Bringing hope and support to Jewish men and women facing infertility.
Yesh Tikva, Hebrew for “There is Hope,” was established to end the silence and create a Jewish community of support for all Jewish people facing infertility. Yesh Tikva offers free professional psychosocial services, resources and tools to those struggling with infertility, while simultaneously raising awareness and sensitivity on the subject throughout the Jewish community.
1 in 8
men and women face infertility
(2017-2019 National Survey of Family Growth)
1/3 female factor, 1/3 male factor
& 1/3 unexplained infertility
(Turner, Katerina A et al. 2020)
Those who receive social support
report higher levels of life satisfaction
and adaptive coping skills. (Gibson & Myers, 2002)
Yesh Tikva publishes guides to help those facing infertility and raise awareness in the broader Jewish community. Whether it’s procedural information regarding infertility treatments, an introduction to infertility and Jewish law or a manual for what to say and what not to say, these resources help to educate individuals couples facing infertility, their family members, friends, rabbis and community leaders.
YT BY THE NUMBERS
in Support Groups
Synagogues Participating in Infertility
“You have no idea what influence a couple of meetings has had on me. After being introduced to my peer mentor and participating in a couple of secondary infertility group sessions I now have the courage and support to move forward with fertility treatment.” – Rebecca G
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Stay connected to empower yourself with the knowledge to support yourself, family or friends facing infertility.