In the center of the Afula, Israel there is an island of love and warmth, Emunah Afula, a place that offers serenity and stability to children and youth who need this support more than anything.
Emunah Afula provides full dormitory and day care services for around 150 children at risk without a family home front from the age of 6-18 years old.
The Center was established in 1949 for children who survived the Holocaust. In the course of over 70 years, Emunah Afula has invested in carrying out the lofty goals of providing refuge for children at risk, restoring their childhood, helping them overcome past traumas, realizing our children’s inborn strengths and building hope for a better future.
The Therapeutic Center offers therapies for emotional and functional disorders. The therapies are on various complex levels, and are given privately and in groups by certified therapists.
An experiential program which provides opportunities to achieve success.
The children manufacture wooden garden furniture, swings, decorative wheelbarrows and other garden items.
The Parents Included program is a unique model developed by the Yeladim – Fair Chance for Children non-profit organization, in cooperation with the Ashalim branch of the Joint Distribution Committee and the Welfare Ministry.
For over a decade Emunah’s Sarah Herzog Children’s Center has operated a Music Center on the very highest level.
Animal therapy is known to make a huge impact on a child’s emotional, social or cognitive functioning.
The Emunah Children’s Center provides scholarships for its 12th year students in order to learn how to drive and get a driver’s license.