Jami is a recovery orientated mental health charity serving the Jewish community. The organisation is committed to working alongside statutory services to provide a high quality community-based service which enables people to maximise their potential and take control of their own recovery.With one in four people experiencing mental health difficulties at some time, Jami is here to help them and their families recognise the symptoms and know where and how to seek help.
Jami offers a range of services from hubs in Edgware, Golders Green, Stamford Hill and Redbridge to support people on their journey towards recovery. These four Centres for Wellbeing offer a range of activities to support people regain confidence and learn vital skills as well as offering a place which is free of judgment, prejudice and stigma.
Jami's services include:
- Carers service
- Employment service
- Hospital visiting
- Independent living support
- Jami Enterprises – opportunities for service users to contribute to the local community by providing useful and necessary services (including a high street shop, computer refurbishment and a quarterly magazine)
- Head Room Café
- Peer support
- Discussion groups, courses and activities
- Talking therapies
Martin B Cohen Centre, Gould Way, Deansbrook Road, Edgware, HA8 9GL (satnav postcode HA8 9BG)
Who is it for:
Members of the Jewish community who are experiencing mental health issues
The Martin B Cohen Centre is wheelchair accessible
How to apply:
Get in contact via the details above. Online referral available.
303, 618, 628, 642