The Sarah Ronson Crisis and Intervention Centre


Sarah Ronson resizeThis centre, built in 2007, gives long term support and counselling to residents of Sderot coping with the trauma and after-effects of life under fire. It provides much needed support and a 24 hour helpline for those too afraid to leave their homes. It is hoped that one day when there is peace in the area the building will be used as a Day Care Centre.

Every attack on Sderot brings with it physical and emotional devastation. The damage caused by each missile reaches homes and schools, as children and adults are forced to accept a life of fear, anxiety and uncertainty.  Today there are 13 professional staff members and there are more than 200 clients receiving crucial support from the centre.  This includes children, parents and other family member as the need arises.

The cooperation with the municipal and professional frameworks continues, and new joint projects are planned.
The alternative therapy programme is being expanded so that people currently on the waiting list for help can be supported.


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The Sarah Ronson Crisis and Intervention Centre

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