The only women’s organization within the Jewish community that supports divorced women and their children.
A supportive community for divorced Jewish women in: Rego Park, NY Cleveland, OH Southfield, MI Monroe, NY Richmond Hill, NY Huntington, NY New Brunswick, NJ Waterbury, CT Savannah, GA Union City, NJ Kew Gardens, NY Nashville, TN West Orange, NJ North Miami Beach, FL Valley Stream, NY Beachwood, OH Thornhill, ON Brookline, MA Coral Springs, FL Chicago, IL Holliswood, NY Bergenfield, NJ Hewlett, NY Boca Raton, FL Greenwood Village, CO Spring Valley, NY Lake Worth, FL Neponsit, NY Long Beach, NY Fresh Meadows, NY Monsey, NY Far Rockaway, NY Suffern, NY New Haven, CT Silver Spring, MD Hillcrest, NY Forest Hills, NY Flushing, NY Fair Lawn, NJ Long Branch, NJ West Hempstead, CT Kew Gardens Hills, NY Miami Beach, FL Merrimack, NH Great Neck, NY St-Laurent, QC New Hempstead, NY Cot St-Luc, QC Los Angeles, CA Pittsburgh, PA Baltimore, MD Belle Harbor, NY University Heights, OH Montreal, QC Garnerville, NY Seattle, WA Teaneck, NJ Cincinnati, OH Valley Village, CA Inwood, NY Miami, FL Jacksonville, FL Hollywood, FL St. Louis, MT Indian Orchard, MA Los Angeles, CA Staten Island, NY Oceanside, NY Highland Park, NJ New York, NY Passaic, NJ Brooklyn, NY Clifton, NJ Edison, NJ Valley Village, CA New Square, NY Riverdale, NY Airmont, NY Atlanta, GA Brighton, MA Lawrence, NY Englewood, NJ Woodmere, NY Cedarhurst, NY Lakewood, NJ Corona, NY
“Divorce was the most emotionally isolating experience of my life. The judgment and lack of sympathy from others, the desperate struggle every single day, the financial hardships…. I have no idea how I would have survived without Sister to Sister.”Shevy K. Los Angeles, CA
“Getting together with others in the same boat has affected me most. Knowing that I’m not the ‘only one’ and I’m not in it alone has calmed me down tremendously. Though, I must admit that it saddens me at the same time to see how many women have been through so much pain. The fact that you have undertaken such a tremendous task and put your heart and soul into helping us is outstanding in and of itself.“Chana L.S. Passaic, NJ
“When someone is widowed, we say, “How unfortunate.” When someone is divorced, we think, “What did you do wrong?” Instead, I hope we’re smart enough to ask a different question: “What can I do to help you?”Azriela Jaffe, Noted Writer and Journalist