Anshe Tikvah Has a new Home
The Tikvah Center will provide mental health services, recovery, and spiritual counseling for individuals, couples, families, and small groups in a spiritually and culturally affirming setting.
The Kleiman Campus designation recognizes the significant funding contribution made by Ron and Ann Kleiman to Anshe Tikvah, NFP and their support for the mission of the organization. The Board of Jewish Education of Metropolitan Chicago, which has occupied the building for the last 20 years, will continue to operate from The Kleiman Campus.
As explained by Cantor Rabbi Rob Jury, spiritual leader of the congregation, “Anshe Tikvah means People of Hope.” Furthermore, “In addition to the typical activities of a Jewish synagogue, the Tikvah Center we will be highly focused on helping people in recovery from addictions involving substances and non-substance related behaviors. Our approach to healing and recovery is rooted in Jewish teachings and the belief that healing and recovery are possible.” Rabbi Jury plans to stream services from the new location immediately. The community will be invited when health care guidance suggests that groups can once again meet safely.