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Our Partners

The ITC harnesses the collective knowledge, expertise and experience of Israel’s leading NGO's and government organizations- as no organization can do this work alone. We partner with over 40 individuals and organizations, together we are a multi-disciplinary network of experts that provides extensive solution sin Israel and abroad, tailored to the needs of the population.

Our partners are the following organizations:

JDC

Joint Israel is an American Jewish organization, working for the most vulnerable populations, JDC with its the Israeli government partners, authorities and organizations, initiates, plans and develops programs and services to strengthen the system of services Israeli society

Mashaabim

Mashabim Center is located in Kiryat Shmona, and is engaged in the preparation, treatment and rehabilitation interventions for families and groups dealing with crises as well as municipalities, government agencies, emergency intervention agencies, and financial and business systems.

Since its establishment, the center was provided over 150,000 hours of care. In addition, the unit's Higher Education Center offers training and workshops for professionals who wish to enhance their knowledge.

Natal

Natal, victims of national trauma, is a nonprofit, non-political organization, established for the following purposes:

Constitute a multi-disciplinary treatment for trauma victims and their relatives.

Work in the community for prevention, intervention and training in calm and in emergency.

Serve as a training center, teaching and training professionals in the field of trauma.

A center to promote knowledge and research.

Raise awareness regarding national trauma in Israeli society.

SELAH

Since its founding in 1993, SELAH has given care, support, and hope to more than 25,000 immigrants coping with tragedy and disaster.

 

SELAH's emergency teams – trauma experts as well as trained volunteers –respond to disaster in real time. Along with the critical practical aid, they provide a shoulder to lean on during the emergency and well beyond. Our volunteers include survivors of terror attacks and other tragedies themselves, who offer a unique perspective based on their first-hand experience.

 

Faced with the challenge of providing for the special needs of immigrants coping with trauma, SELAH has developed a variety of culture-sensitive programs that bring together immigrants struggling with traumatic loss and provide opportunities for sharing pain and mobilizing resources.

 

Amcha

The Israeli Center for Psychosocial Support of Survivors of the Holocaust and the Second Generation. Founded in 1987 by a group of Holocaust survivors.

The association offers a variety of services and activities within the framework of the many branches and clubs all over the country.

Eran

Eran is a humanitarian service, offering psychological first aid over the phone and the Internet, while ensuring complete confidentiality and anonymity. Any person in crisis, who feels loneliness, disappointment, despair, thinking about suicide or is in mental distress, will find a sympathetic ear with Eran. Eran volunteers try to help through conversation, and together seek solutions and provide information and guidance to various assistance services.

Mahut

Mahut Israel Group is an association of professionals from various fields who work together for many years in the field of building resilience and emergency preparedness.

Hadassah

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC) is to create a continuum of care in the trauma field, response and preparedness, by leveraging diverse resources to initiate, prioritize, and optimize services.

In the past 13 years  the ITC has proven its effectiveness in partnering with over 60 organizations including government ministries and Home Front Command to ensure a comprehensive view of the trauma field, timely delivery of needed services, resilience building at a personal, community and national level and influencing policy.