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Beit Halochem

Beit Halochem, meaning ‘House of Warriors’, was established to look after wounded Israeli veterans and to provide them with a rehabilitative infrastructure where they receive respite and the opportunity to regain the dignity and quality of life they deserve. The organisation also looks after civilian victims of terror attacks. Today, the 54,000 Beit Halochem members (this includes the 3,000 new members since October 7th) are given a new lease of life at our four Rehabilitation Centres based in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and Beer Sheva. They remain members of the organisation for the rest of their lives. With help from donors, a fifth and final Rehabilitation Centre is being built in Ashdod. This new facility will accommodate 6,700 veterans, together with their families, this amounts to more than 14,500 people.

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