SHEKEL Therapeutic Center joins Haruv Institute on Hebrew University campus
SHEKEL's Therapeutic Center is moving to Hebrew University's Mt. Scopus campus, where it will be joining the prestigious Haruv Institute, Israel's leading center for training and academic research in the area of abuse.
The newly built Haruv complex, provides a broad variety of services for victims of abuse and neglect under one roof. These include: an emergency center for children and families (Succat Shalom Schusterman); The SHEKEL Therapeutic Center; Child Protection Center (Beit Lynn); Center for Treatment of Child Victims of Sexual Abuse (Meital); The Israel National Council for the Child; and a center for medical simulation.
The location of the complex, on the grounds of the Hebrew University, will allow for increased development of specialized professional training and academic research in the area of abuse and neglect. The complex is accessible to people with every type and degree of disability.
The complex includes signs in three languages, allowing visitors and clients to easily locate the SHEKEL Therapeutic Center.
Buses to the Haruv Intstitute:
1. Bus no. 68 from the Jerusalem central bus station
2. Bus nos. 17, 19, 34 from the center of town (Jerusalem)
3. Bus no. 34 from the industrial zone of Talpiot (Jerusalem)
4. Bus nos. 19, 42 from Kiryat Yovel (Jerusalem)
Get off bus at the bus stop opposite the entrance to Hadassah Hospital, Mt. Scopus, and walk down the disability-accessible pedestrian path.
The SHEKEL Therapeutic Center team will be happy offer further assistance on how to reach the Center and look forward to seeing you at our new location.
Yael Stern, Director of the SHEKEL Therapeutic Center