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Mayor Adams Steps Up Care For The Mentally Unwell, Clarifies Law Mandating Care For Those Unable To Care For Their Basic Needs

In accordance with state law and court precedent, Mayor Adams’ directive clarifies that outreach workers, city-operated hospitals, and first responders have the legal authority to provide care to New Yorkers when severe mental illness prevents them from meeting their own basic human needs to the extent that they are a danger to themselves.

Lamplighters Podcast: Connecting Two Generations Of Rabbis In A Boston NICU

In Episode 32 of Lamplighters: Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier, reporter/producer Gary Waleik presents the story of Rabbi Mayshe Schwartz of the Chai Center in Brookline, Massachusetts, who recently paid a hospital visit to support the family of a newborn in need of life-saving surgery, and discovered that an incredible sequence of Hashgacha Pratis (Divine Providence) moments led to their meeting, the discovery of an incredible connection and to the baby’s recovery.