Residential Care Sarah Herzog Children's Centre - Afula Emunah's first residential home was built in 1943 for children whose families had perished in the Holocaust. Today it is a residential and day facility for the treatment of at risk and vulnerable children. Currently there are over 45 at risk children between the ages of 8 and 18 who reside full time in the residential campus. In addition there are day care intervention programmes which are attended by 105 needy children who continue to live at home. We provide hot meals for these after school programmes. Recently there have been a number of instances the Emunah centre was called upon by Child Services to take children in on an emergency basis. Immediate protection is provided for those at risk while their personal and family situations are evaluated and permanent arrangements are made. Neve Landy Children's Village - Even Shmuel Built in 2003 as a residential home for 74 severely disturbed and dysfunctional boys who cannot be cared for in any other residential home, this complex provides a home for traumatised children across the entire religious spectrum. For each boy there is an individual programme of study, counselling, therapy and enrichment specially designed to meet their particular needs. Neve Landy requires a counsellor on duty at all times who can watch over the children at night to make them feel safe and secure at all times. Beit Esther, Balint Complex at Beit Elazraki Children's Home - Netanya Built in 1997 this centre provides a home for girls between the ages of 14-18 who are unable to return to their families. Many of the young women who are recipients of this care go on to university and careers as well as many choosing to enter marriage and raise their own children in a loving environment much like the one they experienced with Emunah.