American Friends of NATAL Stand with Israel


The War That Comes After the War

This past summer, Israel was under attack. For 50 days, millions of Israelis were subjected to the trauma of 4500 rockets launched onto their homes. For many Israelis, the war is far from over. Thousands of adults and children are finding themselves unable to function "normally" as they battle with post-traumatic stress. It is critical that these people receive help as soon as possible, in order to reverse the potentially debilitating and lifelong effects of trauma. NATAL is working at full capacity, aiding the country in its recovery and thus ensuring the future health and well being of Israel.  

For more information about NATAL's work during the events of this past summer, watch this video and click on the following links...

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