Marvin’s Bistro – Open Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm, located in the Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza. Shabbat Dinners-to-Go available 1-2:00pm, Fridays
Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for older adults through programs and services that support aging with dignity and choice, and maximize independence. With residences and offices in Oak Park and West Bloomfield, JSL connects people through ONE NUMBER: 248.661.1836 TTY #711
Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit
is the premier Jewish agency serving older adults in southeast Michigan. Through long-standing programs, services, and residences, and collaborations with our sister agencies and professionals, Jewish Senior Life is the single comprehensive resource for all things related to older adults. People of all beliefs and faiths welcome.
“Meer Apartments has been my home for more than 12 years. I find much pleasure in my volunteer work, greeting new residents to our Meer family and supporting new residents as they get acquainted to their new home. I also enjoy volunteering some time to make dolls for cancer patients. This is a short list but I find being helpful and busy is always very rewarding.” ~ Fran Penskar
“I have made lots of new friends. I lead several activities including movies and discussion groups and attend offsite concerts plus live entertainment which makes Meer a great place to live. I would definitely recommend Meer to anyone who wants to enjoy living among great people.” ~ Bob Prussack, Meer resident
“My father, Louis Berlin, is the third generation of my family to live in what is now Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit. He is living in the Meer Apartments and I am grateful for the wonderful environment provided to my dad.” ~ Joyce Weingarten
“Jewish Detroit is grateful to the people who built our community,” says Carol Rosenberg, Immediate Past Director, Jewish Senior Life Foundation. “We celebrate their aging every single day. Jewish Senior Life’s mission is to support and enrich older adults’ lives.”