JFS Continues to Provide Emotional and Mental Health Support During War in Israel
The catastrophic violence in the wake of the Hamas attacks this past week in Israel is horrifying and has caused immeasurable sorrow and grief for so many. As our Jewish community members enter Shabbat this evening, JFS is holding the people of Israel in its heart.
During this time of fear and uncertainty caused by this war, JFS continues to provide support to all members of the community. If you or someone you love needs help processing grief or anxiety, please contact JFS Counseling director Dr. Mitchell Wittenberg at (651) 698-0767, or JFS Community Chaplain Rabbi Lynn Liberman, BCC, at (651) 434-4112.
If you are interested in donating to support humanitarian needs in Israel, the St. Paul Jewish Federation is conducting a fundraising campaign. Visit www.jewishstpaul.org to learn more and donate.