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OUR CENTER 


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Our center is located at 5804 Beacon Street in the heart of Pittsburgh's Jewish community in Squirrel Hill.

 


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Berman Foyer   


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Roffman Reception Area at the front foyer.



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Berger Gallery, located on the first floor, offers visitors contemporary Jewish art. The visitor will find fine high caliber art throughout the Center.



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The Lembersky Multi-Purpose Room hosts daily meetings including, visitations, support group meetings, Rabbinical counseling sessions, and social services counseling meetings.


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The reflection area is located in the Lembersky multi-purpose room. It is a quiet, comfortable space reserved for Rabbinical counseling and personal reflection.


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Perlow Conference Room
 . With full presentation facilities and multi-line conference phone, our intimate conference room, which accommodates up to 16, is ideal for any type of meeting. It hosts our training of volunteers, board meetings and community educational programs.  


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The Robinson Lounge is located on the first floor and has a comfortable sofa, public computer and displays of artwork. Visitors to Aleph Institute can use the public computer to search for employment online or create a resume.


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Greenfield Kitchen, located in the Roffman Conference room on the main floor.


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Executive Director's Office, located on the second floor of the office.







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Chosky Kitchen, located on the second floor.


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Office Bet, Development Director's Office













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Office Gimmel

 


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The Baum Library is located on the third floor and features numerous religious texts. Some of these texts are loaned to inmates in local prisons through our Aleph Library program. Others are available free-of-charge through our Books and Religious Materials Program. 


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Baum Library
     


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                                                      Baum Library

     


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Morris Foundation Multi-Purpose Room