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Support available at Aliyah 

How can we be there for you?

Our Community of Caring is there for you - especially during this challenging time of quarantine.  We can arrange meals, visiting, calls of support, emotional support, referrals or resources to help you or your loved ones.

Please email if you or someone you know is in need of our assistance.


Temple Aliyah has made a commitment to help our community members in need. We offer emotional support, legal and vocational resources through the Ezra Network.

The Ezra Network is an initiative of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles in partnership with Jewish Family Service, Bet Tzedek Legal Services and JVS SoCal to provide social services within the synagogue.

If you’re facing economic problems or need support for yourself or someone in your family, you’re not alone. At Temple Aliyah, you can get help with government program eligibility, access to one-on-one sessions with a social worker, legal counselor or job counselor, referrals for other services and programs and financial assistance. It’s all there for you – in the comfort and privacy of our synagogue and it’s free.

Contact one of our Ezra Network professionals for a virtual meeting:

Social Worker: Carly Solomon,, 323-388-7285
Job Counselor: Giselle Hartman, 310-622-3844
Legal Counselor: Alan Zenoff,, 323-549-5827

For other resources available in the community, please visit

Synagogue-Based Caregiver Support Group 

Join Ezra Network in collaboration with Alzheimer’s LA for weekly support group.
Mondays, 1pm – 2:30 pm via teleconference
By appointment only – if interested in joining, please contact: 
Sid Adelman at 818-783-9634 or 818-205-6764 

New Moms Connect Support Group
(Pregnancy and Postpartum Support)

New Moms Connect groups provide a warm, compassionate environment for mothers/parents to come together to share personal experiences and feelings while receiving support and feedback from group members and professional facilitators. New Moms Connect helps new mothers/parents and their families overcome feelings of isolation, depression, and anxiety while increasing access to community resources and strengthening support networks.

To RSVP or for more information please click here, call (310) 272-7878 or email

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