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Reform Judaism is committed to being an inclusive and supportive community and to promoting mental well-being for all.

Here you will find news and resources demonstrating a commitment to reducing isolation across the community, improving signposting to services, creating a new culture of knowledge, resilience and acceptance of mental health challenges in the Reform Jewish and wider community.

Through our work we hope to promote our aims:

Education: Encouraging a culture of knowledge and acceptance of mental health challenges
Inclusivity: Supporting our communities to be as accessible and welcoming as possible
Signposting: Providing information on accessing both professional support and alternative pathways to mental health improvement
Judaism: Contextualising our work within Reform Jewish teaching, values and the needs of our communities

Useful links

Reform Judaism hosts mental health forum

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Reform Judaism's Mental Health and Wellbeing Team recently held a forum event to discuss the rise in mental health difficulties, particularly amongst young…

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Childline: understand me

Understand Me is a campaign to support young people experiencing prejudice or abuse based on their race, religion or culture. Find out more from the Childline website.

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Children’s Mental Health Week

Children’s Mental Health Week 2018 runs from 5-11 February. This Children’s Mental Health Week, we’re encouraging children, young people and adults to celebrate their uniqueness. It’s all about #BeingOurselves! Click…

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