Lifeline Services include in-home support for Holocaust Survivors, helping them to age safely and independently in their homes. We also offer direct aid and guidance for individuals and families experiencing financial hardship to avoid crisis and make progress toward self-sufficiency. Our compassionate, experienced staff, case managers, and program coordinators assess individual and family needs, and partner with a diverse network of faith-based and social service agencies to meet those needs.
Lifeline Services include the following:
For Holocaust Survivors
For Community Members in Need
Our services support people of all socioeconomic backgrounds. They are affordable, self-directed, and culturally sensitive to help people improve their lives and thrive.
For more information contact our Lifeline Program Director at 503-226-7079, ext. 121. For more information about Café Europa, contact Missy Fry, Café Europa Event Coordinator, at 503-226-7079 ext. 133, or by email at MissyFry@jfcs-portland.org.
Senior Resource Connect, a service of the AJFCA network, provides information and resources to assist older adults and caregivers in discussing their needs with aging services professionals. Check out this one-stop connection to local service providers. Visit www.SeniorResourceConnect.org.