Florida Chabad Tackles Mental Health Conditions

Florida Chabad Tackles Mental Health Conditions

“I was shaken,” Ella remembers. “She told me how her mother walked in as she was swallowing pills, intent on ending her life. And I felt terrible that I had not noticed that this teen was struggling.” The warning signs were all there, Ella says, “But I didn’t recognize them.”

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Communist-Era Torah Uplifts Small Colonie, NY, Community

After years of waiting, an over 100-year-old Torah that was smuggled from communist Belarus finally found a home in a suburb of Albany, New York, at Chabad of Colonie. The Torah was donated by Tony (Naftoli) and Klara German, Colonie residents. “It was through true sacrifice that Tony managed to smuggle the Torah out of the Soviet Union,” says Rabbi Mordechai Rubin, who directs Chabad of Colonie with his wife, Chana.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Thursday, August 1

14th Annual Jewish Cultural Festival Draws Thousands to Guilford, CT

Rabbi Yossi and Rochel Baila Yaffe of the Shoreline have created an experience offering people the opportunity “to taste a little, listen a little and enjoy a little Jewish culture.”

Aidel Cohen | News | Wednesday, July 31

Poway: Healing in the Aftermath

The Yizkor service on the last day of Passover was to be Lori’s first opportunity to memorialize her mother who had died some months back. Instead, the Yizkor prayer was said for Lori. Just three months after Poway: a glimpse into the city, the Jewish community and the effect of a synagogue shooting on communities worldwide.

Rena Udkoff | News | Tuesday, July 30

After Two Torahs Stolen, Hawaii Community Writes Four More

She’ll never forget the night the Torah scrolls were stolen from the Chabad Center of Honolulu, Hawaii. “It was traumatic,” remembers Perel Krasnjansky, director of the center with her husband Rabbi Itchel. “It rocked the entire Island. Things like this just don’t happen in Hawaii.”

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Monday, July 29

Shall We Have Another?

Large families which emphasize the joy, and the immense opportunity of bringing children into the world, may even present a kind of “counter culture” wherein commonly held truisms about the burdens of parenting might be re-evaluated or even overturned.

Sarah Rindner | News | Thursday, July 25

10 Things to Know Before Sending Your Kid to Chabad Camp

Summer is here, school is out and if you’re one of the thousands of parents who have enrolled their kids at your local Chabad camp, we think there are some things you should know.

Ashira Weiss | News | Friday, July 19

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