Who We Are
The William Breman Jewish Home
has been serving the elderly and disabled in our community compassionately and with respect since 1951. Our multi-faceted organization provides distinctive levels of quality care and activities. Designed to help older adults live fulfilling, independent lives, we focus on individuals as their care requirements change. Specifically, we provide:
- Long Term Care
- Rehabilitation Services
- Assisted Living
- Independent Living
- Private Home Care
- Hospice Care
Over 60 years ago, a dedicated group of individuals was guided by the biblical commandment to “Honour thy father and thy mother.”
Those committed and visionary men and women nurtured a dream and left a legacy in establishing The Home.
The mission of Jewish Home Life Communities is to provide high quality healthcare and wellness services to older adults throughout all stages of aging, as well as education and support to their families and the community, in an engaging, caring and dignified manner consistent with our Jewish heritage and values.
From the board to the professional staff, our leaders are committed to excellence and setting the highest standard of care for our residents. To learn about our leadership, click here.
Originally located on 14th Street, The Home moved to a larger facility on Howell Mill Road in 1971. In 1999, we opened a new, state-of-the-art facility at our current Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus. To learn more, click here.
News and Events
To catch up on all the news and events associated with our various entities, click here
To take a virtual tour of our facilities and activities through our photo gallery, click here.
To learn more about career opportunities at The William Breman Jewish Home, click here.
The Auxiliary is committed to enhancing the lives of the residents of The Home through the integral role it plays in volunteerism and fundraising. To learn more about our Auxiliary click here.
Supporting The Home
The Home is dependent on charitable contributions to provide the residents with the best possible care, regardless of ability to pay. A beneficiary of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
, The Home also has many individual supporters. To learn more about ways to help The Home, click here