Jewish bereavement
specific needs
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About Us

The Jewish Bereavement Project, at www.jewishbereavement.com, is a program of the Kalsman Institute on Judaism and Health of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Michele Prince, MSW, MAJCS, is the founder of the project. She is currently the acting director of the Kalsman Institute and is an oncology social worker at the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. These bereavement resources and services were originally prepared by Michele alongside Amy Berkowitz as graduate students in the Irwin Daniels School of Jewish Communal Service of HUC-JIR. The site was designed by Karin Mueller. If you would like to add or update a listing, or if you are interested in developing such a resource for your community, please contact jewishbereavement@hotmail.com.

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The Kalsman Institute on Judaism and Health
The Kalsman Institute is a center for training, collaboration and dialogue on healthcare, spirituality and healing, at the intersection of Judaism and health.

A department of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, the Kalsman Institute on Judaism and Health unites spiritual leaders, healthcare providers and Jewish community members. To fulfill its mission, The Kalsman Institute is involved in five areas:

Pastoral care training
Spirituality and healing
Illness and wellness
The healthcare system

For more information, go to www.huc.edu/kalsman.

© 2006 The Jewish Bereavement Project. Designed by Karin Mueller. Supported by the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.