Simchas Rabenu is the place to learn about Judaism and self healing by researching and exploring the Torah in-depth and in its entirety. Within the Torah, Talmud, Zohar, and the Shulchan Aruch (The Jewish Law Code), there are many important instructions and laws regarding healthy living and healing. Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (Rabeinu) teaches many of these physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness practices and how to safely apply them to one's life.
The Torah Health Association has distributed over $15,000 dollars to help people receive proper medical treatments, be it conventional or natural. Today with such a wide range of treatments available the Torah Health Association wants everyone to have the opportunity to chose the most fitting treatment and not the cheapest option.
- Do you need financial assistance to receive desired medical care?
Click here to apply for financial aid.
- Would you like to provide financial aid to help people receive proper medical care?
Click here to donate.
Proper nutrition is the foundation for a healthy life. The best way to teach is through example, and the Torah Health Association provides a healthy food for needy families to instill healthy eating habits and to support families in need. Underprivileged families need help providing healthy food for their children. The Torah Health Association's program Healthy Food for Healthy Families targets families after birth.
THANK YOU!!! Simchas Rabeinu successfully raised and distributed over $5,000 for “Kimcha Dipischa” this year. We send a warm appreciation to all our donors and specifically to the Yitzchaki family for their generous donation. Do not wait until next year! Today begin a monthly Kimcha Dipischa donation of $50 to the Simchas Rabeinu Kimcha Dipischa fund, and next year at this time you will merit to make a contribution of $600 to the Simchas Raneinu Kimcha Dipischa fund! As Rav Barclay writes, “Neglecting to give charity when one is capable is a serious transgression.” Simchas Rabeinu has a “Kimcha Dipischa” fund that helps poor Jews all over the world with their Passover needs. Do the Mitzvah of Kimcha Dipischa through Simchas Rabeinu by clicking here.