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This Rosh Hashana, please help us to support those in the community whose mental illness and distress makes everyday life a struggle by giving as generously as you can.

As we welcome in the Jewish new year, we want to tell you about 14-year-old Alex and how Jami was there when things hit a crisis for him and his family.

When everything became too much for Alex and he stopped going to school, his mum, Deborah, told us:

“It was really stressful because you’re seeing your child crying their eyes out, finding everything so overwhelming, and there’s nothing you can do.”

Through Jami’s one-to-one support, we turned things around for Alex. Now he’s attending school daily and doing things that he would never have done before, such as joining a youth group and camping as part of the Duke of Edinburgh award.

But Alex is just one of over 1,650 people who we support every year. Sadly, research reveals that 26% of the Jewish community are living with mental illness, distress or trauma, with these difficulties affecting 55.5% of under 25s.

Jami has expanded our services to meet the demand, but we want to be there for all those who most need us. With your support, we can be.