You are here

Your Career is Calling...at OHEL!

With over 1,200 employees, so many know someone who found a rewarding career at OHEL. Where else can you impact, transform, and elevate the lives of countless children and adults, every day. And because OHEL services such an incredible diversity of needs, staff find their unique calling at OHEL.



From Weekend Counselors in our residences to One on One Life-Skill Training to children with developmental disabilities, OHEL offers a number of paid part time and full time opportunities with flexible hours. OHEL has managerial, supervisory, clinical, administrative, support or direct care positions available. All full time positions offer a full benefits package, including free family medical insurance, vacation, sick leave and other great benefits. OHEL prides itself in offering our employees opportunities for training to foster professional growth and development within our agency via The Institute for Advanced Professional Training at OHEL.

Working at OHEL is not just a job - it’s a calling and a thriving environment like no other!


To become part of our team of professionals and apply for one of our current open positions, please click on the link under the desired position listed below. For all other inquiries, please contact Human Resources: 718-686-3102 or resumes@ohelfamily.org.

Current Opportunities

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
OHEL currently seeks a dynamic and innovative leader with proven success in program management and strategic planning to serve as Program Director. This individual will be responsible for a cross section of Agency programs both existing as well as development of new services. The Director is a member of the agency’s senior management team and will work with other team members in a collaborative environment.

Key responsibilities include oversight of the day-to-day operations of programs for children, adults and families, develop new programs to meet the growing needs of the community; supervise senior management across agency programs; collaborate with agency support departments, families, community leaders and outside government bodies; ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations, assess staff performance and identify areas of necessary training.

Successful candidate will have proven experience as a dynamic leader, seven plus years experience in related fields, the ability to work both independently and as part of a group; experience in building and maintaining relationships on multi levels, excellent analytical and organization skills; superb verbal and written communication skills; a dedicated work ethic; excellent computer skills

An attractive and competitive benefits package is available commensurate with level of experience.

Apply for this position

NURSE SUPERVISOR
Full time position for a seasoned professional who holds a NYS RN license to serve as a nurse supervisor within a large residential program consisting of many residences and apartments in Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, and Manhattan for adults with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include being the on-site RN for one of these residences. Supervisory hours include providing initial training for new nurses and ongoing training and development for staff nurses, communicating job expectations and regulatory requirements, measuring health outcomes against standards, reviewing and consulting regarding a variety of medical conditions and complex diagnoses, conducting quality assurance reviews, covering for other agency RN’s, and maintaining linkages with hospitals our clients may frequent. Strong health assessment skills and supervisory experience needed. Current NYS RN license and a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience required. Experience working with people who have developmental disabilities a plus.

Apply for this position

REGISTERED NURSE
Full time or part time positions available to work with adults who have developmental disabilities within residential settings in Brooklyn, Manhattan, or Long Island. Strong health assessment skills needed. Current NYS RN license and a minimum of 2 years post-graduate hospital experience required. Experience with developmental disabilities a plus.

Apply for this position

DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
OHEL is looking for a dynamic, motivated and experienced Development Officer to be a part of a team responsible for fundraising for OHEL, Camp Kaylie and the Jaffa Family Campus. The Development Officer will identify and follow up with donors who contribute to various OHEL appeals via direct mail and online, as well as participants at OHEL events. Reporting to the Chief Development Officer and working closely with the Director of Development, the Development Officer will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors making gifts to OHEL with the goal of increasing their support. Additional responsibilities include work on special events such as OHEL’s Gala, Golf Outing, crowdfunding initiatives and other departmental projects. Successful candidate should have demonstrated campaign experience including face-to-face solicitation, event planning, corporate and foundation initiatives, appeals, innovative campaigns and experience with affiliate groups such as Young Leadership and professional affinity groups. Bachelor’s Degree and 3-5 years of related experience required. Public speaking and computer literacy a must.

Apply for this position

LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN –EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM
Excellent position available for a professional and skilled Mental Health Clinician to work with children under the age of 5 and their caregivers in OHEL’s Early Childhood Treatment Center. This is an unparalleled opportunity for a clinician to be part of a city-wide early childhood mental health network of providers with specialized training, reflective supervision and state of the art resources to treat infants, toddlers and preschool age children and their families. The Clinician will work with children to deliver evidence based individual, group and dyadic family-centered treatment and engage parents/caregiver in treatment. Additional responsibilities include administering mental health assessments while using the results for further goals and plans. Appropriate candidates should possess strong clinical, assessment and writing skills and have experience with clinical documentation including the use of electronic health records. LMSW, LCSW or LMHC required with a minimum of 2 years of clinical experience working with children under 5 and their caregivers, and be willing to work Sundays and 1 evening as needed. Bilingual Yiddish a plus.

Apply for this position

GERIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR (Bi-Lingual)
Exciting full-time opportunity for a responsible and professional individual to serve as a Therapist in OHEL’s Depression Treatment Program, Project HEAL. Responsibilities include providing counseling to seniors in their homes using an evidence based treatment model, maintaining accurate documentation of sessions, attending educational trainings and attending team meetings. Position requires a LMSW or other related mental health degree. Driver’s license and own car required as home visits to Brooklyn and Queens will be conducted. Clinical supervision provided by an LCSW. Spanish speaking a must.

Apply for this position

FACILITIES MANAGER
Seeking highly organized and efficient professional to serve as OHEL’s Facilities Manager. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to supervising various agency staff, coordinating preventive maintenance and repairs of all Ohel locations, maintaining service records to ensure that periodic tasks are performed on schedule, ensuring compliance with Life Safety and NYC Regulations, assigning service calls to specialty vendors such as plumber, appliance repair, locksmith etc. and meeting potential contractors on site to obtain bids of price and scope of work for repair projects. Successful candidate will have 5 years of related management experience, be computer proficient and meticulous about documentation. This position is located in Brooklyn and is 40 hours per week (on call after hours for emergencies). Own car with clean driver’s license a must as driving to several sites within the tristate area required. Graduate of recognized Trades/Engineering Technology training program; AAS or better required.

Apply for this position

RESIDENCE MANAGER (F/T)
Position available to work within a residential setting for men who have developmental disabilities located in Brooklyn. Responsibilities include supervising all aspects of client care, programming, staffing, and facilities management. Candidate should work well in high stress situations, be a strong communicator, have excellent writing skills, and possess exceptional leadership abilities. Bachelor’s Degree in related field (Masters preferred) and experience working with persons with developmental disabilities required. NY or NJ Driver’s license a must

Apply for this position

SENIOR CASE MANAGER (F/T)
Seeking high energy and responsible individual to work collaboratively with men and women who have a Mental Illness to further support wellness, recovery, independent living skills as well as provide a full range of case management, advocacy and liaison services in our Supported Housing Program in Brooklyn. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Case Manager supervision in the facilitation of client empowerment and choice, regular apartment visits and inspection, documentation such as rent and fire drills, medication and medical monitoring in conjunction with the care coordinators in the Health Homes, linkage to community resources, and contact with therapists, psychiatrists, peer specialists, and other natural supports. Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in the Human Services field, (Masters preferred) and is full time (some evening hours required)

Apply for this position

COMMUNITY HABILITATION SUPERVISOR
Seeking a well-organized and professional individual for our Community Habilitation Program to hire, supervise and train direct care staff working independently in and out of the homes of children and/or adults with developmental disabilities. Experience working with individuals who have disabilities and strong knowledge of Microsoft Office required. Management experience and BA preferred. Valid driver’s license and own car a plus. Excellent opportunity for professional growth!

Apply for this position

CARE COORDINATOR
Seeking a full-time Care Coordinator to manage the care of clients enrolled in Ohel's Brooklyn Health Home program. The Care Coordinator will assess the individual’s physical, mental health and social services needs and will develop an integrated plan of care, working collaboratively with medical, behavioral and social service providers. The Care Coordinator will also provide transitional care and follow up as well as individual and family support. Position requires field visits, including home, hospital and office settings. Candidates must be well spoken and computer proficient. Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in the Human Services field. Experience providing direct services or case management preferred, as is familiarity with serious mental illness and chronic medical conditions.

Apply for this position

CASE MANAGER
Seeking high energy and responsible individual to work collaboratively with men and women who have a Mental Illness to further support wellness, recovery, independent living skills as well as provide a full range of case management, advocacy and liaison services in our Apartment Treatment Program in Brooklyn. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the facilitation of client empowerment and choice, regular apartment visits and inspection, medication and medical monitoring in conjunction with the care coordinators in the Health Homes, linkage to community resources, and contact with therapists, psychiatrists, peer specialists, and other natural supports. Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in the Human Services field, (Masters preferred) and is full time (some evening hours required).

Apply for this position

FAMILY PEER ADVOCATE
OHEL’s new Early Childhood Mental Health Program is seeking a warm, empathic individual with excellent communication skills to provide advocacy, coaching, and support to parents of children under age 5 experiencing social, emotional, developmental, medical and/or behavioral challenges. Appropriate candidate should have lived experience as a parent/ caregiver of a child who has had similar issues and has had to navigate multiple child-serving systems on their behalf.

Apply for this position

HOUSE MANAGER
House Manager needed to assist Residence Manager in support staff supervision, upkeep of residence and purchasing duties in a Queens residence for women who have developmental disabilities. Hours are Monday through Friday 6:30am – 3:30pm. Good English communication and writing skills required. Valid driver’s license required.

Apply for this position

HOUSE PARENT
Seeking warm, nurturing and responsible individual to serve as House Parent in a residence for adults with disabilities located in the Lower East Side. This key role within the residence reports directly to the Residence Manager while working collaboratively with all team members. Responsibilities include the supervision and oversight of the hygiene and general appearance of the individuals, clothing and laundry process, maintaining the home like nature of the residence and ensuring that the individuals are spending their time in a qualitative manner. Experience in caring for others a must. This full time position can work with flexible days and hours to accommodate an appropriate applicant.

Apply for this position

RECRUITER (P/T)
Exciting opportunity to join OHEL Bais Ezra’s recruitment team as our part time Field Recruiter. We are seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to actively recruit applicants at various community events, career fairs and on school campuses to work within the many departments we have within our agency servicing the community. Candidate will be expected to travel within the NYC and Long Island areas as well as attend weekly team meetings within our Brooklyn based office. The Ideal candidate should preferably have a minimum of 2 years related experience, excellent people skills, and strong computer skills. Valid driver’s license and own car required.

Apply for this position

ROTATING COOK
Experienced cook needed to prepare delicious kosher meals for men and women with developmental disabilities within residential settings. Cook will fill in for our current staff when temporarily unable to work or when a staff vacancy exists. Applicants must travel between residences in Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and Long Island. Knowledge of kashrus a must.

Apply for this position

SENIOR DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
Weekend and Weekday Positions available in Brooklyn and Long Island in residences for men and women with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include supervision of direct care staff, documentation and tracking, and attending case conferences. Experience with the developmentally disabled population, supervisory experience, and good writing skills required. Driver’s license a must.

Apply for this position

JOB COACH
Rewarding opportunity for energetic job coach to work with adults who have developmental disabilities as they enter the work force. Become a partner in their successful employment and increased independence by providing quality assurance in their tasks & lending steady support, supervision & encouragement on the job site. Initiates positive communication /relationships between individual and their employer/co-workers. Experience working with individuals with special needs required, valid driver’s license preferred. Part time positions available in Long Island and Brooklyn

Apply for this position

DAYHAB TRAINERS
Full time positions available in Far Rockaway for caring individuals to involve adults with developmental disabilities in skill development while encouraging them to become more independent. Responsibilities include supervising and joining in activities to foster independent living as well as escorting consumers to community sites. Valid driver’s license and ability to drive 15-passenger van required. Hours are from 6:30am-5:30pm.

Apply for this position

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
Direct support professionals needed to work with adults with developmental disabilities or psychiatric disabilities living in group residences in Long Island, Queens, Far Rockaway, Brooklyn, and the Lower East Side. Ability to speak and write English required. Valid driver's license required for some positions.

Apply for this position

MEDICAL ESCORT
Unique positions available to assist women or men with developmental disabilities who live in a group residence in either Queens or Brooklyn as they attend various healthcare appointments. Responsibilities include, driving individuals to and from medical offices, having a strong knowledge of individuals specific medical needs, and providing feedback to various staff members within the residence based on information given over by healthcare professionals. Good English communication skills a must. Valid driver’s license and willingness to drive 15-passenger van required

Apply for this position

COMMUNITY HABILITATION WORKERS
Ohel Bais Ezra's Community Habilitation and Respite Programs are looking for creative dedicated and responsible male and female staff to work one-on-one with children or adults with developmental disabilities who live at home in your community. Locations include Far Rockaway, Queens, Long Island, Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Experience and driving strongly preferred but not required. Good English communication skills a must. Flexible part time, after school hours.

Apply for this position

RECEPTIONIST
Seeking reliable and well organized individual who has the ability to multi-task and work well with others to work in our mental health clinic in Far Rockaway. Responsibilities include answering phones, registering patients, assist medical billing with insurance verification and pre-certification, collecting fees and co-pays, inputting therapist schedules into computer, assist Office Manager and more. Must have typing, computer skills and have excellent English communication.

Apply for this position

SECRETARY
Secretarial positions available in residences in Brooklyn and Manhattan for individuals with developmental disabilities. Looking for a very organized person who has ability to multi-task. Excellent English communication, follow up and computer skills required.

Apply for this position

HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking individuals to work full time or part time in a residences in Brooklyn and Long Island for adults who have disabilities. Responsibilities include cleaning bedrooms, kitchens and bathrooms, changing linens, removing waste, vacuuming, cleaning windows, couches and upholstery.

Apply for this position

OHEL is affirmatively seeking to hire Public Assistance recipients.

The agency provides all qualified applicants equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, citizenship status, military veteran status or marital status.

Latest News

NEWS

  • 10/18/17: OHEL’s 48th ANNUAL GALA SUNDAY 19th NOVEMBER AT ...
  • 10/03/17: Hurricane Ravaged Communities Benefit from OHEL’...
  • 09/06/17: OHEL Provides An Epic End-of-Summer in Diverse Pro...
  • 07/21/17: A Tee-rific Day Golfing with OHEL...
  • 07/11/17: Empowering Families To Fight Addiction: OHEL & Amu...
  • 06/09/17: OHEL’s Third Annual OXC Classic at Camp Kaylie D...
  • 05/16/17: At TD Five Boro Bike Tour, Team OHEL Wins for OHEL...
  • 05/11/17: 500 Participants to Challenge Themselves for a Gre...
  • 05/11/17: OHEL Co-Sponsored Rebbetzin’s Conference Draws R...
  • 05/01/17: The Multiple Challenges Faced by Teenagers Today -...
  • 04/24/17: OHEL Bais Ezra’s Hosts Autism Family Day in NY C...
  • 04/04/17: OHEL's Annual Legislative Breakfast Draws Public a...
  • 04/03/2017: As OHEL Expands, Alan Secter Appointed New Chief...
  • 03/30/17: The Eternal Bonds of Grief - Losing a Child with D...
  • 03/15/17: This Purim, OHEL Brought Happiness & Warmth to Hun...
  • 02/28/17: OHEL to Open New Residence for Individuals with De...
  • 02/23/17: OHEL is the Only Agency Approved to Provide New Re...
  • 01/24/17: Half the Marathon, Twice the Fun!...
  • 01/11/17: A Day With OHEL to Remember the Love and Sacrifice...
  • 01/09/17: Life; Fully Engaged...
  • 12/29/16: OHEL Celebrates Chanukah with the Amazing Shloime ...
  • 12/6/16: OHEL Breaks New Ground in Confronting Stigma 1,100...
  • 11/6/16: Team OHEL Keeps on Running at TCS NYC Marathon!...
  • 09/28/16: OHEL’s 47th Annual Gala - If OHEL’s Walls Coul...
  • 9/23/2016: OHEL to Temporarily Move Headquarters to Downto...
  • 09/20/16: The Mel and Phyllis Zachter OHEL Institute for Tra...
  • 09/07/16: At Start of New School Year, OHEL’s Dr. Norman B...
  • 08/24/16: OHEL’s Retreat to Bushkill Inn Provides Inspirat...
  • 08/15/16: OHEL Bais Ezra’s East 26th Street Residence Cele...
  • 07/28/16: Camp Kaylie - Reflections of a Past Camper and Fut...
  • 08/1/2016: OHEL Bais Ezra’s Hillcrest Residence Celebrate ...
  • 07/06/2016: Chinuch Comes Alive at Camp Kaylie...
  • 6/20/16: A Tee-rific Day Golfing with OHEL...
  • 06/22/16: Yoni Benedek, Touro Social Work Graduate, Wins OHE...
  • 05/15/16: OHEL’s Second Annual OXC Event at Camp Kaylie â€...
  • 06/7/16: Mariano Rivera Pitches in for OHEL ...
  • 6/6/16: OHEL Launching Local Support Groups for Divorced Mot...
  • 6/2/16: Anxiety and Relationships...
  • 6/1/16: OHEL to Significantly Expand Services to Children an...
  • 5/26/16: New Challenges and Changes Facing Millennial Genera...
  • 5/10/16: Exclusive Screening of OHEL’s Rising from Divorc...
  • 4/26/16: OHEL And Kool Kids Bounced Around On Chol Hamoed!...
  • 5/9/16: OHEL’s New Listen for a Change Podcast Series Yiel...
  • 4/15/16: OHEL's Annual Legislative Breakfast Draws Public an...
  • 4/10/16: Canarsie Meets Boro Park For Makeovers and Mingling...
  • 4/13/16: Art Exhibit by Moshe Pollak, OHEL Mental Health Res...
  • 4/3/2016: Children and Families Enjoy OHEL Bais Ezra’s Fam...
  • 7/17/2016 Emotional Intelligence...
  • 1/21/2016 OHEL Hosts First Lady Chirlane McCray...
  • 12/07/15 - OHEL Lights up the Lives of its Children and Fami...
  • 11/11/15 Co-President of OHEL Moishe Hellman is Guest of Hon...
  • 11/10/15Team OHEL Honorees, The Levi Family Personifies Fa...
  • 11/05/15 - Gloria and Harvey Kaylie, Founders of Camp Kaylie...
  • 12/30/15 -NJ Native Bruce Prince to Be Honored at OHEL’s 4...
  • 10/29/15 Rabbi Yaakov and Leah Lehrfield Of Staten Island to...
  • 10/23/15 OHEL Runs Challah Bake in Honor of Shabbos Project...
  • 10/16/15 Message From Rabbi Shalom Rosner On the Situation i...
  • 10/07/15 - Dear Sarah: My daughter still has not found her b...
  • 9/3/15 - OHEL’s Retreat to Bushkill Inn Provides Inspirati...
  • 8/19/15 Chesed Begins at Home Meira (Reinstein) Mintz...
  • 8/10/15 Gloria and Harvey Kaylie Visit Camp Kaylie for Kayli...
  • 8-10-2015 Beyond Comprehension Dr. Norman N. Blumenthal...
  • 07/15/2015 - Double Your Impact...
  • 05/13/15 - Team OHEL Crosses the Finish Line!...
  • 5/13/15 - Sibshops Family Event...
  • 04/28/15 - OHEL Launches New and FREE Parenting Workshops...
  • 04/28/15 - OHEL & Jewish Family Service of Clifton-Passaic B...
  • 4/14/15 - Rav Moshe Lieff and Rabbi Eli Mansour Join OHEL fo...
  • 03/31/15 - NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray Passionately Calls...
  • 03/19/15 - OHEL’s Sibshops Program Hosts Another Successfu...
  • 03/03/15 - OHEL and Task Force Co-Sponsor Important Communit...
  • 02/27/15 - OHEL’S Expansive School Based Services Garner P...
  • 2/26/15 - OHEL Bais Ezra Individuals Celebrate Elisheva’s ...
  • 02/23/15 - DRS Students & OHEL Day Hab Individuals Pack Mish...
  • 02/15/2015 - OHEL Receives Top Scores in Government Regulato...
  • 01/19/15 - OHEL & Jewish Family Service of Clifton-Passaic B...
  • 01/20/15 - Local NJ organizations J-ADD, OHEL, Kaplan JCC on...
  • 01/12/15 - Sibshops Ice Skating Trip Enjoyed by All!...
  • 01/13/15 - OHEL Lights up the Lives of its Children and Fami...
  • 12/15/14 - OHEL New Jersey Hosts Teaneck Training for The Ye...
  • 12/09/14 - OHEL’s Sibshops Training Day...
  • 12/02/14 - Over 1,000 Friends Inspired at OHEL’s 45th Annu...
  • 11/25/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra East 16th St Residence Celebrates ...
  • 11/13/14 - OHEL Hosts Foster Care Information Session Open H...
  • 11/10/14 - OHEL and BoroPark Lumber Recognized for Employmen...
  • 10/28/14 - Join OHEL on Sunday, November 23 as we “Look Ba...
  • 10/23/14 - OHEL Honors our “Angel of Mery” – Miriam Lu...
  • 10/06/14 - Looking Back and Giving Back - Moving Forward Tog...
  • 09/18/14 - OHEL Meets Diverse & Increasing Needs of Northern...
  • 09/03/14 - OHEL’s Retreat to Bushkill Inn Provides Inspira...
  • 9/02/14 - OHEL Launches New School Essay Competition...
  • 08/21/14 - OHEL a Guest at Hamptons Synagogue...
  • 08/21/14 - Robotics “Classes” Sponsored by the Gruss Lif...
  • 08/07/14 - OHEL “Future Leaders” Golf Event...
  • 07/28/14 - Mezuzahs Complete OHEL’s New Kadimah Building...
  • 07/02/14 - An Opportunity to Double Your Impact and Be Twice...
  • 06/27/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra Hosts 2nd Annual Appreciation BBQ...
  • 06/27/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra Sibshops- Another Terrific Year Co...
  • 06/27/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra Makes it Easier to “Access” Se...
  • 06/19/14 - OHEL Omni Golf Classic 2014...
  • 06/10/14 - OHEL Support Groups for Mothers of Children With ...
  • 05/28/14 - OHEL Takes Fund Raising to New Heights!...
  • 05/22/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra Siblings Celebrate Side by Side...
  • 05/16/14 - Team OHEL Crosses the Finish Line!...
  • 05/08/14 - Parents and Kids All Have Fun at OHEL Bais Ezraâ€...
  • 05/05/14 - OHEL Partners With Others to Provide Stimulating ...
  • 04/09/14 - OHEL Bais Ezra Siblings Run Side by Side...
  • 04/01/14 - OHEL Takes Fund Raising to New Heights...
  • 03/26/14 - Racing to His Work!...
  • 03/19/14 - While Project Hope at OHEL Ends, Lessons of Resil...
  • 03/18/14 - OHEL's FREE Camp Safety Program and Camp Chessed ...
  • 03/12/14 - OHEL’s Expanded Kadimah Program Enables Individ...
  • 03/12/14 - OHEL Invited as Guest Speaker to Eis Laasois Pres...
  • 02/24/14 - OHEL’s “Devoted Dads” Workshop Draws Capaci...
  • 02/20/14 - Purchasing OHEL’s Mishloach Manot Helps Provide...
  • 02/18/14 - OHEL’s Diverse Support Groups Draw Everyday Peo...
  • 01/31/14 - OHEL Launches “Devoted Dads” Support Group...
  • 01/30/14 - OHEL Runs Another Successful Season of Winter Cam...
  • 01/24/14 - Rave Reviews from Attendees of OHEL’s First Sib...
  • 01/14/14 - New OHEL Event for Adult Siblings of Individuals ...
  • 01/08/14 - OHEL Quietly Protects Children of Sexual Abuse Wh...
  • 12/19/13 - OHEL to Host Bi-Weekly Family Caregiver Support G...
  • 12/13/13 - A Different Kind of Simcha at Ateres Chaya...
  • 12/10/13 - OHEL’S Foster Care Chanukah Party Brings Warmth...
  • 12/02/13 - Record Number of Friends and Supporters Attend OH...
  • 11/20/13 - OHEL Conference Provides Tools to Address Challen...
  • 11/06/13 - OHEL’s Project Hope Still Rebuilding Lives One ...
  • 11/04/13 - OHEL Marriage Webinar Draws Hundreds...
  • 10/28/13 - New Camp Kaylie Masmidim Program for Summer 2014...
  • 10/22/13 - Camp Kaylie Welcomes Arielle Sheinbein as Latest ...
  • 10/22/13 - OHEL’s Sibshops Program Cooks up a Storm at Pom...
  • 10/15/13 - OHEL Mental Health Residents Host Succos Party...
  • 09/30/2013 - OHEL and Etta Hold First Ever National Shabbato...
  • 08/30/13 - OHEL’s Retreat to Bushkill Inn Provides Inspira...
  • 08/29/13 - Rabbi Eli Brazil Appointed New Director of Camp K...
  • 08/22/13 - OHEL’s Next Generation. 4 year old campers from...
  • 08/14/13 - OHEL’s Simcha Feuerman’s New Book, “Marriag...
  • 08/08/13 - New “OHEL Access” Centralizes Inquiry to All ...
  • 08/05/13 - OHEL and Gourmet Glatt Present Healthy and Mind...
  • 07/30/13 - Team OHEL Appreciation BBQ...
  • 07/29/13 - OHEL Bais Ezra Launches “Sibling Day” Program...
  • 07/26/13 - OHEL/Avnet Bowl-a-thon a Perfect Strike!...
  • 07/23/13 - Rabbi Soloveitchik Brightens up OHEL During his M...
  • 07/22/13 - Individuals Managing Their Mental Illness Enjoy O...
  • 07/19/13 - OHEL Welcomes Rabbi Jeremy Donath to its Bergen C...
  • 07/17/13 - OHEL's Expanded Kadimah Clubhouse Offers Socializ...
  • 07/15/13 - Softball and Sun up at OHEL’s Camp Kaylie! Kayl...
  • 07/11/2013 - OHEL Opens New Supported Living Apartments with...
  • 07/03/2013 - OHEL Bais Ezra Ave M Residence Hosts Community ...
  • 07/03/2013 - OHEL Bais Ezra’s East Broadway Residence Ligh...
  • 06/20/2013 - SKA and OHEL Team up to Help Provide for Foster...
  • 06/20/2013 - OHEL Institute Autism Conference on Social Skil...
  • 06/20/2013 - OHEL Caregiving Evening- Addresses Needs of the...
  • 06/18/2013 - OHEL Scholar in Residence, Charlie Harary, Wows...
  • 06/17/2013 - OHEL Bais Ezra Woodmere Resident Celebrates Her...
  • 6/12/2013 - OHEL Bais Ezra Residents Welcomed in Community...
  • 6/11/2013 - OHEL Discusses Trauma on Nachum Segal Radio Show...
  • 6/5/13 -Touro and OHEL: Delivering Services in an In Increas...
  • 5/21/13 - Oklahoma Tragedy, OHEL Provides Pointers to Parent...
  • 4/4/13 OHEL Bais Ezra’s Annual Chol Haomoed Adventure...
  • 3/14/13 Socialize and Find Your Bashert...
  • 3/6/13 OHEL’S New Five Towns Office...
  • 2/18/13 OHEL Annual Gala 2013...
  • 2/6/13 OHEL Bais Ezra’s Sibshops Program Empowers Siblings...
  • 11/19/2012 - New Project Hope Crisis Counseling Program...
  • 11/14/2012 - OHEL Provides Comfort to Evacuated Residents...
  • 11/13/2012 - Free Carnival...
  • 11/12/2012 - Hurricane Sandy...
  • 11/11/2012 - Rosh Hashana ...
  • 10/31/2012 - Etta Israel Center of L.A. Merges with OHEL...
  • 10/31/2012 - Robert Katz as the New Chief Development Office...
  • 09/14/2012 - Bais Ezra Hosts Community-Wide BBQ...
  • 08/20/2012 - Camp Kaylie Inaugurates the Kleinman Bais Medra...
  • 08/03/2012 - Ruach K’tonton in West Hempstead...
  • 08/02/2012 - OHEL Congratulates Our Own Misayim HaShas...
  • 07/24/2012 - NBA Greats Thrill Campers...
  • 06/19/2012 - Golf Classic...
  • 05/26/2012 - Getting Older...
  • 05/21/2012 - Day of Remembrance...
  • 03/07/2012 - Challenges of Anger Disorders...
  • 03/06/2012 - Bais Ezra 30th Anniversary...
  • 02/14/2012 - Ohel Draws Capacity Crowd...
  • 01/25/2012 - Mel Zachter Named OHEL Co-president...
  • 01/16/2012 - Gary Schaer To Receive the “Legislator of the...
  • 01/02/2012 - Cherish the Children...
  • 10/05/2011 - OHEL Bais Ezra’s Sibshops Program Empowers Si...
  • 08/30/2011 - Kaylie Day: A Dream Fulfilled...
  • 06/28/2011 - Pomegranate’s Chef Boris Grills Up a Great T...
  • 06/24/2011 - OHEL Golf Classic...
  • 05/25/2011 - OHEL Institute for Training Workshop Addressing...
  • 04/13/2011 - OHEL Institute for Training Addresses Eating Di...
  • 03/17/2011 - Over 400 Celebrates Purim with Matisyahu...
  • 03/11/2011 - OHEL Appoints New Director of Development...
  • 03/11/2011 - New OHEL Video Colorizes the World ...
  • 03/02/2011 - Reggae Star Matisyahu To Perform ...
  • 12/20/2010 - OHEL Regional Family Center of Northern NJ Tra...
  • 12/16/2010 - OHEL Residents and Neighbors Gather for a BBQ ...
  • 12/16/2010 - OHEL Provides Training on Addictions ...
  • 12/07/2010 - OHEL Insitute Provides Training On Short-Term T...
  • 11/24/2010 - OHEL Sixth Annual Benefit Concert ...
  • 11/21/2010 - OHEL Benefit Concert November 21st...
  • 11/11/2010 - Team OHEL Wins For OHEL Bais Ezra Kids...
  • 11/10/2010 - OHEL Working Breakfast Addresses Student-Issues...
  • 11/09/2010 - Gaining Couple Therapy Expertise at OHEL...
  • 07/19/2010 - Large Turnout at First Camp Kaylie Open House...
  • 07/13/2010 - “Building Resiliency in Our Children”...
  • 06/28/2010 - OHEL Golf Classic Benefits Children!...
  • 06/08/2010 - Training for Parents of Children with ADHD...
  • 04/28/2010 - Long Islanders Ride for OHEL Residents of the 5...
  • 04/07/2010 - “Reaching Out to Special Friends” Competit...
  • 03/11/2010 - Shloime Dachs Annual Siyum and BBQ...
  • 03/01/2010 - OHEL Draws Capacity Crowd To Celebrate 40 Years...
  • 02/12/2010 - Malky Giniger Presents a Star-Studded New Show...
  • 02/05/2010 - Meeting the Challenge of Postpartum Depression...
  • 01/21/2010 - OHEL 40th Anniversary Annual Dinner...
  • 01/10/2010 - Professionals Prepare to Address Teen Behaviors...
  • 01/08/2010 - Record Number of OHEL Bais Ezra Day Trips ...
  • 01/03/2010 - OHEL Celebrates Purim with Le Cirque Du Purime...

ARTICLES

  • Overnight Respite...
  • Employment: The Power of a Paycheck...
  • After the Brooklyn fire tragedy in which seven children died...
  • Rav Elya Brudny and Others Address Over 200 at Conference to...
  • Does Alan Turing have Aspergers Syndrome?...
  • Foster Parenting: How will it affect my children?...
  • “Hard to Place,” Not Hard to Love...
  • The Ties That Bind: Keeping Siblings Together in Foster Car...
  • Confronting Abuse in the Frum World ...
  • Understanding the Educational and Behavioral Needs of Childr...
  • When Divorce Can Save a Marriage...
  • Jewish Kids are in Foster Care, Too...
  • A Fulfilling Life ...
  • Richard Bernstein to Become First Blind State Supreme Court ...
  • Ask the Expert: Eligibility Specialist...
  • Meachorei Hapargod: Lessons for Elul, Courtesy of Summer Ca...
  • Early Parental Loss...
  • Are Gedolim Stories Good Chinuch?...
  • Is Recovery From Mental Illness Possible?...
  • Helping Your Child Accept a New Baby...
  • Self-Esteem or Self-Validation?...
  • “Knock, Knock” “Who's There?” OPWDD: Welcoming the F...
  • Developmentally Disabled Employees Shine In The Workplace...
  • “I Take Care” — Mrs. Miriam Lubling, a”h...
  • The Hallmark of Klal Yisrael: A Caring Heart… Foster care ...
  • Redefining strength...
  • Sustaining the Excitement of the First Year of Marriage...
  • No Complaints...
  • No Shidduch Left Behind...
  • Statewide Project Continues Offering Services to Sandy Victi...
  • 75th Anniversary of the Horrors of Kristallnacht...
  • Etta at OHEL Dedicates Fourth Group Home...
  • Staten Island Jewish victims of Hurricane Sandy Still in Nee...
  • A Slice of Home: Through the eyes of a foster child...
  • Ask Sarah: Newly Married & Worried About Divorce...
  • As New Year Approaches, N.Y. Community Devastated by Hurrica...
  • Oniomania: A Look into the Minds of Compulsive Shoppers...
  • Teens and Saturday Nights: A Parenting Approach...
  • The Loss of a Dream...
  • Help! My Adolescent is Out of Control!...
  • Protecting Our Children: Does a Bakery Have a Soul?...
  • Who Am I? Standing at the precipice of death longing for sta...
  • Nobody Quite Knew What to do With Yaakov...
  • Understanding the Coordination between Early Intervention an...
  • Understanding your "peckel", your packet of problems...
  • Life for Frum Women in domestic violence shelters...
  • United We Stand: The Impact of Disabilities on Marriage...
  • Unique Needs of Children in Foster Care...
  • The Success Story that Finally Happened...
  • It’s a painful process to watch. We joke about it all the ...

donate online