Downloadable 8.5 x 11in poster to be printed and hung up in your community center. Contains statistics, Mental Health and Judaism Quotes, advice for mental wellness. Perfect for community centers and Hillel houses
Natal - NATAL - Israel Trauma and Resiliency Center (established: 1998, Tel Aviv) is a non-profit organization founded by Yossi Hadar and Judith Yovel Recanati. NATAL specializes in the field of war-and-terror-related trauma, PTSD and resiliency-building among civil society. NATAL was the first center in Israel to standardize and create protocols for coping with trauma and resilience-building in a social general society context.
This resource from ADL’s education experts and the BBYO Center for Adolescent Wellness is intended to enable adults—educators and parents/caregivers—to initiate conversations with young people about antisemitism and other forms of hate, and to safeguard youth mental health while tackling these difficult topics.
Every Life Counts is broken into four categories, with each including a collection of articles and resources for different members of society available for individual download, much like our regular resources, as well as a larger downloadable version with every resource in its given section.
Our goal is to provide suicide loss survivors with a safe, supportive and judgement free environment where they can express themselves, find comfort, hope and resources with others confronting the pain and loss of a suicide.
Death is a natural occurrence, and it is a normal reaction to feel overwhelmed and confused when a loved one dies. This Guide for the Grieving is a resource for:
reviewing descriptions of traditional Jewish ritual and mourning practices, navigating practical decisions and understanding the range of physical, mental, behavioral, and emotional responses one may experience following the death of a loved one.
To provide an outlet of support and camaraderie for Jewish women who may be facing similar struggles in an otherwise stigmatized world as they face their own mental health challenges or that of a loved one.