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for frum English speakers living in (or interested in living in) Eretz Yisroel

Chareidi resources page of Nefesh B’Nefesh

A collaborative informational site on life in Eretz Yisroel, with a focus on Chareidi immigrants from English-speaking countries, from Yeshivish, Chassidish, Heimish and similar backgrounds.

One-stop organization for information, guidance and crisis management for Eretz Yisroel’s English speaking population.

Focused on promoting successful Chareidi aliyah from North America – as a goal that is practical, attainable and worth striving for – by providing information and education about all of the practical aspects of setting up one's life in Eretz Yisroel, as well as a full picture of life in Eretz Yisroel (schools, communities, parnassah opportunities etc.), with its tremendous benefits and also its challenges.


Nachliel is producing a groundbreaking documentary series entitled "Brick by Brick" How American Chareidim are breaking stereotypes and rebuilding Eretz Yisrael.

Naava Kodesh was created to help members of US Torah communities navigate the challenges in establishing their residence in  Eretz Yisroel.
By connecting applicants to people with similar backgrounds, occupations and lifestyles as their own, they are able to get the information they need in finding appropriate communities, housing, education and employment.

Servicing the Anglo community in Eretz Yisroel for Aliya related educational guidance and support.

EPIC Family (formerly Yedidim) has developed a unique mentoring system which greatly increases the rate of success and achievement. We pair the youth with mentors who work with them, giving them the tools to better prepare for their future.  These tools can be emotional, social, and/or academic. Our on-staff social workers and counselors work closely with the mentors, schools, parents and other involved professionals to ensure the best care and maximum growth for every child.

Parents are offered support services as well. These include our school referral system, parental guidance and support, and therapy. We host lectures and workshops on various parenting-related topics. A yearly Shabbaton provides Chizuk and tools for those raising children in the Israeli Chareidi school system.

Forum for exchange of information and ideas to help the English-speaking Yeshiva/Chareidi community settle in Eretz Yisroel, with a focus on affordable housing and suitable community

We know what it’s like to feel lost in a foreign country, frustrated with policies that change so often, confused by indecipherable paperwork, lonely without family members — and having nowhere to turn. Newcomers Guide is committed to helping you at every step of the way. In this resource, you’ll find information on nearly every aspect of life in Israel, such as navigating the medical system, dealing with governmental offices and other challenging experiences in Israel.

You’ll discover our guide to trips, vacations and restaurants. Additionally, we feature a comprehensive business directory; a detailed map section and the contact information for dozens of important organizations, institutions and gemachim. And of course, you’ll find the phone numbers of thousands of English-speaking residents like you. And more!

Mesila helps families achieve financial stability by learning to manage their money properly.

We offer a comprehensive coaching process that helps hundreds of families in Israel and around the world every year. Financial coaching is available in person for those in cities with a Mesila branch and via phone or Skype for those in other areas.

A range of practical halachic and hashkafic resources that can help you explore fulfillment of the Torah commandment of living in Eretz Yisroel.

The Shira Pransky Project brings successful healthcare navigation to English-speaking Israeli immigrants. Our models of healthcare advocacy and information outreach empower all populations struggling in Israeli Healthcare to access their rights and the best possible care.

All Rights is a partial translation (697 articles) of Kol Zchut ("כל זכות"), the leading site about rights and entitlements in Israel

Did you make aliyah in high school? If so, this website is for you! It will help you combat challenges that you will face in your travels as a new oleh/olah.

-     Navigate the Israeli school system

-     Integrate into Israeli society

-     Hear tips from other teens who were once in your position

Are you intrigued? Click below to find out more information in these areas, as well as many others, to help you in your aliyah journey.


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