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June 17, 1988 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-17

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the West Bloomfield public
school system to place Sue in
the same treatment program
Josh attended.
West Bloomfield High
School and Southfield High
School have been nominated
for a national award on drug
education. Rosemary Thom-
son, regional representative
of the U.S. Department of
Education, recently visited
both schools as part of the
selection process. Although
Thomson commends their
anti-drug campaigns, she says
little is going on in drug
education. "The problem (of
drug abuse) is 10 times
greater than everyone
thinks," states Thomson.
Just as there needs to be
more drug education in the
country, there needs to be
more programs in the Jewish
community. The present drug
education in the Detroit
Jewish community at syna-
gogues and day schools is
usually not part of the cur-
riculum, but rather an
enrichment program or
seminar.
According to Marvin Kasoff,
educational director at Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek,
there were a few programs
but it is not now part of the
curriculum. "We need to ex-
pand our program," says
Robert M. Lask, educational
director at Temple Beth El.
Guest speakers on alcohol
and drug abuse have ap-
peared at the temple.
The programs at each in-
stitution vary. Hillel Day
School has curriculum guide-
lines for drug education
beginning in elementary
school and continuing
through junior high. "We give
the kids basic information
and knowledge on how to say
`no to drugs,' " says Rabbi
Robert Abramson, head-
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Hebrew Day School, there is
no drug education program.
"We do not have the problem
in the school. I hope we are
not being overly optimistic,"
says Rabbi Shmuel Lopin,
Akiva headmaster.
At the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, students take a
national non-use pledge to
drugs. According to Jon
Isenberg, assistant director
BBYO Michigan Region,
there are continuous preven-
tion programs. But, Isenberg
cautions, "Just because a pro-
gram exists, it doesn't mean
it's a good one."
One of the newest programs
in the community is Project
Pride, which began two
months ago in Farmington
Hills and is an outgrowth of
the Chabad Drug Rehab
Center in Los Angeles. Pro-
gram director Rabbi Chaim
Bergstein is establishing an
information and counseling
center. He plans to go to area
schools with a drug education
program reinforcing pride in
children's values and develop- ti
ing self-esteem. "We provide
free counseling for anyone
who desires it," says Rabbi
Bergstein, who has a staff
that includes physicians and
mental health personnel.
As far as a Jewish treat-
ment center goes, "It would
be a re-duplication of ser-
vices," believes Margaret
Weiner, director of profes-
sional services at Jewish
Family Service. Weiner says
that JFS can and does refer to
hospitals as well as other
family agencies in severe
cases.
In 1988, alcoholism and
drug abuse among Jewish
adolescents is a reality, not a
myth. As director of JACS,
Mitchell Wallik deals with
this reality and states: "Cir-
cumcision is no guarantee
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ew York — The
term spiritual healer
usually brings to
mind Christ images, voodoo
cults and faith healings. But
according to Florence horn,
accredited spiritual healer
and dedicated Jew, spiritual
healing is in keeping with the
teachings of Judaism and
date back to the times of the
Bible.
lb help prove the validity of
spiritual healing in Jewish

law, as well as give accredita-
tion to Jewish spiritual
healers, the Jewish Associa-
tion of spiritual Healers
(JASH) was formed in Har-
row, England in 1966 by
Diane Martyn. Since then,
the association has spread to
Wales, Germany and Israel.
A fifth and sixth chapter is
now being opened in Leeds
and North America, and
Horn, 63, has been named
director of the North
American branch.
Horn has been healing for
about 12 years. "It's very

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