Our Partners



Harnessing the power of collective expertise, we work with diverse partners across a range of service areas to deliver the best care possible to Holocaust survivors, older adults with a history of trauma, and their family caregivers. Partnerships are essential to improving care, as they enable us to better understand the unique needs and strengths of communities and how to extend PCTI care to all individuals. 


The Center is proud to partner with the following organizations.

The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies 


The Network is an international membership association of more than 140 nonprofit human service agencies in the United States, Canada, and Israel. Its members provide a full range of human services for the Jewish community and beyond, including healthcare, career, employment, and mental health services, as well as programs for youth, families and seniors, Holocaust survivors, immigrants and refugees, persons with disabilities, and caregivers. 


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The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany


The Claims Conference continuously negotiates with the government of Germany for payments to Holocaust victims and for homecare funding for elderly survivors. They have created and expanded numerous programs to recognize the suffering of Holocaust victims, who each have a unique story of persecution and survival.


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KAVOD partners with Jewish Family Service and other organizations to providing emergency aid to Holocaust Survivors in need. The agency makes requests on behalf of the Survivors on a confidential basis. KAVOD provides gift cards from local grocery stores or pharmacies to assist them with whatever emergency or day to day needs that they have. The decisions of KAVOD are overseen by a diverse and experienced Board of community leaders, most of whom are children of Survivors.


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