Below is a list of organizations that provide subsidized mental health or social services in Israel.

Name Population Services Location
Holocaust survivors as well as the general public Full range of psychological and social services to Holocaust survivors, their famalies as well as the general public Sixteen clinics around the country
Individuals in a crisis situation Serve as a primary database of services, using our own vast resources as well as referrals to other appropriate organizations and social service agencies. (Burial Coordination, international assistance, sexual abuse and substance abuse intervention) Jerusalem
Families Advocating, guiding, and escorting people through the maze of mental health services to the point where they can survive, thrive and flourish independently, Avnei Chein was created to fill the huge gap in mental health support in our community. Avnei Chein provides real-time advocacy and support from the darkest moments of a mental health crisis until individuals and their families are ready to flourish on their own. Ramat Beit Shemesh
Adults and Children 18 mental health clinics throughout Israel, providing therapy to adults and children facing psychological and emotional challenges; treatment for abuse for women and children Ariel, Ashdod, Beit Shemesh, Bnei Brak, Elad, Jerusalem, Greater Modiin, Karnei Shomron, Kedumim and Zichron Yaakov
Lone Soldiers A purpose-built home for lone combat soldiers, and guidance center for all lone soldiers Ra%27anana
Adults 18+ Ben-Gurion University Community Clinic is a non-profit, training clinic which provides subsidized state-of-the-art psychotherapy. The clinic, located in Beer Sheva, is led by a staff of national and international experts in the fields of cognitive behavioral therapy, dynamic therapy, experiential therapy and couples and family therapy. These experts provide intensive ongoing supervision to advanced psychologists-in-training. Beer Sheva
Bereaved by suicide, homicide and traffic accidents “Bishvil Hahayim” has assisted thousands of suicide bereaved families for the last twenty years and since 2017 it operates four support centers for families grieving loss by suicide, traffic accident and homicide on behalf of the Ministry of Welfare; the families receive long term support which include individual counseling, couples and family counseling, support groups, spiritual care, assistance by volunteers, and a closed support group on Face Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva, Ashkelon and Tira
Women Mental health for women at no cost; focused on prevention-based medical care and health promotion for Jewish women Jerusalem
Hebrew Speaking Soldiers For the past 15 years Bshvil has been helping IDF soldiers to overcome combat-related trauma. It is our mission to help them restore their spirit and return to normal life. Our program includes professionally guided meetings, support-group activities which take place in the outdoors and an ongoing personal support, as needed. Throughout Israel
Women with mental illness Chazkeinu is a new peer led mental health support group for Jewish women dealing with any mental illness or the mental illness of a loved one. At the moment, we have two calls a week for women to gain the support of others in this otherwise lonely illness. One call is in the afternoon to be more available to international callers. To dial in to either call, dial 605-475-4000 and use access code 952819. For more information, please email chazke Telephone based support, worldwide.
Teens and Young Adults Crossroads provides essential prevention and intervention programs for Anglo teens and young adults in Israel in order to reach their potential and thrive. Jerusalem
Individuals seeking self defense and protection El HaLev operates a Jerusalem center that hosts ongoing classes and workshops in Empowerment Self Defense (ESD), an evidence-based approach to self-protection Jerusalem
Victims of Child Abuse The Israel Association of Child Protection is recognized by the government of Israel and other human service organizations as the only organization in Israel that deals specifically and exclusively with various aspects of child abuse. Most importantly, they provide hotlines, education, therapy, legal counseling, shelter, and support services to families. Tel Aviv
Children Emunah in Israel provides life-changing services to help the most vulnerable children and families to break the cycle of distress, and to build their own rewarding and stable lives and families. Throughout Israel
Men, Women and Children with mental illness and their families Variety of social rehabilitation frameworks that enable the mentally ill to live independently in the community and that reduces the need for psychiatric hospitalization. 60 branches throughout Israel
Israeli Citizens ERAN provides Lifesaving Emotional First Aid Services, offering initial response and emotional support on the phone and online, while maintaining strict confidentiality and anonymity. Phone Service
People needing assistance in getting the rights that they are entitled to Assisting With Sal Shikum Throughout Israel
children, young adults, adults Psychological support services and rehabilitative programs for people suffering from psychological disorders, emotional issues and mental illnesses. Bnei Brak
Hebrew Speaking Soldiers The Guardian Brother association provides discreet and free psychological assistance to men and women released from the IDF who are on the spectrum of post-trauma and are not diagnosed and treated by the Ministry of Defense, as a result of repression, shame, fear of asking for help, or difficulty facing the bureaucratic process Throughout Israel
At-Risk Youth Teach at-risk youth how to overcome life’s challenges through determination and persistence. Bat Yam
Teens and their families Hakshiva runs a non-profit therapy program in Ramat Beit Shemesh for teens and their families. Our therapists are professionally-trained and members of the religious community with whom we work.Our clinic offers individual therapy, family therapy and parenting guidance at subsidized rates for both English and Hebrew speakers. In addition, we run parenting workshops and teen social skills groups. Ramat Beit Shemesh (RBS)
Youth and young adults (ages 12-25) A psychological support and counseling center in Bat Yam for youth and young adults (ages 12-25) who are experiencing emotional challenges. Bat Yam
Children and adults with disabilities throughout Israel Israel Elwyn believes people with disabilities deserve equal rights. Therefore, their mission is to support and help children and adults with disabilities throughout Israel. The goal is to provide individuals with tools enabling them to make decisions about their own lives and gain independence for living and working in the community. Throughout Israel
Israeli Citizens The Israel Trauma Coalition is the cornerstone of national trauma care and emergency preparedness in Israel and serves as a knowledge center that provides leadership, guidance and resources before, during and after a crisis. 12 Locations Throughout Israel
Adolescents and their families A private non-profit social service agency dedicated to working with adolescents and their families who are experiencing emotional and/or behavioral challenges. While serving the general Israeli community, we specialize in the working with Anglo olim. Jerusalem
Anglo gap-year students in Israel Mental Health Referrals: We connect individuals with the right psychotherapists, psychiatrists or whichever clinicians they need, to ensure they receive the highest level of care and healing. Financial Assistance: We offer financial assistance for those that can’t afford the costs of therapy, to make mental health services accessible to all Anglo gap-year students in Israel. Throughout Israel
Women facing challenges with fertility Psychological support at no cost, as well as yoga, relaxation and stress management programs. Jerusalem, Beit Shemesh
Men and Women Treatment for men and women over the age of eighteen who suffer from addiction or pre-addiction to gambling, sex, pornography, food, codependent relationships, computers or the internet. Modiin
Teens and young adults Keshev empowers teens, young adults, and those that work with them to strengthen their wellbeing and mental health. Jerusalem
Children with dyslexia, speech and language disorders, and other specific learning disabilities. Founded by parents and professionals in the greater Bet Shemesh area; seeks to empower children with dyslexia, speech and language disorders, and other specific learning disabilities with the tools to succeed in the classroom and beyond. In addition they provide didactic assessments and intervention for dyslexia and other learning disabilities, professional and parents workshops and advocacy work. Beit Shemesh
Children in the various stages of cancer, diagnosis and treatment Heroes Circle is an empowering multi-age community of students and instructors, who learn together how to apply techniques from the world of therapeutic martial arts, meditation and guided imagery that will help deal with moments of difficulty and crisis. Participants learn the right tools for achieving inner peace in their lives, and then gain new meaning as they teach these techniques to others. A feeling of inner peace, confidence and purpose Various Locations
Survivors of sexual abuse and their loved ones; community members with SA related questions and concerns Magen creates safer communities by developing and implementing programs and services that focus on well-being of victims, holds predators accountable, and eliminates the stigma surrounding sexual abuse. They advocate for survivors within their communities, institutions and through the justice system; raise awareness and promote safety through educational events, creating and publishing resources, and the mainstream and social media; and support Throughout Israel
Parents of teenagers (12-18 yr olds) who live in Jerusalem Merkaz Mahut has been helping parents of teenagers in Jerusalem for the past 12 years, through weekly parental guidance or family therapy sessions. Our therapists are highly trained with years of professional experience, and include several native English speaking therapists. We serve the various different communities in Jerusalem (secular, religious, haredi) while ensuring cultural sensitivity and understanding. Jerusalem
Women facing challenges with fertility Holistic approach including counseling sessions with a social worker specializing in the field of fertility, ,דמיון מודרך body empowerment through physical training, yoga and movement therapy Jerusalem
Couples dealing with challenges in their marriage Couples counseling, education regarding sexuality and intimacy in the Jewish community All over Israel
Trauma Victims Clinical intervention for people who were exposed to trauma Jerusalem, Talpiot
Victims of Trauma, bereaved, at-risk youth and special needs. Our team of facilitators includes group facilitators, clinical social workers and therapists. The facilitators come, each and every one, from a different background. What they all have in common is the knowledge and ability to harness the maritime journey for the benefit of personal growth and the development of the group Herzliya
Families The family counseling center offers support, counseling, information and guidance to families coping with the mental illness of one of their family members. Carmiel, Haifa, Netanya, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
Children, Teens, and Parents My Epic Family provides support to children and teens that are struggling academically, emotionally, socially and/or with Aliya related issues through our professional mentoring program. We provide support and guidance to parents through webinars, workshops, support groups and one-on-one therapy and guidance. Yerushalaim, Beit Shemesh/RBS and Beitar
Victims of Trauma An apolitical organization providing multidisciplinary treatment and support to direct and indirect victims of trauma due to terror and war in Israel. Tel Aviv
Families of those suffering from severe emotional dysregulation and/or BPD Offers families of those suffering from severe emotional dysregulation and/or Borderline Personality Disorder, a free twelve-session course (Family Connections) that provides information about the disorder and teaches the necessary skills to help families cope. Jerusalem, Raanana and Haifa
Women in crisis during pregnancy or after birth Provides emotional, psychological, and financial support to women in crisis during pregnancy or after birth Jerusalem
Lone Soldiers The Netzach Yehuda NPO supports haredi soldiers throughout their military service, up to and including their discharge and integration into civilian life, to help them grow through their military service and emerge as employed haredi Jews with a deep sense of connection to Torah and mitzvoth. 26 Bezalel Street, Jerusalem
Lone Soldiers Nevut ensures that our returning IDF Lone Soldiers receive the critical support and resources they need to navigate a successful return to civilian life. New York
Women with postpartum depression and their families Women with PPD receive various mental health services; there are also programs for their children and classes for husbands, some programs include Nitza trained volunteers and professionals coming to the homes of the Nitza clients. Other services include massage therapists and nutritionists at the Nitza office giving one on one therapy and advice to each mother. All areas of Israel
Victims of Terror Provides every type of support necessary to victims of terrorism in Israel and their families to ensure their rehabilitation and reintegration into society. Jerusalem
Victims of terror attacks Empowers victims of terror to rebuild their lives, rehabilitate and reintegrate through emotional, legal, and financial assistance programs geared toward each of the following: Orphans, Bereaved Parents, Parents of Injured Children, Widows and Widowers, Young Adults, and Youth Injured and Bereaved. Jerusalem, Southern Region, Central Region, Northern Region
Veteran IDF Soldiers Actively locate all those veterans through various channels, and then to accompany them until they receive recognition from the Ministry of Defense so that they get the treatment they need from the Rehabilitation Division and can lead fulfilling, meaningful lives. Throughout Israel
Couples facing challenges with fertility Whether individuals are struggling with fertility, womens health, mens health, genetics or intimacy, PUAH is here to help. PUAH advisors embody a unique synthesis of rabbinical knowledge and specialized training in modern reproductive medicine to provide the best guidance possible. Our counseling and guidance is free-of-charge, helping to ease the difficult journey. All that we do is carried out in accordance to Jewish law, with deep sensitivity Jerusalem
Individuals with disabilities from infancy to adulthood Shalva, the Israel Association for the Care and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities is dedicated to providing transformative care for individuals with disabilities, empowering their families and promoting social inclusion. Jerusalem
Children, Young Adults, and Adults with Special Needs SHEKEL provides solutions for people from all sectors of Israeli society (Jews, Muslims, and Christians, religious and secular) with disabilities such as learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, PDD, Aspergers Syndrome, physical and sensory disabilities, and people requiring nursing care in the areas of independent living, vocational rehabilitation, cultural and leisure activity, therapeutic services, counseling and accessibility. Baed in Jerusalem with locations throughout Israel
Adults with psychiatric disabilities Develops and provides state-of-the-art vocational, supported employment and leisure and recreation psychiatric services in the community Lod
Familes and Couples Family and couples therapy, specialized services such as treatment of trauma and incest, as well as a new mediation program. Jerusalem
Children and teens Shutaf programs are designed for the diverse needs of children with disabilities, including ADD, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities and general developmental delays, while still being a program that can be enjoyed by their peers who don’t have disabilities. Jerusalem
Oleh Teens Non-Therapy resource to help combat difficulties that teens will encounter throughout their journey of Aliyah Virtual
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families The Autism Center includes research, training, clinical services and community engagement for the benefit of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families. Jerusalem
Lone Soldiers Supporting lone soldiers and lone b’not sheirut Jerusalem
Adults, Children and Families Increasing the accessibility to psychological services with short waiting periods and reduced fees to mentally distressed community members, adults, children and families Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University - Ramat Gan
Women The Counseling Center for Women is a therapy center for women; it offers the general public expertise and knowledge regarding therapy with women and on issues connected to a women’s emotional and psychological world, through deep consideration of her unique characteristics and needs, her inner world, her powers and her relationship with the various cycles of her life. Jerusalem, Ramat Gan
Women Intimacy and healthy relationships, Infertility and miscarriage, Body image, Sexual, physical and mental abuse, Women’s health Jerusalem
Men, Women, Couples, Adolescents, Children Services are provided by a range of professionals, including trainees under supervision and staffed therapists (fees range from 40 ILS to 200 ILS per session). The Family Institute has 3 specialized units: Sexual Abuse, Trauma, and Children Jerusalem
Children, adolescents and young adults The Summit Institute offers psychosocial rehabilitation services in Jerusalem - therapeutic communities, vocational support, assisted living, sports and arts groups. Summit also runs a subsidized psychotherapy clinic. Summit also provides psychosocial services for foster families in the southern half of Israel from Jerusalem to Eilat. Throughout Israel
children and parents Yad Rachel leads in the development and operation of educational therapeutic programs for families and children at risk, enabling them to cope more successfully with lifes challenges. Jerusalem, Merkaz (center), and Northern Israel