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At Sol Levinson & Bros. we believe that our service to the community does not end with the funeral. Our goal is to be a complete resource that inspires, educates and brings comfort to those who are trying to overcome the challenges of loss and bereavement. We are aware of our important responsibility to those who are seeking information in order to help themselves or others through the bereavement process.

 

Pikesville Fall Festival Volunteer Booth

Pikesville High School

Sunday, October 7

11am-5pm

 

Stop by our booth at the Pikesville Fall Festival to participate in a brief social action project we sponsor,  with the support of Jewish Volunteer Connection.

 

This booth is made possible by the Levinson's Volunteer Initiative.



Understanding Addiction and Recovery

Part 1: The Disease of Addiction

Weinberg Park Heights JCC

Tuesday, October 9

7:00 - 9:00pm

 

What causes addiction? Why is the battle so much tougher for some than for others?

 

  • Keynote: Understanding the Disease of Addiction
    Richard Haber, MD, Medical Director
    Jewish Community Services Outpatient Mental Health Center
  • Breakout Sessions:
    • Increasing Resiliency in Our Children
      Larry Ziffer, MSW, Charles Crane Family Foundation and Susan Kurlander, MEd, Jewish Community Services
    • The Unique Challenges of the Orthodox Family
      Aviva Weisbord, PhD, Shemesh and Howard Reznick, LCSW-C, Jewish Community Services
    • How Can We Help the Addict We Love?
      James Ryan, MA
      Ashley Addiction Treatment

 

Narcan overdose response training to follow presentation.

 

Free and open to the community. Attend one or both programs (part 2 on October 23). Registration preferred at jcsbalt.org/AddictionPrograms or to 410-466-9200. 

 

Co-sponsors:  Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., Baltimore Board of Rabbis, Edward A. Myerberg Center, Jmore.



Understanding Addiction and Recovery

Part 2: Addiction Treatment Options

Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

Tuesday, October 23

7:00 - 9:00pm

 

Keynote: “The Range of Treatment Options and Who Does Best Where”
Marc Fishman, M.D.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

Panel: Individuals discuss their paths to recovery.

 

Narcan overdose response training to follow presentation.

 

Free and open to the community. Attend one or both programs (part 2 on October 23). Registration preferred at jcsbalt.org/AddictionPrograms or to 410-466-9200. 

 

Co-sponsors:  Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., Baltimore Board of Rabbis, Edward A. Myerberg Center, Jmore.



Life Happens:

Jewish Perspectives on Aging and Planning for the Future

The Gordon Center for the Performing Arts

Tuesday, Oct. 30
6:30-8:30 p.m.

 

SPEAKERS:

  • Rabbi Dana Saroken, Beth El Congregation
  • Deborah Hamburger, Esq., Volunteer Coordinator, Jewish Community Services

 

THE DISCUSSION WILL COVER:
Jewish perspectives on aging and end of life.
Planning for financial, medical and end-of-life matters with loved ones.

Learn how to create a comprehensive binder for your family members that will provide them with all the useful information they will need in the event of your death or other emergency.

 

Attendance is free and open to the community. To register for this session, visit lifebridgehealth.org/lifehappens or call 410-601-WELL.

 

This event is co-sponsored by Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., Jewish Community Services, the Jewish Community Center of Baltimore, Lifebridge Health, Edward A. Myerberg Center, and North Oaks.

 



Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s: Early Detection Matters

Ask the Expert Luncheon

Linwoods

Tuesday, October 16, 12pm

 

Join us for this informative presentation by the Alzheimer’s Association. We will also briefly review the benefits of Levinson's Advance Planning Guide. A vegetarian/fish meal will be served.

 

This program is designed to:

  • Provide compelling information about Alzheimer’s disease
  • Provide testimonies from families living with the disease
  • Encourage early detection, early diagnosis and early intervention
  • Provide information on knowing the difference between age-related memory loss and dementia
  • Provide answers on what to do when you or someone you know exhibit signs of Alzheimer’s disease

 

Lunch is free but registration is required by October 9 to AskTheExpert@sollevinson.com or 410-653-8900



 
 

Marjorie Levinson Bereavement Library


The Marjorie Levinson Bereavement Library is an aftercare resource center for education and grief support. This lending library is open to the public and contains books, brochures, literature and videotapes which encompass a wide range of topics from specific grief situations to Jewish burial customs. It is our hope that the library will be a source of comfort and support during your time of need.




The Marjorie Levinson Bereavement Library

Bereavement Support Groups

Sol Levinson & Bros. sponsors an 8-week bereavement support group. Working in conjunction with Jewish Community Services, this service is offered throughout the year, at no expense. Please contact Jewish Community Services at 410-466-9200 for more information.


Irvin B. Levinson Memorial Lecture Series

Since 1998, in memory of Irvin B. Levinson, we've hosted an annual lecture series in his honor. Sol Levinson & Bros., in collaboration with Jewish Community Services, sponsors both national and local experts in the field of death, dying and bereavement. This event is open to the public and provides ongoing support and resources to the community.


Howard County Lecture Series

As a service to our families in the Howard County and Greater Baltimore-Washington area, we are proud to sponsor an annual Howard County Lecture Series. If you are interested in receiving more information, please contact our offices.

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