What We Do
Relief exists to simplify the process of gathering mental and emotional health resource options for members of the Jewish community.
We serve as a bridge between the client and their next steps and providing clarity about what kind of professional would be helpful for their situation. We operate an extensive database and make specific referrals based on each client’s unique circumstances.
Relief is committed to promoting the understanding of mental and emotional health issues in the broader community. Our educational programs include hosting seminars and teleconferences on a range of issues of interest to members of the community.
Relief stays on the cutting edge of mental health research and advancements. We keep in close contact with some of the leading practitioners and researchers in the field, several of whom serve on our professional advisory board.
What We Value
Maintaining the confidentiality of our clients is our highest priority. To that end, Relief takes great measures to ensure that our services are absolutely confidential, even within our close-knit community. No one should ever be held back from getting the help they need for fear of having their personal matters disclosed.
We invest a great deal of time and energy in maintaining Relief’s database of resources, including meeting new professionals, updating existing resources with client’s experiences, and finding treatment facilities appropriate for members of our community.
Relief understands the cultural nuances and unique concerns of the many segments of the Jewish community. We work hard to make sure that our interactions with clients and the referrals we provide are geared for the specific background and identity of each client. We also provide education to professionals and facilities to enhance their understanding of our community.
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Don't Wait to Get Help
Emotional health challenges rarely appear out of nowhere. Most often family, friends, teachers or the individuals themselves notice signs that indicate an imbalance in their thinking, feelings and or behavior.
Being informed about early warning signs allows the opportunity for intervention at the right time, before things swing too far out of balance. Getting help on time greatly enhances the outcome of treatment.