Founded in 1966 as a Family Preservation Center, United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg (UJO) provides social and housing, as well as public health and community development services. It also offers medical coverage services that include information, counseling, advocacy and enrollment. The organization maintains a food pantry and provides food vouchers at local food centers for senior citizens. United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg provides social services that include assistance with social security, food stamps and welfare programs, as well as advocates and case manages for individuals, families and senior citizens. It additionally operates an on-site legal services clinic. The organization works with federal, state, and city agencies, hospitals and learning institutions and participates in studies concerning various health issues. United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg is located in Brooklyn N.Y.