Join Gateways for the next program of our ongoing “Our Daughters, Our Future” series on teen mental health and wellness, on the topic of addiction. Our presenter is Stephen Hill, a renowned national speaker on substance abuse prevention and mental health awareness with a truly inspiring comeback story everyone must hear.
It can be hard to know where to draw boundaries, so here are some suggestions of how to care for friends while also caring for yourself.
CJP is working to improve access to mental health services, raise awareness and destigmatize mental health issues for our Jewish community.
Days of Gratitude gives you the opportunity to notice—and give gratitude for—the unnoticed blessings in our lives.
Shabbat is a time when we reflect upon our week. The prompts in this journal mirror this idea, with ones for the beginning, middle and end of the week.
Although snow days can be isolating, they provide us with essential and restorative alone time to check in with ourselves and spend time doing what we love.
Hebrew College’s COVID Youth Commission played a critical role in my life during a very challenging time.
Mental health is barreling to the forefront of our national consciousness, conversation, and attention.
The awful emergency room waits. The insurance entanglements. How can the Jewish community show support?
We all wear masks every day, and the holiday of Purim encourages us to look past them and reveal our true selves to the world.