Yesh Tikva, Hebrew for “There is Hope,” was established to end the silence and create a Jewish Community of support. Yesh Tikva has 2 primary goals: To provide free, professional psychosocial services and resources to those struggling with infertility; and to raise awareness and sensitivity about infertility throughout the Jewish community. Learn more
Yesh Tikva serves people in the Jewish community struggling with infertility: couples, single women, those dealing with primary or secondary infertility and third party reproduction (surrogacy). Learn more
Gila Muskin Block, Elie Haller Salomon, Randi Goldfarb, Miriam Pineles and Dalia Shulman started Yesh Tikva to ensure that no one should face a fertility diagnosis alone.
Yesh Tikva’s “Fertility Friends” program pairs those struggling with infertility with people who have already been through this struggle. All peer mentors are vetted and trained and oversight is ongoing. Learn more
Chana’s Champions are women and men trained to understand the issues surrounding infertility. Through public education, they will ensure that all members of our community feel welcome within our synagogues and communal spaces and connect those in need to resources. Learn more