The day you were born
was the day G-d decided Umatter
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988
Sparks community, and spreads unconditional acceptance of individuals struggling with mental health.
Discover educational programs, empowering TeenTalks, mentors, and a core belief that everyone matters.
You may feel worthless or unworthy under the crushing pressure to fit in.
You may feel like nobody cares, nobody gets it, and nobody can begin to understand.
Your friend may confide in you that they’re contemplating suicide, and you have no idea where to turn.
Here are some ways Umatter helps teens
Do you have a peer struggling with mental health? Be their somebody. Join interactive support groups for teens passionate about mental health.
Things are shaky and you need help. Whether it’s anxiety, addiction or suspected suicidality, get support from crisis prevention resources.
Mental illness is real, and the challenge is growing every year — discover what Judaism has to say about it. Spoiler alert: Everything is going to be OK. Really.
Click here to send an email and get a listening ear or targeted referral. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Spark a mental health conversation in your school
Joining the Umatter mission is as simple as spreading the word. If you’re a teen passionate about mental health, bring a Umatter Club into your school.
Enjoy tailored monthly Umatter programs on key mental health topics and a safe zone to discuss what’s on every teens mind. Umatter club is 100% free.
Want to do more?
Reach out today and discover how you can join the
Umatter mission. or email email@example.com
The Lubavitcher Rebbe taught that every soul is worthy of boundless love, and none of us are complete unless all are included. Umatter is a belief that every person is worthy no matter who they are and what they’ve accomplished. Umatter’s educational programs, teentalks, and mentors provide a safe space for teens to embrace their unshakable worth.
Discover and register for interactive programs that help us support every teen.
A 4-hour training that prepares participants to become suicide-alert helpers
An interactive support program held monthly at the Friendship Circle
A student-led initiative that empowers students to support their peers
Opportunities for parents, educators and professionals
Acquire the skills you need to identify and help a friend in need.
Please consider donating so that Umatter can continue reaching as many teens as possible.
Donations are tax-deductible
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