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Challenges with Accessing Jewish Mental Health Services

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In recent years, discussing mental health has become more socially acceptable. While there is still stigma and shame about discussing mental health, the world has come a long way over the past two decades.

However, much of the discussion is generalized without delving into the nuances of different cultures and beliefs in relation to mental health and substance abuse.

The Jewish community played a pivotal role in developing modern psychology and treatment practices. Yet, ironically, this community is underrepresented in discussing and offering mental health services.

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