A supportive community for divorced Jewish women in: New Square, NY Cleveland, OH Edison, NJ Suffern, NY Riverdale, NY Merrimack, NH Pittsburgh, PA Holliswood, NY Woodmere, NY Far Rockaway, NY Hewlett, NY Kew Gardens Hills, NY Valley Village, CA Valley Stream, NY St. Louis, MT Lakewood, NJ Huntington, NY Greenwood Village, CO Hillcrest, NY Staten Island, NY Montreal, QC Monroe, NY West Orange, NJ Brooklyn, NY Union City, NJ Miami, FL Atlanta, GA Boca Raton, FL Southfield, MI New Brunswick, NJ Cincinnati, OH New Hempstead, NY North Miami Beach, FL Cot St-Luc, QC Bergenfield, NJ Thornhill, ON Jacksonville, FL Seattle, WA Long Beach, NY Airmont, NY Coral Springs, FL Richmond Hill, NY Lawrence, NY Fair Lawn, NJ Hollywood, FL Clifton, NJ Forest Hills, NY St-Laurent, QC Cedarhurst, NY Brighton, MA West Hempstead, CT Valley Village, CA Inwood, NY Neponsit, NY Belle Harbor, NY Baltimore, MD Teaneck, NJ Nashville, TN Long Branch, NJ Savannah, GA Flushing, NY New Haven, CT Oceanside, NY New York, NY Chicago, IL Monsey, NY Fresh Meadows, NY Waterbury, CT Corona, NY Beachwood, OH Englewood, NJ Passaic, NJ Los Angeles, CA Lake Worth, FL Garnerville, NY Miami Beach, FL Kew Gardens, NY Great Neck, NY Spring Valley, NY Rego Park, NY University Heights, OH Brookline, MA Silver Spring, MD Los Angeles, CA Indian Orchard, MA Highland Park, NJ


“I’m a pretty big social butterfly, I’m very comfortable at work and at family functions but I’ve become pretty self conscious in social settings thinking that my divorced state is obvious; I felt no such inhibitions over the weekend. No one there was judging because everyone was in the same boat as me. I even got quite a few invitations for a shabbos with my kids!”

Batya L, Lawrence, NY

“Every single time S2S calls, even when you just leave a message, it makes me so, so happy. I am so lonely that just coming home and hearing you called makes me feel really, really good.”

Blima S. Brooklyn, 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
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Sister to Sister has been featured in: Jew in the City and Jewish Action.


“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