Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) — Refugee Resettlement
1633 W. Seventh St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
Providing pre-arrival, arrival and post-arrival services to Jewish refugees.
Minnesota JCC — Russian-speaking Social and Supportive Services
Capp Center St. Paul
New American Program Coordinator: Yulia Shteyn
Educational, social, cultural and travel programs are offered throughout the year. Supportive services include ELL classes, Russian language library and medical interpreting.
RAJMN — Russian-American Jews in Minnesota
St. Paul Jewish Federation
790 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 66116
Founder and Project Director: Ilana Volodarsky
RAJMN works to: deepen the connection of the Russian Jewish community in Minnesota to the larger Jewish community in our state; foster understanding and a general curiosity about Judaism and Russian Jewish roots and culture among young Russian-speaking Jews; strengthen connections between young families in Minnesota’s Russian-speaking Jewish community; teach Russian-speaking Jewish teens and young families leadership skills; provides opportunities to attend global Jewish conferences and strengthen the Jewish identity of Russian-Jewish teens and young families in Minnesota.
St. Paul Jewish Federation — Shalom St. Paul/Shalom Baby
790 Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 55116
Director: Stacy Dockman
Are you new to the St. Paul Jewish community, or do you know someone who is? Did you just have a baby or a new grandchild, or do you know someone in the St. Paul area that just had a baby? Please contact us! The St. Paul Jewish Federation welcomes you and any new family members, and hopes that you will take an active part in community life here. Shalom St. Paul and Shalom Baby offer personal outreach, as well as a welcome packet of information about the St. Paul area Jewish community. The packet includes community resources, program guides and other helpful information.
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