Apply for Person-Centered, Trauma-Informed Care Funding Opportunity

The Jewish Federations of North America's (JFNA) Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care recently released an RFP to expand person-centered, trauma-informed services for Holocaust survivors throughout the United States. The Center is only accepting applications from other organizations that have never previously received direct funding from JFNA's federal grant program.

Successful applicants will join a prestigious cohort of JFNA subgrantees that are developing and sharing models of person-centered, trauma-informed care to help Holocaust survivors. This is the fifth funding cycle of this federally funded grant program, launched in 2015 in partnership with The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

Grantees will help Holocaust survivors live independently in their homes and communities, and will develop and share innovative programs to help older adults impacted by trauma.

n4a encourages our members to consider applying—perhaps in partnership with local Jewish human service agencies.

An Intent to Apply is due July 10 and the application is due August 20. The application can be found at For more information, contact



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