April 16, 2024

The Need for the Resilience Center is Greater Now than Ever Before

Guy Ben Shimon, a survivor from the Nova Music Festival, revealed that approximately fifty survivors have since committed suicide following the tragic event. He goes on to testify at a Parliamentary hearing on the treatment of survivors, highlighting the psychological struggles they face. Survivors described difficulties in accessing mental health support due to bureaucratic hurdles. Naama Eitan, another survivor, shared her traumatic experiences and emphasized the need for better assistance. 

According to recent studies, 600,000 Israelis were awaiting psychological support since October 7. We recognize that the scars run deep, affecting not only the physical landscape but also the hearts and minds of our people. That's why the Eshkol Resilience Center is more important than ever before.

The Eshkol Resilience Center will provide psychological treatment and support to children, the elderly, Holocaust survivors, men, and women who endured the worst massacre of Jews since the Holocaust. It is a sanctuary where hope, healing, and strength are offered to those who need it most. Join us in this noble mission to rebuild Eshkol and heal the hearts of its people. Your support is a beacon of hope for those who have endured so much. Together, we can mend the wounds, rebuild what was lost, and prove that even in the face of adversity, the human spirit remains unbroken. 


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