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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Moments in Time is proud to commemerate Mental Health Awareness Month in conjunction with The Blue Dove Foundation and The Temple the entire month of May. In support of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are sharing a series of videos featuring Rabbi Alvin Sugarman discussing mental illness through his own insightful perspective.

Take a look at our past videos here.

Rabbi Alvin Sugarman - Legacy from Moments In Time.

This installment of Moments In Time in partnership with The Blue Dove Foundation and The Temple for Mental Health Awareness Month focuses on legacy. At a time when we are all facing our own mortality, what legacy do you want to leave behind? Rabbi Alvin Sugarman discusses his thoughts on the topic. If you or a loved one is struggling during this difficult time, please reach out to local resources such as Agewell Foundation, The Berman Center, HAMSA Helps, Jeff’s Place at Chabad Intown, and JF&CS Atlanta.

For more information on Mental Health and Resources visit https://thebluedovefoundation.org/resources/.

Below are some statistics and helpful PDF's you can view here or download.

Mental Health Statistics from www.nami.org/mhstats

Mental Health Facts and Information





About Moments in Time

The Breman Museum is the new home of Moments in Time! Stories that inspire, educate and encourage individuals to capture, preserve, and share their own "Moments In Time"

Moments in Time is an oral history project using video to capture, preserve, and share stories from Jewish Atlantans. Currently there are over 275 two-minute video interviews of men and women who have influenced Jewish life in Atlanta. It was originally created by Justin Milrad and Rabbi Brad Levenberg and funded by the Marcus Foundation.

In 2019 the Breman Museum partnered with the Blue Dove Foundation to create new videos with Rabbi Alvin Sugarman discussing topics related to mental health through a Jewish lens.

Look for new Moments in Time oral histories on the Vimeo Channel here. 

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