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  1. Jami is the mental health service for the Jewish community.

    Statistics show that one in four British adults will experience a diagnosable mental health problem each year. Mental health affects everyone. Jami is here to address those needs. It was originally established 25 years ago, and now helps over 1,200 people each year.

    Jami’s focus is on recovery; moving from lack of control and autonomy to becoming an active member of the Jami, Jewish and wider community, taking responsibility and having control over one’s life. Jami’s challenge is to assist people on this journey, from enabling them to become an expert in their own self-care to being supported, where appropriate, back into employment.


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  2. Get support

    Whether you’re living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, Jami can help.

    Jami provides practical and emotional support for the mental health needs of the Jewish community – delivering services that enable independence and build resilience through:

    – Community Hubs and Outreach
    – Education and Training
    – Bespoke recovery support plans

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  3. Give Support

    Jami supports over 1200 people living with or supporting someone with a mental illness each year.

    This year we need to raise over £2 million to keep our current services operating. Please help us to continue to provide practical and emotional support for the mental health needs of the Jewish community by making a donation to Jami.

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  4. Get involved

    There are many ways in which you can get involved in Jami, these include:

    – Head Room Courses
    – Working for Jami
    – Become an Ambassador
    – Joining a committee
    – Volunteering
    – Head Room Café
    – Events
    – Community organisations
    – Schools