To inspire Jews to do “Teshuva, Tefilah U Tzedaka” and to facilitate opportunities of Chesed (acts of kindness) and Tfila (prayer), thus bestowing hope, love and unity within Am Yisrael.


by Michael J. Salamon

I was speaking to a hospital colleague the other day. He told me that over the last few days two patients were admitted to his service following suicide attempts.

Four Spiritual Coping Strategies
by Aliza Bulow

I have received a tremendous response from the article I wrote about my 19 year old son’s death
from bi-polar disorder.

When Chocolate Isn’t Enough
by Aliza Bulow

There were times I needed more than chocolate to get through the some of the more difficult moments in raising children. But then I got in touch with my inner chocolate.

There’s an increase in suicide among middle-aged men
by Ken Branson, Rutgers Today

Rutgers sociologist finds that male baby boomers are more 1.6 times more likely to kill themselves than prior generation.

Depression and Suicide: How to Know When You Need Help
by Dr. Andrew Mendonsa, PsyD, Suicide Topic Expert Contributor

While most Americans will experience some level of depression in their lives, some will experience an intense and serious depression which requires the help of friends, family, or a mental health professional.