Neve Michael Children’s Village is a safe haven for children from five to 18 years of age who have been removed from their homes by Israel’s Welfare Department due to extreme traumatic circumstances.
Established in 1943, this 7-acre campus in Pardes Hanna is the only multi-disciplinary children’s home in Israel to offer a wide range of professional services on one site, such as psychiatry, psychology, occupational therapy, social work, conventional and para-medical therapies and education.
Neve Michael’s mission is to provide each child with the love, care and professional treatment to overcome the abuse they have endured and to offer them a chance at a better future, they so deserve.
Aside from providing a home with clean beds, love and care, The Neve Michael Children’s Village is also home to many on-site facilities:
- Family homes which provide a sense of normalcy
- The Children’s Emergency Crisis Center is able to provide immediate refuge for a child at risk
- The first ever Teenage Girls Crisis Center in Israel, also provides a safe place for young women at risk
- An Elementary School on the premises
- A Therapy Enrichment Center tailored to meet the individual needs of the children
- An External Crisis Center
- Therapy Counseling Unit which helps keep families at risk in tact
- Day Care facility that also serves disadvantaged children in the area.