
    • 1633 West 7th Street
    • St. Paul, MN 55102
    • Phone: 651-698-0767
    • Fax: 651-698-0162
    • Jewish Family Service of St. Paul provides assistance for Russian-speaking people throughout Minnesota. Caring and supportive bilingual staff offer guidance with social services, medical care and insurance, financial services, housing, and immig
    • Email: info@jfssp.org
    • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
    • Sabes Jewish Community Center
    • 4330 Cedar Lake Road S
    • Minneapolis, MN 55416 US
    • Phone: (952)381-3400
    • Fax: (952)381-3401
    • The Sabes Jewish Community Center (Sabes JCC), located in the Jay and Rose Phillips Building on the Barry Family Campus, offers a wide variety of programs and services that enhance Jewish identity, Jewish education and all aspects
    • Email: info@sabesjcc.org
    • Website: http://www.sabesjcc.org
    • Senior Services of JFS
    • 1633 West 7th Street
    • St. Paul, MN 55102
    • Phone: 651-698-0767
    • Fax: 651-698-0162
    • Jewish Family Service of St. Paul helps seniors remain in their homes by identifying individual needs and providing personalized assistance. Services include comprehensive in-home assessment, development of a care plan and referral to appropriate com
    • Email: info@jfssp.org
    • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
    • Sha'arim
    • 4820 Minnetonka Blvd #300
    • St. Louis Park, MN 55416 US
    • Phone: (952)303-5276
    • Fax: (952)303-5307
    • Sha'arim is a Jewish educational organization for Jewish children with special needs and different lea

    • Email: csilverman@shaarim.org
    • Website: http://www.shaarim.org
    • Shalom Minneapolis
    • 4330 S. Cedar Lake Rd.
    • St. Louis Park, MN 55416
    • Phone: (952) 381-3432
    • Shalom Minneapolis provides Jewish newcomers with information about the Jewish community, exposes them to opportunities for involvement, and connects them to other newcomers and longtime Minneapolis residents. Shalom Minneapolis aims to help newcomer
    • Email: mnaiman@sabesjcc.org
    • Shalom Minneapolis
    • 4330 S Cedar Lake Road
    • Minneapolis, MN 55416 US
    • Phone: (952)381-3432
    • Shalom Minneapolis provides Jewish newcomers with information about the Jewish community, exposes them to opportunities for involvement, and connects them to other newcomers and longtime Minneapolis residents. Shalom Minneapolis aims to help newcomer
    • Email: rlplotsker@sabesjcc.org
    • Shalom St. Paul
    • 790 S. Cleveland Avenue
    • St. Paul, MN 55116 US
    • Phone: (651)695-3186
    • Shalom St. Paul provides Jewish newcomers with information about the Jewish community, exposes them to opportunities for involvement and connects them to other newcomers. Shalom St. Paul aims to help newcomers feel at home in the Greater St. Paul Jew
    • Email: spesses@ujfc.org
    • Website: http://www.jewishminnesota.org
    • Shalom St. Paul
    • 790 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
    • St. Paul, MN 55116
    • Phone: (651) 695-3186
    • Shalom St. Paul provides Jewish newcomers with information about the Jewish community, exposes them to opportunities for involvement and connects them to other newcomers. Shalom St. Paul aims to help newcomers feel at home in the Great
    • Email: sharyn@ujfc.org
    • Website: http://www.jewishminnesota.org
    • Sharei Chesed
    • 1712 Hopkins Crossroad
    • Hopkins, MN 55305 US
    • Phone: (763)545-8800
    • Welcome to Our Home

      A House of Worship is many things. It's a gathering place. A meeting place. A sharing place. A caring place. A learning place. And, most important, it is a place of tefillah

    • Email: emarocks@yahoo.com
    • Website: http://www.shareichesed.org
    • St Cloud Area Jewish Community
    • Saint Cloud, MN
    • Phone: 320-230-1522
    • Founded in 1996, SCAJC is a growing community of Jewish families and individuals living around the St. Cloud/Central Minnesota area. Our mission is to provide a sense of community, culture and service within a welcoming and supportive environment.

    • Email: welcome@scajc.com
    • Website: http://www.scajc.com
    • Support Groups of JFS
    • 1633 West 7th Street
    • St. Paul, MN 55102
    • Phone: 651-698-0767
    • Fax: 651-698-0162
    • There are times in our lives where we need to reach out for help from people who understand exactly what we are going through. Support groups through Jewish Family Service of St. Paul offer a comfortable and safe environment to share experiences
    • Email: info@jfssp.org
    • Website: http://www.jfssp.org
    • Temple Israel Duluth
    • 1602 East Second Street
    • Duluth, 55812 USA
    • Serving northeastern Minnesota for 120 years as a Jewish social, religious, cultural, and educational center. Welcome, you are one of our distinguished visitors! Temple Israel holds Sabbath services Friday evening and Saturday m

    • Email: ethan@kayes.info
    • Website: http://JewishDuluth.org
    • Twin Cities Jewish Healing Program
    • Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis, 13100 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 400
    • Minnetonka, MN 55305
    • Phone: (952) 542-4840
    • Fax: (952) 593-1778
    • At JFCS we believe that no one should face illness or loss alone. The Twin Cities Jewish Healing Program offers prayers, and shared wisdom, to help those in need of healing. With trained volunteers and access to information and referral, this uniq

    • Email: jmarcus@jfcsmpls.org
    • Website: http://www.jfcsmpls.org