For more than 110 years, Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community has worked together to provide supportive care and services to those in need, regardless of religious faith. In this way, we honor the Jewish values of “Honor thy Father and thy Mother” taught to us in the Ten Commandments.
That tradition continues today through the Jewish Association on Aging (JAA), which provides services that keep seniors of all faiths active, safe, independent, and connected to the community.
With a commitment to our seniors, exacting standards for excellence, and a vision that evolves to meet emerging needs, the JAA has developed one of the premier healthcare continuums serving the elderly and their families in the Pittsburgh area.
To learn more about the programs and services provided by JAA, visit the JAA website.