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Our activities during the iron-swords-war

 

Professor Mooli Lahad founded the “Community Stress Prevention Center” (CSPC) in 1981 at the northern confrontation line of Israel, pioneering psychosocial preparation for emergencies. As a global leader in community stress prevention, CSPC has played a crucial role in developing intervention, treatment, and recovery methodologies.

CSPC is a renowned NGO actively training and addressing emergencies, crises, and disasters worldwide. Locally, we collaborate with government ministries, municipalities, and communities, and internationally, we’ve contributed to major recovery efforts, including during the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, the economic crisis in Greece, and responses to terrorist attacks.

Efforts to enhance resilience involve collaborations with municipal authorities and government agencies. CSPC established remote therapeutic assistance centers, providing counseling in various languages and leading psycho-social assistance during emergencies.

Emergency Activities During the War:
  • Resilience Centers

 Galilee East and West provide emergency mental support to half a million residents in the northern conflict zone.

  • Professional Helplines Operating 18 hours a day, these helplines offer focused treatment for anxiety and trauma in Hebrew, Arabic, English, and Russian.
  • Wide-Scale Mental Support – Assisting children, families, soldiers, and professionals, we’ve expanded our training system to address the shortage of mental health professionals.
  • Training Initiatives – We trained therapy teams, educated educational teams, and provided ongoing advice to government ministries.
  • Trauma Support for Children (Puppetherapy) – Using puppet theater, we prevent PTSD in early childhood with programs for displaced families in Eilat.
  • Mental Support for Immigrants and Refugees – Offering individual therapy and resilience workshops in multiple languages, focusing on refugees from Ukraine.
  • Mental Support for Arab Society – Expanding services, providing tailored support, and operating a professional therapy helpline in Arabic.
  • Ongoing Research – Exploring PTSD treatments and mapping resilience factors, emphasizing reducing acute stress symptoms. Participating in a study on integrative treatments in evacuation centers.

Through ongoing efforts, CSPC remains dedicated to providing vital mental health services, leading emergency response, and fostering community, national, and international resilience.

The Galilee East and Galilee West Resilience Centers

לוגו מרכז חוסן גליל מזרחי

East Galilee Resilience Center

לורם איפסום דולור סיט אמט, קונסקטורר אדיפיסינג אלית לפרומי בלוף קינץ תתיח לרעח. לת צשחמי צש בליא, מנסוטו צמלח לביקו ננבי, צמוקו בלוקריה.

מרכז חוסן גליל מערבי

West Galilee Resilience Center

לורם איפסום דולור סיט אמט, קונסקטורר אדיפיסינג אלית לפרומי בלוף קינץ תתיח לרעח. לת צשחמי צש בליא, מנסוטו צמלח לביקו ננבי, צמוקו בלוקריה.

CSPC operates the two resilience centers along the northern conflict line, the Western Galilee, the Eastern Galilee, and the Golan.

The West Galilee and East Galilee resilience centers provide mental support to 38 municipalities, including about half a million residents.

The centers were established to strengthen the municipalities, community, and personal resilience of the residents of the area and promote emergency preparedness. and operate under the Supreme Committee for Resilience Centers in the Ministry of Health.

The resilience centers train, promote, and strengthen the municipalities and the community in emergency preparedness, constitute an accompanying and caring body during civil and security emergencies, and provide professional assistance in the management of emergency incidents and psychosocial torture in times of crisis and in the rehabilitation processes.

Resilience Centers – Galilee East and West provide emergency mental support to half a million residents in the northern conflict zone.

לוגו מרכז חוסן גליל מזרחי

CSPC operates the two resilience centers along the northern conflict line, the Western Galilee, the Eastern Galilee, and the Golan.

The West Galilee and East Galilee resilience centers provide mental support to 38 municipalities, including about half a million residents.

The centers were established to strengthen the municipalities, community, and personal resilience of the residents of the area and promote emergency preparedness. and operate under the Supreme Committee for Resilience Centers in the Ministry of Health.

The resilience centers train, promote, and strengthen the municipalities and the community in emergency preparedness, constitute an accompanying and caring body during civil and security emergencies, and provide professional assistance in the management of emergency incidents and psychosocial torture in times of crisis and in the rehabilitation processes.

איזו התרגשות!
עלינו לאוויר עם אתר חדש!
אנחנו עובדים במרץ כדי להוסיף ולעדכן.
שווה לחכות, הולך להיות מעניין!

We are working on our new English website.
In the meantime, you are welcome to contact us in any matter: cspc@icspc.org

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