Childrens Villages’ main objective is to provide the children a warm home and a loving and supportive family-like environment. Emunah has 5 children’s homes across the country:

  1. Achusat Sarah Children’s Home, Bnei Brak
  2. Neve Michael Children’s Village, Pardes Chana
  3. Bet Elazraki Children’s Home, Netanya
  4. Sarah Herzog Children’s Center, Afula
  5. Neve Landy Children’s Village, Even Shmuel

Each of these homes implements the latest in therapeutic methodology, sponsors remedial learning centers, therapy groups for parents. In addition they provide support and empowerment programs for the children through sports, music, art, creative crafts, horseback riding therapy, and more. These are designed to build up the youngsters’ self-confidence and help break them out of the circle of distress and risk. All the children attend schools on site or in the surrounding area. In all Emunah children’s homes, dedicated and professional staffs are on call throughout the day. These include psychologists and social workers, physicians and physiotherapists, speech therapists, teachers and counsellors. With their help the children are able to broaden their horizons and dare to dream of overcoming their personal difficulties and taking their rightful place in society.

Neve Michael –
NEVE MICHAEL CHILDREN’S HOME is a safe haven for over 300 children at risk in Pardes Chana Israel. Neve Michael is the only multidisciplinary children’s home in Israel. Besides providing refuge and a loving home children and youth at risk, the Home has a 24-hour Emergency Crisis Center, the first Teenage Girls’ Crisis Center in Israel, an Elementary School on the premises, Day Care facilities that also serve disadvantaged children in the area, a Therapy Enrichment Center tailored to meet the individual needs of the children, and an External Crisis Center and Therapy Counseling Unit which helps keep families at risk intact, even under the most trying circumstances.

Neve Michael’s, mission is to create a family-like atmosphere for the children while providing the best therapeutic care to develop their young minds, and mold them into young adults. They help their children overcome family misfortunes, restore their capacities for normal physical, emotional, and educational development, and guide them towards a better future.