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Neve Michael


Neve Michael, located in Pardes Hanna, Israel, serves 250 children ages 4-18 years old from all over Israel who were brought to our doorstep at a tender age and under traumatic circumstances. Many have suffered mental/physical/sexual abuse. In many cases, these unfortunate children’s natural parents are afflicted with mental illness or drug and alcohol addictions.

Neve Michael Children’s Village is the only multidisciplinary children’s home in Israel with so many services on one site. Besides providing refuge and a loving home for over 250 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.

Groups are invited to visit and support the children of Neve Michael, join them for lunch, join them in their activities, join them for a wood-working therapy session or jewelry making activity. If your group would like to dedicate a musical performance to the children of Neve Michael then we absolutely encourage you to do so.

  • Visit Duration: 1-3 hours
  • Group Size: 1-60 people
  • Tour Activity: Visit

For tour suggestions, special programs, questions, or bookings please contact our tourism department in Israel: [email protected]


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