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History


The Jewish House was established 33 years ago when Roger and Anthony Clifford donated a house on Flood Street in Bondi as a centre for counselling for teenagers and others who were affected by drug and alcohol abuse and to battle what at the time was the growing trend of involvement in cults.

Today, through its dedication to excellence and its professional and uniquely embracing approach it has evolved to be recognised as a pre-eminent institution in the provision of a far broader range of crisis services across all ages and community profiles. Our services have expanded to include our 24/7 help line, crisis accommodation, psychology, psychiatry, social work, financial counselling as well as community education, prevention and positive living programmes.

Our caring approach, whereby a number of services are combined in a unique way for each client, is a model  well regarded by other organisations and has ensured a very high success rate in assisting people to rebuild their lives after a major crisis.

Today we are excited at the prospect of building our physical and human resource capacity so we can continue to be proactive and innovate in the way we assist our community.

 

Our corporate supporters

"Having a strong relationship with an experienced
crisis care operator is invaluable to us - we can help
and support our own people in need. It’s people
helping people and business in need of business."

CEO of a major brand-driven business

"It is with great pleasure we support Jewish
House’s annual dinner, which presents a wonderful
opportunity for us to showcase our unique venue,
cuisine and personal service to the Jewish and
broader community."

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

Become a Jewish House Corporate Partner

 

 
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