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

“The key to resilience is connection, having one person who cares…YOU are privileged to be that person who cares. I can’t think of any more worthy cause to volunteer for.”

Dr. David Pelcovitz, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Yeshiva University

“When you join Sister to Sister as an advocate, group leader or captain, you are planting seeds of validation and caring and you are helping a mother raise her children.”

R' Paysach Krohn, World Renowned Author and Lecturer