Group Therapy for Sexually Abusive Boys: Summary of Measurement Results of the Outcomes Initiative Pilot
Mental Health Services in Israel: Needs, Patterns of Utilization and Barriers – Survey of the General Adult Population
MJB's study of mental health care usage in advance of a national reform
Patterns of Utilization of Mental Health Services by Persons with Severe Mental Illness: Consumer Survey
Attracting Medical Residents to the Periphery and to Medical Specialties in Crisis following the 2011 Collective Agreement
Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Eshet Chayil (Woman of Valor) Program
This report presents a cost-benefit analysis of the Eshet Chayil program implemented by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (MOLSA).
Children and Youth at Risk in Israel
The goal of the National Program for Children and Youth at Risk is to change the way that Israeli society copes with children and youth at risk and to enhance and strengthen the services for them in the community. This is the third report in the series.
Children and Youth with Disabilities who are Subjected to Abuse and Neglect: Estimated Prevalence in Israel
Education Programs and In-Service Training in Palliative Care in Israel – Current Situation
The study is intended to identify and describe all the educational activity on palliative care that has been conducted in Israel in the past decade, and try to classify the programs in separate categories.
Information Management Systems in Social Services: Insights and Guidelines for the Development of Systems Supporting Outcome Oriented Management & Practice
The Integration of Ethiopian-Israeli Adolescent Boys
The current study is the first to examine the factors that contribute to the gap between the Ethiopian-Israeli boys and the girls.
Principles of Best-Practice, Culturally-Competent Work with Ethiopian-Israeli Maltreated Children, Using the Method of Learning from Success
This book marks a collaborative effort by the Haruv Institute, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB); and social workers and para-professionals from Ethiopian-Israeli community who work in Social Service Departments (SSDs). The goal of the book is to promote therapeutic work with Ethiopian-Israeli children suffering from abuse and neglect. The project was one of many efforts invested by Haruv to instill cultural competence in the area of child protection and development.
Developing a National Index of Child Maltreatment in Israel
In May 2015 the MeHalev Initiative was launched under the auspices of the Haruv Institute. It was designed to promote activities for the prevention and reduction of child maltreatment in Israel. As part of the Initiative, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute was asked to develop an inclusive national index to measure the extent of the problem. In this report, we present the process of developing the index, the guiding principles, and the recommendation for implementation.