Rhoda Goldman Plaza
(415) 345-5072 • rgplaza.org
Rhoda Goldman Plaza, an assisted-living community located within minutes of the city’s cultural offerings, provides made-from-scratch kosher meals, stimulating activities such as tai chi, art and musical entertainment; amenities including a beauty salon, fitness center and spacious apartments. It also houses a memory-care unit.
San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living
(415) 334-2500 • sfcjl.org
San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living (formerly the Jewish Home) opened in 1871 and serves older adults of all income levels, including some 1,800 residents and clients seeking short-term care and those in need of acute psychiatric care. Residents enjoy a plethora of social activities and Judaica classes, with a rabbi on staff. The Campus is in the process of a major 270,000-square-foot expansion which will create 115 assisted-living apartments and 75 memory care and support assisted-living suites. These will be located in the Lynne and Roy M. Frank Residences and Byer Square. Additionally, renovation is in process to update the existing 230 skilled-nursing and 120 short-stay rehabilitation suites. Slated for completion first quarter 2020.
The Reutlinger Community
(925) 648-2800 • rcjl.org
In the hills of Danville, the Reutlinger Community offers a continuum of care, including assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care and short- and long-term rehabilitation. Residents enjoy the added amenities of a rabbi on staff, kosher cuisine, an award-winning art program and a Judaica museum (also a J. Readers’ Choice award winner for its wonderful Jewish Heritage Museum housed at the Community.)
(650) 433-3600 • moldaw.org
Moldaw Residences, a retirement community sharing a campus with Palo Alto’s Oshman Family JCC, enables residents to enjoy the fitness and swimming facilities, programs and excursions offered by the JCC as well as activities at the residence, which offers independent and assisted living and memory care.