We Make a Difference
Who We Are
AgeWell Pittsburgh is a collaboration between the Jewish Association on Aging, the Jewish Community Center, and JFCS Jewish Family and Community Services. With the help of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, these three agencies came together 14 years ago to better serve the older adults of the greater Pittsburgh community. We found that through cooperation and teamwork, the three agencies could reach more seniors in more efficient and effective ways and achieve our collective goal/mission of helping them stay independent in the community for as long as possible. By having one number to reach many programs and services for older adults from several different organizations, AgeWell Pittsburgh serves as the gateway to maintaining the lifestyle seniors would like to keep.
Outcomes and Quality Measures: AgeWell Pittsburgh’s Commitment to Quality
AgeWell Pittsburgh is committed to improving the health and well-being of older adults, their family members, friends and caregivers and the communities it serves through quality care, education, innovation, and excellence. We are here to help every individual with increased access to programs while discovering meaningful ways to remain active in their own community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Information and Referral Specialists are here to help.
Mary Anne Foley
AgeWell Pittsburgh Service Providers
Mary Anne Foley – Jewish Association on Aging, Chief Operating Officer
Dana Gold – Jewish Family and Children’s Service, Chief Operating Officer
Jordan Golin – Jewish Family and Children’s Service, President and CEO
Skip Grinberg – Jewish Federation, Human Service Chair
Ina Gumberg – Jewish Community Center, Board Member
Alexis Mancuso – Jewish Community Center, Assistant Executive Director
Wendy Mars – Jewish Family and Children’s Service, Board Member
Enid Miller – Jewish Association on Aging Board Member
Ilene Rinn – Jewish Federation, Senior Manager Planning & Allocations
Brian Schreiber – Jewish Community Center, President and CEO
Heather Sedlacko – United Way of Southwestern PA, Director Programs for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Deborah Winn-Horvitz – Jewish Association on Aging, President and CEO
Nancy Zionts – Jewish Healthcare Foundation, COO
AgeWell Pittsburgh assists older adults and their caregivers in maintaining a healthy and independent life. Whether you have specific questions or just don’t know where to turn, we can provide answers and support.