Senior Services

Pesach Tikvah gratefully serves 120 Holocaust survivors in New York City. With sensitivity and great care, we offer them emotional support, therapy, and uplifting events.

Supportive Services

Pesach Tikvah employs the unique "Supportive Community" model to maximize the physical and emotional well-being of the many Holocaust survivors residing in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Trained staff and volunteers make hundreds of visits to Holocaust survivors each month. They provide much needed emotional support and stimulation, telephone support, group activities, social events, one-on-one art, drama, and music therapy, behavioral health support, advocacy, case management, and activity packages. The Supportive Community also provides light handyman services to survivors, free of charge. This includes changing light bulbs, adjusting heat and air-conditioning, and minor repairs. Supportive Community Services are made possible through a generous grant from the Claims Conference, as well as funding from the New York City Council. The Holocaust program also provides critical respite, training, and educational services to hundreds of family caregivers through generous grants from the New York City Council.


Pesach Tikvah provides a monthly luncheon for Holocaust survivors. This beautiful catered event includes uplifting entertainment and a warm feeling of community.

Home Visits

Pesach Tikvah's dedicated staff members visit Holocaust survivors at home to provide emotional support, and to make certain that each one is living in a safe environment. Our staff speaks English, Yiddish, and Hungarian, ensuring that each survivor can communicate comfortably with us.