Transforming the way the Jewish community understands and responds to
MENTAL ILLNESS & ADDICTIONS.
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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What the Blue Dove Offers
Mental Health & Judaism Resources
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Create and Facilitate Workshops for Jewish Organizations
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Recent Articles and Resources
It is true that people aren’t always ready to accept help, even when they desperately need it, but that doesn’t mean we need to wait until they hit rock bottom before accepting or seeking help. We can and should intervene before our friends get to that point. But we need
This short booklet will lead you to understand the significance and power of teshuvah, and it will provide you a step-by-step method to help to achieve it and to change your life in ways you never thought possible.
Rabbinic Responsa from Rabbis Daniel Greyber & Micah Peltz about what guidance traditional Jewish sources can offer about when one should and should not pray for someone who is ill? What about mental, terminal, or chronic illnesses? When should we stop praying for someone’s healing because it cannot be reasonably