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Welcome to Tikvah. Welcome to Hope.

The mission of Tikvah is to support adults living with a mental illness in their social, educational, employment, and spiritual development. We support and help educate the families and loved ones of those we serve.

​Tikvah is a grassroots Jewish organization established by parents and mental health professionals committed to improving the quality of life for adults of all ages with mental illness. Tikvah is a social program aimed at promoting community opportunities. Tikvah focuses on events where members feel safe and have fun in the company of others. Tikvah welcomes and serves people of all faiths.

Socialize. You belong here. You are not alone, get the support you need, right here, right now.

We reduce isolation, increase independence, and provide social opportunities.

Upcoming Events

Dessert and Dialogue with Aviva Perlo
04 December 2022
Northeast Dinner

Northeast Dinner

Join your Tikvah friends in the northeast for a sit down meal during the week. Register by December 5th

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07 December 2022
JFCS Networks & Tikvah Chanukah Party
11 December 2022

Larry A. Real, M.D. Tikvah Community Connection Program

Those fortunate to have known, worked along with, and learned from Dr. Real knew him to be a premier psychiatrist, a leader and strong believer in the recovery model.  Dr. Real was an advocate for those living with a mental illness and their families.  Above all he was a wonderful human being.  His professional contributions were frequently recognized; he was the recipient of many prestigious awards.

Dr. Real was one of the founders of Tikvah.  He recognized the need and saw what was then known as Advocates for the Jewish Mentally Ill (AJMI) as the mechanism to promote a recovery model.  We at Tikvah will be forever grateful for his support and… Learn more

Those fortunate to have known, worked along with, and learned from Dr. Real knew him to be a premier psychiatrist, a leader and strong believer in the recovery model.  Dr. Real was an advocate for those living with a mental illness and their families.  Above all he was a wonderful human being.  His professional contributions were… Learn more

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March 30, 2022

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We reduce isolation, increase independence,  and provide social opportunities. Get in touch with us or consider donating today.

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