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REACH NEW HEIGHTS

We design experiences that empower and educate individuals who are making a difference in the lives of our youth.
DONATEVOLUNTEER

REACH NEW HEIGHTS

We design experiences that empower and educate individuals who are making a difference in the lives of our youth
DONATEVOLUNTEER

Who We Are

Neshamos is on a mission to promote mental and emotional health within our community. Underscoring the importance of good emotional health in our lives by assisting and educating – from answering the phone call of an individual, all the way to creating a curriculum on good emotional health for schools and parents.

Our Programs

Empowering us all to more effectively support our emotional health.

School Curriculum

Immersive and engaging class where students gain critical life skills, and is a safe space for them to share, connect and inspire each other.

Teacher Training

Provide education, awareness and resources for teachers to gain the foundational knowledge and skills to become a change agent in a child’s life.

Resource Help Line

Available to the community, calls are fielded and directed to a responsive team of professionals.

Parent Classes

For parents looking to become more aware of their child’s emotional development, and how they can play a more effective

Task Force

Team of trained men and women who will assist in at-risk situations, referred to us by parents, teachers or principals.

Community Events

Meeting of the minds summits where mental health professionals and teachers collaborate to address issues facing our youth.

Board & Leadership

Neshamos is led by an insightful group of community leaders and professionals whose vision, passion and tenacity and dedication help guide our organization

Dr. Eli Rosen, MD
Founder & Chairman

Rabbi Meir New
Director of Operations

Chaviva New
Director of Programming

Moishe Chanin, PCC
Podcast Host 

Rabbi Moishe Feiglin
Youth Expert

Mimi Garelik
Project Coordinator

If you’d like to see Neshamos at your school

Get in touch with us

Teens Impacted

Teachers Trained

Community Events

Parents Educated

Participating Schools