Transforming the Way The Jewish Community Understands

MENTAL HEALTH & SUBSTANCE ABUSE

WHAT WE DO

In the Jewish community, discussions about mental illness and substance abuse tend to be rare, if they happen at all. As a result, many individuals and their families suffer in private and lack the information necessary to address their issues. The Blue Dove Foundation is working toward advancing these conversations, eradicating shame and educating the community.

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We Provide Resources for Education, Awareness & Outreach

What the Blue Dove Offers

Mental Health Jewish Holiday Resources

Blue Dove looks at Jewish Holidays as a chance to raise awareness about mental health through a lens of Jewish faith, spirituality, religion, and culture. Our resources and tools help people connect with topics of great importance in today’s world.
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Share Personal Stories

We create spaces for individuals to share. Through sharing personal stories of struggle and loss, we aim to show others in similar situations they are not alone. Our goal is to eliminate the shame and stigma many feel around mental illness and addiction.
Community Convos

Create and Facilitate Workshops for Jewish Organizations

As the Jewish community looks for ways to understand mental health, Blue Dove has created innovative workshops that look at various mental health topics through Jewish teachings, rituals, and values for individuals of all ages.
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Publications, Kippahs, Toolkits & More

Publications from Blue Dove and branded items Blue Dove items (kippahs, MantraBands and more) to create awareness in the community.
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WHOEVER SAVES A LIFE, SAVES THE WORLD

(Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5)

U.S. MENTAL HEALTH STATISTICS

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of Adults in the U.S. are Diagnosed with a Mental Illness Each Year (Source: NAMI)
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of Adults in the U.S. Reported Symptoms of Anxiety and/or Depression During the Pandemic. (Source: CDC)
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of Young Adults (18-25) were Diagnosed with a Mental Illness in 2020. (Source: NAMI)
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Increase in Mental Health-Related Emergency Department Visits for U.S. Adolescents (12-17) in 2020 (Source: CDC)

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