* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Jewish Care Services of JourneyCare

2050 Claire Court
Glenview, IL 60025
Phone: (224) 770-2489
Email: info@journeycare.org
Web: http://www.journeycare.org
Contact: Rhonda Wehner

JourneyCare respects your preferences and choices, and is sensitive to your religious and cultural needs. The team includes several rabbis, social workers and volunteers trained in Jewish customs and values. JourneyCare's Jewish Care Services program combines the expert care of one of the most respected and comprehensive palliative care and hospice programs in the nation with specialized care that is sensitive to Jewish practices and traditions. JourneyCare is the only hospice in Illinois with a program that is specifically dedicated to addressing the range of Jewish observances as well as ritual and cultural issues.

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