Program Description

Looking for answers to the many problems and issues facing Jewish senior adults can seem overwhelming. Who to call? Where to turn?

Whether it is a simple question of how to replace a lost Medicare card, or a more complex issue such as assessing the level of care an older adult might need, ElderLink St. Louis is there to help. The information and advice you need is only a phone call or e-mail away! Best yet, there is no charge for our services.

ElderLink St. Louis is a coordinated referral service for Jewish older adults, their children and caregivers, which is a project of the Senior Service Integration Commission of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, administered by Jewish Family & Children’s Service.

Our staff members, who hold masters of social work degrees and are experienced in gerontology, connect users with advice and information on everything from aging in place and caregiver resources, to employment, end-of-life services, financial resources, housing, learning and recreation, physical and mental health, safety and legal issues, and much more. And remember, all it takes is a simple, confidential phone call or e-mail.

Please note: Our community directory includes only Jewish community organizations that serve older adults as well as organizations (both for-profit and nonprofit) that offer specialized services to the Jewish older adult population. Organizations offering services to the general older adult population may not be included.

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(314) 812-9300

Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm

Tuesday and Thursday

evenings by appointment

or send an email and we’ll contact you.

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ElderLink St. Louis is administered by Jewish Family & Children's Service.

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