Chai Lifeline Lakewood is Family

Rabbi Sruli Fried, MSW
Regional Director

Chai Lifeline Lakewood was established nearly two decades ago by Rabbi Simcha Scholar, a man whose dream was to assist our community’s who families stricken by serious illness, rachmana litzlan, by enveloping them in the warmth and care for which Chai Lifeline is renowned. Rabbi Mordechai Gobioff assembled a small but determined team with an unassuming presence in an equally small and modest town.

Today, the dream remains the same. However, Lakewood’s extraordinarily explosive growth has led to a corresponding increase in the kehilla’s needs. Chai Lifeline is now tasked with preserving our vision as we expand to meet the constantly changing demands of the country’s fastest-growing frum community and the nation’s largest pediatric hospital, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Like all families, ours has grown considerably over the course of many years. Like all families, we strive to keep our members closely linked as our numbers and services multiply.

A family requires housing, and that’s Chai Lifeline’s newest mission: to provide Lakewood families with a state-of-the-art center to accommodate developing needs like

therapy and counseling, after-school programming, special activities, daycare, educational centers, music, and art that mitigate the impact of illness and crisis.

While we plan for the years to come, we daven that our services will no longer be needed with the imminent arrival of Mashiach, b’meheira biyameinu.

One thought on “Chai Lifeline Lakewood is Family

  1. Dear Rabbi. Can call me at name is Renee Kemmeries. (Epstein ) I’m the marketing director. And director of nursing for caring with compassion We service families and anyone over 18 with disabilities. We. Do a lot with many autistic issues and Down’s syndrome. Any injury. Would live to meet with u. I think we can partner in lots of ways. I’ve been referred to u by Rabbis Greenburg and Shapiro at the Chabod in long branch and Rabbi Milka from deal. Also Rachel Gorcey I will b in Lakewood today and live to stop over. Looking forward to hearing back from u. Meanwhile check us our. We are caring with compassion. 610 Hope Road. Eatontown Ty so much 🙏

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