Israel Elwyn (IE) was established in 1984 and operates in collaboration and support of the Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Social Services; Ministry of Education; Ministry of Health and local municipalities nationwide. IE serves more than 5,200 people with disabilities including toddlers, children, teenagers, young people, adults and seniors.

Among our programs: Early Intervention Centers; extended school day program in kindergarten and special education schools; Transitional programs for teenagers and young adults; Support programs for young adults who volunteer in National Service; Training and employment in the competitive job market; Adult Day Centers; Retiree programs; Supported Living Services; Self-Advocacy programs in the community; Cultural and Recreational Programs.

We believe that every person is capable of self-advocacy and standing up for his or her rights thus enabling the individual to take responsibility for his or her own life, to have an impact on the community and to fulfill his or her needs and wants.


Our commitment to a safe environment and safeguarding

Every person is entitled to live in a safe and respectful environment, which protects them from abuse, exploitation or neglect. A commitment to a safe environment is a core value in all of our programs, as we are obligated to act responsibly and consistently to create a safe environment for service recipients and staff, while increasing awareness through prevention and action.

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