TIKKUN OLAM MEETS START UP NATION

By Alan Rosenbaum “We are bringing down the stigma of mental health by introducing cultural sensitivity,” said Chaim Fachler, Director of International Resource Development at Mayanei HaYeshua Medical Center in Bnei Brak. Fachler participated in a panel discussion on the subject of “Tikkun Olam meets the Startup Nation” at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New […]

Using Big Data to help personalize mental health treatment

Mayanei Hayeshua’s Professor Rael Strous participated in the “Future of Healthcare” panelat the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York, September 2022 The medical director of Mayanei Hayeshua’s Mental Health Center, Professor Rael Strous, was a member of the “Future of Healthcare” onstage live panel at the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference in New York on […]

Agudat Hayedidim Event

Members of Agudat Hayedidim gathered at Mayanei Hayeshua on May 15th in order to reignite their commitment and devotion to the unique community hospital. The gathering included senior members, as well as new members, traveling from all over the country, interested in hearing and learning more about the hospital, particularly regarding its prestigious research institute.The […]

Mayanei Hayeshua co-hosts 1st Annual Jerusalem Mental Health Expo

Close to 2,000 participants from all over Israel attended a first-ever Expo dedicated entirely to raising awareness of mental health issues in Israel and beyond. Co-hosted by Mayanei Hayeshua, and tailored to the needs of English-speaking immigrants, the Expo included briefings and panels seeking to give people the same clarity regarding mental health access that […]

Tour of Ra’annana women

A very special event took place in Mayanei Hayeshua this week. A group of women from Ra’annana cleared their busy schedules in one regular morning and drove all the way to Mayanei Hayeshua hospital to tour the Mental Health building, visit the various departments, and learn more about this unique facility.The women visited the Family […]

Mayanei Hayeshua Battles Eating Disorders in Bnei Brak & Beyond

By Esther Perkal Eating disorders were long regarded as a non-issue in Israeli charedi society. A study conducted in 2009 by Ben Gurion University contrasting psychological perceptions within the secular and religious sectors even revealed that the more religious a group, the lower the number of eating disorder (ED) cases. Yet in the past decade, […]