Healers of Faith: Be a Mensch

Healers of Faith: Be a Mensch is about a woman struggling with death by overdose of her younger sister and seeks answers from Judaism and the Jewish faith leaders in the community who have their own stories to share. The video features Jewish Clergy sharing their personal thoughts, stories and insights about Judaism’s connection with mental health.

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Rabbi Alvin Sugarman

Rabbi Alvin Sugarman is the Rabbi Emeritus at The Temple in Atlanta, GA. In this collection of videos created in partnership with the Breman Museum’s Moments in Time project, Rabbi Sugarman shares his thoughts, insight and personal stories about mental health in the Jewish community. Video topics include Shabbat, Mental Health in the Jewish Community, Judaism and Mental Health, Mental Health in the Rabbinate, Healing & Kindness and his Legacy.

#QuietingTheSilence: My Recovery Story Through the Lens of Hanukkah

Michelle Day shares her personal mental health and recovery story at a #QueitingTheSilence event in Atlanta, Ga during Hanukkah. Michelle’s story is also available in the Blue Dove Foundation’s #QuietingTheSilence book available on Amazon.

The Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives (The Partnership Center) at the US Department of Health and Human Services

The Partnership Center leads the department’s efforts to build and support partnerships with faith-based and community organizations in order to better serve individuals, families and communities in need.

Watch their videos on their YouTube Channel.

Learn more about their work.