We prioritize both the physical and social health of seniors in our community. Learn how you can get involved at the J.
The Katz JCC is home to the Sanders Memorial Library, the only Jewish library open to everyone in the South Jersey community. Our up-to-date book collection spans a variety of genres, DVDs, audiobooks, CDs, large print books, and Kindles! Whether you are looking for an occasional new read or a gift for a book lover, we hold quarterly used book sales where all books are discounted at a great price.
Through our parent agency, the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey (JFSNJ), we are pleased to offer the following programs and services for older adults:
Older Adults Resource Connection: this free and confidential concierge service offers information on and access to a variety of healthcare services, community resources and support. This program is a collaboration of the Federation, Aleph Home Care and Samaritan.
JFed Rides: in partnership with Envoy America, older adults in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties can receive subsidized rides through this accompanied transportation service. Companion Drives will show up to provide a ride, using their own car, to a doctor’s appointment, grocery store, synagogue, JCC programs and events and more!
Aleph Home Care: a department of JFSNJ, Aleph Home Care provides warm, compassionate and high quality home care services to residents of Camden, Burlington and Gloucester Counties, regardless of age, race, religion or gender identity.
Aleph Day Center: older adults of any age can enjoy meaningful socialization, cognitive engagement and creative expression in our Aleph Day Center program. We offer full and half day programs.
This in-person Instructor/Instructor Trainer review course is the required course for all Lifeguarding Instructors and Instructor Trainers to re-certify. During…
The Katz JCC’s Adult & Inclusion Department is the hub for premiere socialization, recreational and cultural programs for adults of all ages and abilities in the South Jersey community.