Mental Health, Crisis Intervention

Amudim Community Resources, Inc.

Change Lives. Build Futures.

aka Amudim

New York, NY


Amudim is dedicated to serving community members in times of crisis. Founded on the pillars of kindness, compassion and dignity, Amudim functions as a confidential resource center providing direct support and referrals for individuals and families impacted by abuse, neglect and addiction, or requiring assistance with burial coordination. Amudim ensures access to meaningful assistance and enduring support for those in need and fosters change and growth by raising awareness and implementing educational programs within the community. We are not only providing pillars of support, we are empowering others to become pillars of support.

Ruling Year



Zvi Y Gluck

Main Address

11 Broadway Suite 1076

New York, NY 10004 USA


At Risk, Drug Addiction, Alcohol Addiction, Sexual Abuse





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Other Mental Health, Crisis Intervention N.E.C. (F99)

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What we aim to solve

Amudim is dedicated to helping people in crisis and giving voice to the voiceless. An advocate for victims of sexual abuse and those suffering from addictions, Amudim serves as a source of support and healing for individuals and families, as well as a force for increased communal awareness and social change.

Our programs

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Sex Abuse Victims Services

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Plaement

Crisis Intervention

Prevention programs for schools, communities and professionals

Therapeutic Services

Where we work

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Amudim's goal it to increase communal awareness of issues that have been denied and neglected, such as child sexual abuse and addictions, while providing comprehensive support to individuals and families.

Amudim's awareness events, attended by hundreds and viewed by thousands online, raise community consciousness about issues which until now were suppressed and denied, particularly Child Sexual Abuse (CSA), addictions, and mental illness. Amudim's emergency crisis line is open 24/7, with immediate dispatching to professional Case Managers trained in crisis intervention. Staffed by 6 professional Case Managers, its resource center provides confidential, individualized, direct support and referrals for individuals, families, and organizations.

We have a dedicated and involved board of directors, the strong backing of Jewish communal leadership and rabbis, excellent working relationships with major communal organizations, an experienced professional staff, and cutting edge media, communication and social media capabilities.

Progress is measured by the increase in the number of phone calls, e-mails and messages through social media received by Amudim (which rose from 3,700 in 2014 to over 35,000 in 2016); the number of views of awareness events and our prize-winning awareness videos including “Shattered;" (Number of video and media views is currently over 600,000) the number of lives saved and individuals successfully completing treatment programs and going on to lead productive lives; and feedback from clients and professionals regarding Amudim's interventions.

Amudim has been the only organization invited to present at major national and international conventions of rabbis, lay leaders and educators on sensitive topics like child sexual abuse. It has held over 35 awareness events in local communities across the U.S. attended by over 7,500 individuals, community members, therapists, rabbis and educators. Many events have been livestreamed and posted on the internet; thus far, they have been viewed online by over 100,000. Since its establishment in 2014, Amudim has helped over 3,500 individuals and families by providing comprehensive case management services, as well as access to heavily subsidized expert psychotherapy.

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