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Community Resources 

PLEASE NOTE -The information contained on this page is not intended to recommend the self-management of health problems or wellness. It is not intended to endorse or recommend any particular type of medical treatment. Should any reader have any health care related questions promptly call or consult your physician or healthcare provider. No information contained on this page should be used by any reader to disregard medical and/or health related advice or provide a basis to delay consultation with a physician or a qualified healthcare provider. Menucha does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, doctors, therapists, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned in the linked websites. 

Bikur Cholim

Bikur Cholim’s emotional health service provides people living in Stamford Hill with support workers and practical support, advocacy and liaison services. We also run a Psychological Therapies service which provides talking therapies. (There is no charge for these services)

Support Service: Mrs H Scher 8800 7575
Talking Therapies: Mrs R Gluck 8800 7575
For men's referrals: Mr D Weiss 07388 993 103

Butterfly Hugs for Mums

A non-profit organisation consisting of a group of clinical psychologists providing psychological therapy for birth trauma - post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after birth. A self-referral can be made using

Camp Simcha

Camp Simcha offers support to parents and siblings where there is a child within the family whose serious mental health issues impact on the family’s lives. Camp Simcha supports the family carers in a holistic way by offering pastoral support.

Phone: 020 8202 9297


Chana, is a UK fertility support organisation for the Jewish community, supporting couples with the emotional, practical, halachic and financial challenges of infertility, trauma, Reproductive and genetics, baby loss, miscarriage, fertility preservation due to oncology and any reproductive health issues.

Helpline: 020 8201 5774
Office: 020 8203 8455


Private doctors available to help you whenever you need medical attention. 

Phone: 0800 689 0613


JBCS (Jewish Bereavement and Counselling service)

We provide a confidential, professional, skilled and comprehensive counselling service and
support groups for Bereavement.

Phone: 020 8951 3881


JDoc365 private doctors are here to help you whenever you need medical attention. 

Phone: 0203 656 5657

Jewish Marriage Council

The Jewish Marriage Council is dedicated to providing professional and sensitive counselling designed to enable individuals, couples and families to build better relationships, whether these be between partners, parents and children, siblings, in-laws or members of blended

Phone: 020 8203 6311

Jewish Women’s Aid

Jewish Women’s Aid is a specialist charity  supporting Jewish women and their children, affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Head office: 020 8445 8060
Helpline: 0808 801 0500

Mother 2 Mother

At Mother to Mother we are passionate about promoting and protecting the physical and mental health of postnatal women.

To achieve this, we offer a range of services which provide both emotional and practical support for the whole family. 

Phone: 0203 745 0955


Parenthood In Mind

Specialist perinatal psychological services for parents and parents-to-be. You can get in contact with their psychologists to make an initial appointment directly or have your GP or health professional refer you also. 

Phone: 0208 5310044


Perinatal Mental Health Services

A referral is needed from a health professional, such as GP, midwife, health visitor or Menucha for this service. They are community-based mental health team serving the needs of pregnant and postnatal women with moderate to severe mental health needs. They assess and treat mental health problems in women who are: planning a pregnancy and need advice, currently pregnant, have had a baby in the past six months (with follow-up for up to 18 months).


Relief is an international non-profit organisation that provides mental health guidance, education and treatment recommendations for individuals. Our mission is to clarify mental
and emotional health resource options for the Jewish community. We have a huge database
of hundreds of psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists and we are here to guide
people through the various treatment options available to them.

Phone: 03333 44 55 95

Shema Koli

Shema Koli supports victims of abuse in the Charedi community. We offer a national telephone Helpline which is confidential and anonymous, providing non-judgemental listening, support, guidance and signposting for further help. The Helpline is run by trained operators who
understand the needs of the kehillah. 


Helpline: 020 3670 1818

Monday 3.30-5.30pm, Tuesday 11.30am-1.30pm, Wednesday 7.30-9.30pm, Thursday 11.30am-

Training and information:

The Helpline

Anonymous, fully confidential helpline open 24/7. Never struggle alone with your thoughts or problems, there is always someone here to talk to at The HelpLine. Don’t feel like you can talk? The HelpChat is here for you.

Phone: 03301273333
Chat: 07479273333

The Crisis Team

Mental health crisis teams help people whose mental health might be deteriorating to the level that hospital admission is being considered. The service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

Phone: 0800 917 3333

The Samaritans

Get in Touch About Anything That’s Troubling You No Matter How Big or Small the Issue Is. We're Here to Help You Work Through What's on Your Mind.

Phone: 116 123

Women's Health Counselling Service

This is for during pregnancy, after a traumatic birth and during the postnatal period

you can self refer or ask your midwife, doctor or nurse to refer you.

Phone: 020 7830 2791


Yad L'Eim

Physical support for post birth, meals, night nurses, cleaning help and more.


Phone: 07886483463

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