The 13 Bridges Podcast: Tune into Episode 49 of The Bridging Connections Podcast showcasing the innovative work of Blue Dove Foundation providing education, awareness, and outreach surrounding mental health and substance abuse.
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Spatt discusses the intersectionality of Judaism and mental health, how Shabbat can be used as a means to take care of ourselves, and reads an excerpt from The Blue Dove Foundation’s newest book release, “Quieting the Silence,” available on Amazon as a paperback and e-reader edition.
An interview during COVID-19 stay-in-place orders talking about Mental Health Awareness Month. In the episode, Gabby and Beth and talk about the importance of sharing a Shabbat meal and the opportunity it provides to check-in with loved ones.
This podcast tells the stories of non-profit leaders, consultants, and philanthropists and sharing their organization’s mission with the world to help them grow.
- Huffington Post – How Discrimination Affects Your Mental And Physical Health
- Prayer for Healing Inspires Blue Dove Publication
- Slingshot 2022 “10 to Watch” List
- In this Florida synagogue, 5 people committed suicide during the final months of the pandemic. Here’s how the rabbi is coping.
- Opening Up About Suicide: Jewish groups start addressing mental wellness for those who are suffering, and the people who love them
- One-hour workshop
- Recommended for groups where individuals know each other already, up to 30 individuals
- Interactive workshop
- Workshops can be facilitated virtually or in person*
- *If facilitated virtually, participants will need the ability to access Zoom and use Google Docs during the workshop. It is recommended that participants be able to be in a place where they can both speak on camera and type in the Google doc to fully participate.
- $300 for virtual workshop, additional cost for in-person facilitation
- Insight into the connection between Judaism and mental health.
- An understanding of the Blue Dove Foundation’s eight middot (Jewish values), the Mi Sheberach prayer and its relationship to mental health and addiction.
- Unique Mi Sheberach for mental health and addiction written by participants
The key middah (Jewish value) of this workshop is Refuah Shleimah – Healing and wholeness. Healing is more than physical, it is holistic. It has physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual components that are interconnected.
- Moving Traditions’ new strategic plan aims to build teens’ confidence while addressing contentious topics
- An Appeal to Funders – Thriving Small Nonprofits With A Unified Voice and Message
- ‘Deaths of Despair’ Are Growing During COVID-19
- Mental Wellness Through a Jewish Lens
- Blue Dove’s Jewish High Holiday Initiative
- Atlanta’s Latest Tool to Address Addiction and Mental Health
- 200+ Break Silence on Addiction, Mental Illness
- Righteous Crowd Interview
- How to Bring Mental Health into Seder?
- Is the Jewish Stigma Around Addiction Holding Us Back?
Press Releases and News Announcements
- Blue Dove Foundation Selected for the UpStart Venture Accelerator Cohort
- Slingshot Announces Its Third Annual “10 to Watch” List, the Blue Dove Foundation Included
- Spirituality as a Tool for Wellness
- The Blue Dove Foundation Shares 2020 Activity Report
- The Blue Dove Foundation NAMED “2020 TOP-RATED NONPROFIT” by GreatNonprofits
- The Blue Dove Foundation Joins the New Initiative by the CDC Foundation to Improve Emotional Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- The Blue Dove Foundation Launches Jewish High Holiday Mental Health Resources
- Blue Dove Foundation Executive Director Joins NAMI FaithNet Advisory Council
- Jewish Life TV premiers the Blue Dove Foundation episode on The J Report
- The Blue Dove Foundation is excited to work alongside the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Center for Faith & Opportunity Initiatives
- The Blue Dove Foundation is Selected for the UpStart National Entrepreneur Sprint
- Quieting the Silence About Mental Illness and Addiction – book aims to eliminate the stigma and get people talking
- The Blue Dove Foundation Announces Executive Director
- Address to the Atlanta Rabbinical Association