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Amudim is a Life Saver, providing urgent care when needed most, with the utmost level of professionalism and compassion, Zvi Gluck is on call 24/7. always there where needed most. I wish him and his staff the best of luck with their critical work.- Rabbi Zecharia Wallerstein, Director of Ohr Naava

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Tisha B’Av Message from Zvi Gluck

July 31, 2017

Source Link: Jewish Press

Our thoughts turn somber as we count down the last few minutes until Tisha B’Av and with all of the deaths we have experienced in recent weeks, it isn’t all that difficult to feel the churban in our own generation. While it is convenient to compare the destruction that we experienc...

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Empowering Families To Fight Addiction: OHEL & Amudim Present Awareness Event In Catskills This Motzei Shabbos

July 13, 2017

Source Link: The Yeshiva World

The significant rise in addiction rates has unfortunately not spared our community.

Following the highly successful Addictions Awareness event in Brooklyn, which saw hundreds in attendance, OHEL and Amudim are again providing an awareness event in the Catskills this Shabbos 14 Read More

10 Days 5 Deaths

July 6, 2017

Source Link: Five Towns Jewish Times

By Larry Gordon

“It’s getting to me,” said Zvi Gluck on the phone on Friday morning from Israel. He says that prior to his departure from New York he had to deal with the deaths of five young people from drug overdoses—all from within the New York frum community...

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Heroin has infiltrated the Hasidic community

July 4, 2017

Source Link: New York Post

A 20-year-old Hasidic woman died of a heroin overdose in Brooklyn last month — showing how even an ultra-insular religious community isn’t immune to the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Malky Klein’s mother discovered her daughter slumped over in bed and frothing at th...

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Rabbi Zvi Gluck Responding to Crisis - 36 Under 36

May 25, 2017

Source Link: Jewish Week

When Zvi Gluck was a teenager, he lost two friends — one died in a car accident while driving high, the other committed suicide.
The friend who committed suicide mentioned to Gluck shortly before his death that he had been sexually abused as a child.

“At the time, I d...

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