The Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany recognizes a Holocaust survivor as an individual who was persecuted as a Jew in Germany, Austria, or any other country occupied by the
Nazis or their Axis allies between the years of 1933-1945, including Jews who emigrated from those countries after the persecution began and before liberation of that specific country, in
addition to suffering recognized persecution. (Please contact Jewish Family Service or the Claims Conference for further details).
Our services are available for all Jewish Holocaust survivors, but receiving some of the services for free may be limited to financially and/or physically vulnerable Jewish Nazi victims.
Jewish Family Service programs and services for older adults, including Holocaust survivors, receive funding in part from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, the Jewish
Federation of Cincinnati, The Jewish Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio, The Bahmann Foundation, Jewish Federations of North
America, and the Alfred Landecker Foundation, administered by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. It is a member agency of the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies.