Haverut in the Community

Building a Healthy Society

The Communal Space

Broadening our vision beyond the setting of the medical center, Haverut identified that many individuals struggle to cope with aging, chronic illness, significant life transitions, as well as other challenges, including loneliness. In response, Haverut has developed a number of programs that focus on enhancing spiritual resilience in the community.

We believe that a healthy society is a holistic one, in which illness and loss are combined with creativity and spirit, and in which all aspects of life, including death, are recognized.

Connecting to Spiritual Resources

Textual study, breathing, music, art, writing, and nature are all used as a basis for thinking and talking about meaning and purpose.

Death and dying are perceived as a natural part of life that we can take responsibility over and prepare for, much like marriage, childbirth, and parenting.

Our Projects

Prescriptions for Life

A unique program that provides participants with a variety of tools to help cope with the challenges of difficult transitions, illness, ageing, and loss.

Music for Senior Citizens

Healing music for senior citizens in their homes, or in community centers and other relevant facilities.

The Einat Club

The goal of this program is to improve the quality of life for patients and their families in the rehabilitation center of Hadassah University Hospital Mt. Scopus.

Wartime Programming

During this difficult period, we seek to add light into the world and continue to speak the language of the spirit

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