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You can help children heal and grow into productive, happy adults.
THEY ARE ISRAEL’S FUTURE.
In 2008, Emunah was awarded the prestigious ‘Israel Prize’ for lifetime achievement and exceptional contribution to the nation.
- Emunah provides lifesaving services to families at risk including infants, children, adolescents, adults, and senior citizens who unfortunately need extra help and support.
- More than 10,000 individuals and families receive essential care at Emunah’s almost 200 locations.
- Emunah Australia is an active supporter of Emunah projects in Israel. It is our belief that together we can create a strong society to secure Israel’s future.
EMUNAH HELPS IN SO MANY WAYS
Family Counselling and Therapy
Children's Emergency Shelters
Day Care Centres
College of Art & Technology for Women
Emunah’s highly regarded children’s homes, youth villages and crisis centres provide a safe, secure and nurturing haven to many of Israel’s most vulnerable children.
Education and Learning
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The Grad Pad
Shared apartment for graduates of the Afula Children’s Center for use during their army service.The Emunah Afula GradPad is a rented local apartment, furnished with the basics, providing our graduates with a safe and clean apartment within close proximity to the Center and their friends and siblings. In the GradPad, supervised by the housemother, these young people learn to live independently, yet still under the protective umbrella of their Emunah family.
Therapy groups helping women in crisis with emotional support and psychological care. Emunah Circles offers women practical support, guidance and directed solutions when they are most needed. Because a woman will often be at the centre of a family or social group, supporting her through a period of stress will send ripples of support far beyond the individual in the program.
Fitout of new residential unit for high-risk boys at the Afula Children’s Center for 8-12 boys with complex emotional and behavioral issues. Most suffer from symptoms of PTSD due to serious abuse and neglect. These are amongst the most vulnerable boys in the system. The unit aims to provide a safe, self contained environment, with a low staff:child ratio and the most experienced house parents. The purpose is to protect the children, both those in the unit and the others in the home.