COVID-19 Crisis Appeal

Anxiety and isolation caused by this pandemic have had a significant impact on people living with mental illness, as well as those who may not have experienced mental health problems previously, and we have already seen a rapid increase in demand for our support. Your donation to our COVID-19 Crisis Appeal will help us provide critical mental health services to our community.

Mental Health Awareness Week

Join Jami in a series of FREE online events to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week

Service Update

At this crisis time, we will continue to provide practical and emotional support for everyone affected by a mental health problem, further expanding our services to support people who may be isolated by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

In line with government advice we are providing:

  • Food deliveries and door-step chats ensuring essential provisions and human contact are maintained
  • An expanded telephone befriending service to check in regularly with people self-isolating
  • Redeployed office and other staff to support service users
  • The community with regular information on caring for their own and loved ones’ mental health throughout the crisis

For 30 years Jami has provided practical and emotional support for the mental health of the Jewish community.

Jami’s vision is a Jewish community which accepts, acknowledges and understands mental illness. A community which is resilient and has the capacity and capability to be healthy. A community in which symptoms of mental illness are as recognisable as a heart attack and trigger an equally appropriate First Aid response. A community in which Parity of Esteem is a reality and an environment which helps, not hinders recovery.

We work with individuals, communities and organisations to help prevent mental illness from developing, improve early intervention and promote wellbeing.

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We review our Privacy Policy on a regular basis to make sure it's still up-to-date with our data practices and ensure it meets the latest requirements provided by law. The effective date of our latest updated Privacy Policy is 30 June 2020 and you can review it on our website jamiuk.org/privacy/

These latest changes have been made to make it easier to understand the information we collect and use. They also clarify that if we ever need to send data to a third party for processing, they are bound to take care of your data in the same way we do. Please rest assured that Jami will never sell your details to any third party

You don’t need to do anything to accept these changes, they will automatically become active from end June 2020, but you can update your contact preferences at any time by calling us on 020 8458 2223, emailing us on info@jamiuk.org or writing to us at The Data Controller, Jami, Martin B Cohen Centre, Gould Way, Deansbrook Road, Edgware HA8 9GL.