Young women in rehab at “Reishit” Center have successfully completed a unique vocational training program
In a particularly moving ceremony, 14 women coping with mental illness completed their vocational training at Bayit Cham’s “Reishit” center.
Bnei Brak mayor Rabbi Chanoch Zeibert has set a mezuzah in one of the new Bayit Cham branches and held a professional work session with Bayit Cham Director Rabbi Arie Munk, the organization’s founder and President Rabbi Shmuel Munk, division heads and professional staff directors.
Bnei Brak mayor Rabbi Chanoch Zeibert has set a mezuzah in one of the new Bayit Cham branches and held
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Bayit Cham believes in human potential and opens doors to a promising future.
Believing in a person’s capabilities instills in him hope for change; it challenges him to integrate into family life, society and employment on equal terms despite mental health disabilities.
Bayit Cham was established in 1997 in order to promote mental health by providing a variety of treatment and rehabilitation solutions. Throughout the years since its inception, Bayit Cham has redefined mental health care and reduced the confining stigma associated with mental illness.
Every time I look back, I am so moved to see how each of the tens of thousands of people we believed in flourished and re-integrated into the fabric of family life, society and the workplace.
We will continue to provide services faithful to our beliefs: love of humanity, taking social responsibility, affecting societal change and giving equal opportunity to all people.
offering counseling and guidance
on mental health issues