Mental Health


Israel-Gaza War, Health
Health Minister: Between 80,000 to 500,000 now need mental health treatment

Buso also said that while psychiatric hospitals play an important role in this effort, community-level efforts via health funds are vital.

Avi Woolf | 06.06.24

Israel-Gaza War

Defense Ministry: 30% of wounded have mental injuries

According to the Defense Ministry, 7,209 soldiers, most of them reservists under 30s, have been wounded to one extent or another.

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 17.04.24

Israel-Gaza War, Mental Health

Israeli company uses AI to help therapists spend less time writing notes and more time focusing on patients

The company, Eleos Health, has developed an AI tool which greatly assists in creating usable summaries of therapy sessions, saving time and freeing therapists to focus on patients more.

Avi Woolf | 19.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, PTSD

IDF opens new mental health center to help provide rapid treatment for battle trauma

According to the IDF, some 85% of soldiers who needed treatment for battle response ended up being fit to return to their units.

Avi Woolf | 28.02.24

Arbel At The UN

Arbel spoke in Hebrew at the UN: "Israel is proud to be a partner"

Minister of Health and Interior Moshe Arbel delivered a speech at the UN General Assembly regarding the prevention, treatment, and dealing with epidemics: "Mental health did not receive the proper treatment, and did not receive the necessary resources"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 20.09.23

The Mental Health Struggle of Delonte West

The story of the player who changed the approach to mental struggles

Delonte West was a player destined for greatness, but mental health issues stemming from his difficult life burdened him repeatedly. Following his story, awareness of mental struggles among athletes in the NBA has risen

Simcha Raz, Srugim News | 26.07.23