Jerusalem Branch Expands

The Jerusalem branch of Ezer Mizion recently relocated to its new, spacious quarters in Givat Shaul, with the goal of expanding the range of services offered to residents of the city and its environs.
“Choosing Life”: That’s the motto that has been synonymous with Ezer Mizion for many years – helping every person, no matter who, to overcome his challenges and difficulties and choose life. With this in mind, Ezer Mizion operates a very broad spectrum of services for the community: a medical support network, food services for patients and their families, free loan of medical and rehabilitative equipment, transport of patients and mobility impaired, supportive services for special children, mental health rehabilitation, community social services, volunteering, and more.
Ezer Mizion devotedly and professionally envelops patients and other service recipients in a broad network of unique and innovative services, providing them with caring, sensitive assistance. Due to the extensive activity going on in the Jerusalem branch, the people at Ezer Mizion felt that the previous quarters were insufficient for their purpose. A bigger, roomier location was necessary to house the branch so as to serve the many applicants for assistance in a respectable, inviting manner, and also to enable the branch to develop additional services, identify needs, and create innovative ways to extend assistance to everyone who needs it.
After an intensive search, the perfect place was found, one that was appropriate for Ezer Mizion’s activities and approach. At this very time, the branch moved to its new location – 11 Beit Hadefus Street, Givat Shaul. The people at Ezer Mizion are hopeful that, with G-d’s help, the move will enable them to enhance the work of existing divisions and to develop new services so as to enable all Jerusalem residents to “choose life.”
The new building is comprised of two and a half floors housing: a kitchen, volunteer division, equipment loan center, cancer patient support division, therapy center for children at risk with an ill parent, a center for empowerment of parents of special needs children, and a mental health rehabilitation department.

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