Jami is the Jewish community's mental health service and for over 30 years has been committed to providing practical and emotional support for the mental health of the Jewish community.
At any one time 25% of us may be experiencing a diagnosable mental health problem.
Jami supports everyone affected by mental ill health - whether they are the person with the diagnosis, a friend, relative or an employer. By delivering services that enable independence and build resilience, in addition to managing the symptoms of ill health through community hubs and outreach; education and training; and bespoke recovery support plans, Jami believes it is possible for someone to regain a meaningful life despite severe mental ill health.
Jami delivers approximately 27,000 separate provisions of service annually to around 1,300 people at any one time and reaches thousands more through education work across the community. Jami works with individuals, communities and organisations to help prevent mental illness from developing, improve early intervention and promote wellbeing.
To find out more go to www.jamiuk.org