Ferber Kaufman Lifetown

The Ferber Kaufman Lifetown Facility on the Meer family Friendship center is a 20,000 square-foot state-of-the-art facility and serves as an activity center, social meeting place, and hub for our network of families, individuals with special needs, volunteers, professional staff, and supporters.

Bauer Activity Wing

Complete with rooms that help help with fine motor skills, gross motor skills, creative and imaginative play, the Bauer Activity Wing is the perfect place for teen volunteers and their buddies to create lasting friendships.

Weinberg Village

Centered in the heart of LifeTown is Weinberg Village, a 5,000 square-foot, true-to-life cityscape where our groundbreaking program, Lessons for Life, serves students with disabilities from 200 schools in 54 school districts.

Friendship House

The Daniel B. Sobel Friendship House provides support and guidance to individuals and families struggling with isolation and other life crises, such as addiction, through a welcoming Jewish recovery community that offers friendship, support, and a variety of programs that facilitate lasting success.

Elkus Memorial Gym

The Florene Elkus & Edward Elkus Memorial Gym is a state-of-the-art venue where a number of Friendship Circle programs take place. Activities include: Inclusion Basketball, Dad’s Basketball and more programs. gymnasium hosts the sports and martial arts programs as well as the inclusion sports leagues each week.

Volunteer Lounge

Equipped with computers, an ice cream machine, games and more, the volunteer lounge is a space for adult and teen volunteers to socialize and hang out before and after programs.

Parent Lounge

The parent lounge is a peaceful place for parents to relax or network with fellow parents while their children participate in programs.