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In our complex world, we have so much to deal with: financial problems, mental health issues, relationship difficulties, medical complications, parenting challenges, aging parents, the loss of loved ones, and more. Sometimes, it's a wonder that we're left standing at the end of the day.


Luckily, you have your temple family here to support you. If you need anything that the temple can offer, please let us know. Being part of a community like ours comes with perks, and a special one is that we really do care for one another. If you need more specific help than what your temple family can give you, though, there are a plethora of resources out there, if only you know where to look. To that end, this is a list of support sources that you might like to check out:


Jewish Family & Children Service offers many forms of support, as do other groups. These are just some that might help you:


Center for Early Relationship Support®


CHAI Disability Services:


Services for Older Adults


Highlighted groups:


For more information, call 781-647-JFCS (5327) 


Keshet: This online community offers many resources for LGBTQ issues, including coming out, parenting, and aging.

HAWC: (Healing Abuse, Working for Change): This organization deals with domestic abuse and offers many services including emergency shelter, legal services, and hospital help.


Jewish books on mental health and substance abuse: This list includes topics of addiction and various mental health issues.


Jewish teen resources: This group has resources for dealing with loss of a parent, LGBTQ support, depression, suicide, eating disorders, and domestic violence.


Jewish Addiction Awareness Network: This organization offers resources for addiction and recovery.


This is not a complete list of what is available in our area, but it's a start. If you need help or support, please reach out to our clergy, our president, or our board members. You mean the world to us!

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