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Articles worth sharing

Here are some links to news articles that we felt are worth sharing with our community members. Federal grant to support organizations that bore brunt of Tree of Life massacre, aftermath.  Pittsburgh organizations get federal funds for costs related to 10/27 massacre. Letter to the editor by Cindy. Discussing Death in time of Covid.

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Remember the Victims of Monsey, NY and El Paso, TX

As we are going through the COV-19 pandemic, let us not forget the victims of the stabbing in Monsey , New York in December 28th, 2019 and the shooting at Walmart in El Paso on August 3rd, 2019. After three months of rehabilitation and recovery, Rabbi Josef Neumann passed away  at the age of 72. Cards or letters of support can be sent to Chabb in Monsey Congregation Tzemach Tzedek 2 langeries Dr,...

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Some helpful articles

As we are going through these tough times, our bodies and emotions might be telling as something. These articles from Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle will shade some light into what we are going through. Pandemic-related anxiety can be compounded by memories of massacre. Cognizance of emotional health is key, say local professionals.

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Wellness Tips for Quarantine

These were originally written by a Clinical Psychologist, after hearing from many clients who were experiencing symptoms and concerns as the Covid-19 pandemic grew.  They were then put on Facebook (so you may have seen them already) and widely shared.  This clinician chose to remain anonymous, so we will send an anonymous “thank you!” out into the world for this wonderful list.  We’ve added to and/or...

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Language Matters

Recent times and events have consumed all of us with the worldwide pandemic of COVID 19.  We are given more information than we could have ever imagined and some of it is not accurate or influenced by self-driven interests.   The world is in crisis. COVID 19 is not traumatizing us.  It is however, calling us to a greater awareness of ourselves in relation to the world around us.  Providing us with...

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COVID-19 Update

The 10.27 Healing Partnership is monitoring our county’s recommendations regarding how to best manage the current state of COVID-19. We will remain open physically as long as the JCC is open, but even if the doors are closed we are here for you.  Having to make rapid plans, adapt to closings and shortages, and worrying about our families and neighbors can be very scary and frustrating.  Please feel...

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Steelers Player to Honor 10.27 Healing Partnership During Sunday Game

Statement from Maggie Feinstein, Director of 10.27 Healing Partnership Pittsburgh, PA (December 4, 2019) – The 10.27 Healing Partnership is honored that Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle, will be highlighting our organization in the upcoming game against the Arizona Cardinals as part of the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats initiative. We are grateful to have our logo featured on one...

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Community Coalition Provides Mental Health Services for Commemoration of Synagogue Shooting

Mental Health Providers Offer Counseling for Approach of October 27 Commemoration Pittsburgh, PA (October 23, 2019) – With the commemoration of the October 27th synagogue mass shooting approaching, Jewish Family and Community Services (JFCS) of Pittsburgh, along with the Center for Victims, and the 10.27 Healing Partnership, are working together to provide therapists, healing services, and emergency...

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Commemoration of October 27, 2018

October 27, 2019 will be a day of service, study, and community to honor the lives lost and the people affected by the attack on three Pittsburgh synagogues—Congregation Dor Hadash, New Light Congregation and Tree of Life * Or L’Simcha Congregation—on October 27, 2018. There are many activities planned and volunteer opportunities for the day. Please visit Pittsburghoct27.org for official commemorative...

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10.27 Healing Partnership’s Plan for October 27, 2019

On October 27, 2019 the 10.27 Healing Partnership will be open for drop-in hours between 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. We will be providing quiet activities and space to talk or reflect, for those who would like to be with others in a less structured environment than the public activities allow. Support from mental health and spiritual care providers will also be available.

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The 10.27 Healing Partnership does not discriminate against program participants and/ or beneficiaries on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity in its delivery of services.

This project was supported by PCCD Subgrant #2020 VV 01 33242, awarded by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) and the US Department of Justice Programs. Opinions, findings and conclusions expressed within this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of PCCD or the Department of Justice Programs.


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