• Life during a global pandemic isn’t easy, even for the strongest of us. For those who struggle with mental health on a regular basis, these new circumstances…

  • In Delray Beach, a few miles north of Boca, Mr. Jack Miller of Gelt Financial is also concerned about the mental health situation in the Jewish community….

  • Leigh Ioffe, director at the Gelt Charitable Foundation and suicide prevention educator, joins Sarah on the podcast this week. They speak about Leigh’s journey, from writing a novel in high school to present-day, where she trains groups and individuals in suicide prevention.

  • “It is crucial that our community comes together to get trained and learn to recognize the signs of suicide,” said Rabbi Zev Johnson, director of The Chabad Student Center at The University of Texas,

  • Chabad of Sarasota-Manatee Talks Important Tips from their Suicide Prevention Workshop | Suncoast View

  • When R. was a junior at Bais Rivkah high school, one of her classmates, a girl she didn’t know well, confided in R. that she was thinking of killing herself…

  • Valley Chabad’s Teen Leadership Initiative in Woodcliff Lake and the Gelt Charitable Foundation join to host the “Suicide Alert” workshop for teens.

  • New Workshops Designed to Help Teens and Adults Prevent Suicide: “You don’t need to be a professional to save a life,” says Steinmetz, who put together a teen board of four members who will be handling the recruiting, public relations, logistics and setup for the SafeTALK workshops.

  • Over the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a host of mental health issues for people around the world. College students, especially freshmen…

  • “I believe that we can all be empowered to help someone; and with the right tools, we can do so with confidence. Don’t get me wrong: Talking about suicide is hard. Addressing suicide with someone in your life is hard. I say: better to have a hard…”

  • Our latest article is by Leigh Hershkovich-Ioffe as she explores the difference between listening and “listening.” What does this mean? Read the article and find out!

  • “There’s a renewed focus in Boston to make sure that when emergency personnel head home, the traumatic images they witness on the job don’t have dangerous or potentially deadly impacts on their mental well-being.”

  • Podcast episode featuring Yael Trusch of Jewish Latin Princess, and Leigh Ioffe, on the topic of suicide prevention and mental health.

  • “There is a clear need for this kind of training,” says Rochel Flikshtein, director of CTeen Delaware. “Teenagers experience tremendous pressure due to many factors, including social media. We want to empower young people to recognize suicidal behavior in their peers and take action.”

  • How two young women began an awareness revolution, and what you need to know to help someone in trouble.

  • A Florida nonprofit is helping to train local law enforcement agencies on how to combat an urgent national crisis among its own ranks…

  • Suicide Prevention Workshop with Gelt Charitable Foundation | Suncoast View

  • The Chabad Center of Passaic County will host a safeTALK workshop. This is the first event of its kind to be held at The Chabad Center of Passaic County and will be open to students, parents, mental health professionals and the community at large.