Resident Life

Situated on an attractive nine-acre campus in San Francisco, we provide residents with on-site and off-site opportunities for enhanced living. Residents enjoy a wide range of life enrichment, cultural, intellectual, creative, and religious activities. We are committed to providing each resident with quality care of body, mind, and spirit.

The Happy(est) Home on Earth

That would be Jewish Home & Rehab Center, located on San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, and our promotional, self-produced video involving our broad in-house community, choreographed to the Pharrell Williams’ song Happy. Although many other organizations and individuals have been inspired to do their thing to this song, we lay claim to our video being uncommon. After all, there’s no place quite like Jewish Home & Rehab Center, nor persons comparable to the special individuals who work, live, and serve here.

CELEBRATED POET LAUDS LIFE AT THE HOME

Poet Phyllis Koestenbaum finds new reason – and rhyme – in her life at the Jewish Home.

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Animated Pets Offer A Prime Prescription

Astrid Stange adores her Harry. His furry coat feels good and his presence is surprisingly calming.

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Our beauty shop is generously supported by a grant from the Maimonides Fund of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

Senior excursions are generously supported by a grant from the JCF Senior Mobility Initiative of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

The Summer Arts Festival is made possible by the George & Dorothy Saxe Family Fund – a named fund at the Jewish Home.

Musically related endeavors, projects, outings and opportunities for Jewish Home residents are made possible with support from the Marcus Music Fund.

With thanks to the generous support from friends of San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, our current and future residents now have a beautiful new vehicle in which to travel around town in style, safety, and comfort. It is generosity such as this that not only fuels the heart and soul of our community’s promise to honor our older adults, but drives – now in more ways than one – our continuing ability to serve our seniors’ social, cultural, and well-being needs.

 

Disclaimer

Website content that still bears the names Jewish Home of San Francisco and Jewish Home reflects material that is in circulation or was published before we became San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living – on which Jewish Home & Rehab Center, our acute geriatric psychiatry hospital, and the new Lynne & Roy M. Frank Residences and Byer Square are located. Wherever possible, new and updated website content will bear our new names.

 
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