Mental Health

An Introduction

from OU Executive Vice President Rabbi Moshe Hauer

Over the past couple of years, we have navigated a pandemic that has taken a toll. Today, there is a war going on in Ukraine, Anti-Semitism is rearing its head and many of our brothers and sisters have been killed in Eretz Yisrael. To say the least, we live in stressful times. As we strive to find and restore normalcy in our lives, it is crucial that we place proper focus on our mental health and the mental health of family and friends. We hope you find the resources provided here insightful, practical and meaningful.

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