Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care

Register for the 2018 JFNA Training Workshop!


The focus of this year's Training Workshop will be on infusing a Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed (PCTI) culture across all agency programs and operations. We have secured the premier expert on this topic, Dr. Ken Epstein from the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Dr. Epstein leads the department's Trauma-Informed Systems initiative and is transforming the organization into a healing organization – for both clients and staff. We look forward to hearing Dr. Epstein’s inspiring message and learn about his suggested actionable steps to implement PCTI at work.



This Training Workshop is geared toward executive leadership and staff with the ability to implement organizational change. Bravo and Charlie subgrantees are required to send at least one participant. Alpha subgrantees and others are welcome, but not required to attend.


Those interested can register here.

A draft agenda can be downloaded here.


Who We Are & What We Do 


The JFNA Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care aims to expand person-centered, trauma-informed (PCTI) supportive services for Holocaust survivors. PCTI care is a holistic approach to service provision that promotes the dignity, strength, and empowerment of trauma victims by incorporating knowledge about the role of trauma in victims’ lives into agency programs, policies, and procedures.

Read about the new and returning subgrantees in the Center's third funding cycle

Learn more about our Subgrantees.

Learn more about us and our partners

JTA Op-Ed: Here's how we can preserve the dignity of aging Holocaust survivors, by Mark Wilf and Todd Morgan


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March 1, 2018: Implementation for grant period begins



The JFNA Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care is supported, in part, under a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration on Aging. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to freely express their findings and conclusions. However, these contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and endorsement by the Federal Government should not be assumed. All Rights Reserved.