San Diego is home to nearly 500 Holocaust Survivors, many who are outliving their resources and experiencing emerging and dynamic needs. They are at risk for poor physical and mental health, depression, and social isolation. They face challenges that can trigger memories of their traumatic experiences. After enduring one of the darkest periods in human history, we want to ensure they live comfortably and with dignity for the remaining years of their lives. Taking care of Holocaust survivors is not just the responsibility of any one organization, but the responsibility of our entire community.