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Judaism acknowledges a distinction between mental and physical health. However, tradition treats them on an equal plane, recognizing that both a healthy body and a healthy mind are necessary for human beings to be complete.
The Department of Jewish Family Concerns has developed a Mental Health Initiative program for congregations. Both the CCAR and the URJ have adopted several resolutions pertaining to mental health issues.

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