The Matching Grant Program for Russian Jewish Refugees in Twelve Large Communities

By David A. Grossman

UJA-Federation of New York, January 1995

The refugee resettlement program for Russian Jews in New York City is the single largest component of the nationwide resettlement program being operated by the American Jewish community. This New York resettlement program is operated by NYANA (the New York Association for New Americans) with the participation of a number of affiliated agencies of the UJA-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York. As part of its monitoring responsibility with respect to this refugee placement program, UJA-Federation, in cooperation with NYANA, has been reviewing the program's accomplishments and possible directions for its improvement.

Topic: Jewish Federations, Former Soviet Union (FSU), Russian Jews, Social Services, Immigration, Acculturation, Refugees

Page Number(s): 1-62

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Genre: Survey data

Coverage: Atlanta, Georgia , Baltimore, Maryland , Boston, Massachusetts , Chicago, Illinois , Denver, Colorado , Detroit, Michigan , Los Angeles, California , New York, New York , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , San Diego, California , San Francisco, California , United States , Washington, D.C.

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Grossman, David A. The Matching Grant Program for Russian Jewish Refugees in Twelve Large Communities. UJA-Federation of New York. January 1995: 1-62.


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