Advancing Emotional Well-Being

Programs for educational institutions to acquire knowledge and skills to develop an infrastructure in the field of children’s mental health and to create an environment that supports therapeutic intervention

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Ultra-Orthodox boys who were not enrolled in school, and their parents.

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Students in grades 9-12, teachers in ultra-Orthodox yeshivot and girls’ seminaries, and teachers in high schools for at-risk youth within the ultra-Orthodox school system.

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Girls ( 13-18) and young women (18-25) from a religious-haredi background who are at risk

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Children in grades 1-6

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Individuals and families who wish to improve their employment and financial circumstances, who are motivated to make changes and to grow.

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Families in which the unemployment of one or both of the partners in the past few months has led to financial distress. The family needs to demonstrate commitment to undergo the intensive process.

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Advancing Emotional Well-Being

Programs for educational institutions to acquire knowledge and skills to develop an infrastructure in the field of children’s mental health and to create an environment that supports therapeutic intervention

Kol Hana’ar

Providing solutions for the educational, emotional and spiritual needs of ultra-Orthodox teenage boys who have dropped out of school: identifying them, providing professional guidance and placing them in schools that are appropriate for them

Umka D’Liba

Providing solutions for the spiritual challenges facing ultra-Orthodox youth, by training teachers at yeshivot and girls’ seminaries to change the content and the delivery of content about Judaism

Pniniot

Housing solutions, guidance and support for young girls from religious backgrounds who cannot live at home due to family-related, emotional or mental-health disturbances

Kidum

Assistance and guidance for impoverished families, to promote economic and employment-related stability