Communication and
Resource Centers

Even as Hurricane Katrina was first raging across the Gulf Coast, rabbis and staff of Chabad of New Orleans stayed behind with the remaining populace within the city proper, and in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie, so as to continue providing comfort and assistance to the Jewish community in its time of need.

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Emergency Assistance

 

The following emergency assistance and crisis-relief efforts have been undertaken by Chabad. The demand for these resources and services have unfortunately been increasing and intensifying with each passing day:

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Locating Victims;
Networking with Families

From the moment the levees of New Orleans were breached, Chabad launched a massive effort to discover the whereabouts and plight of members of the Jewish community. These efforts and services are still underway.

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Recovery, Healing and Renewal: The Weeks and Months ahead

It is abundantly clear that the effects of this disaster will not be of a short term nature. The need for “temporary” housing and allocations of food, clothing and medicine is likely to be very intense for many months (if not years) to come.

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