NewsPublic Affairs / April 3, 2018

Indy Program Helps Holocaust Survivors Heal

Indy Program Helps Holocaust Survivors HealThe Kavod program seeks to support holocaust survivors through everything from case management and mental health support to outings and fellowship.holocaust, survivor2018-04-03T00:00:00-04:00
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Indy Program Helps Holocaust Survivors Heal

Photo provided by Rachel Kesner

This week, WFYI's All Things Considered host Matt Pelsor is speaking with people who work to foster change in our region.

Rachel Kesner is the program director of Jewish Family Services with the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis. Their Kavod program (a Hebrew word meaning to honor or respect) seeks to support holocaust survivors through everything from case management and mental health support to outings and fellowship.

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