HCS provides free and subsidized dental care to needy groups such as battered women, poor large families, new immigrants and the elderly.
HCS operates two centers in Jerusalem. A team of highly skilled and experienced dentists. hygienists, technicians and dental assistants treat thousands of patients each month. Of these, nearly one-third receive significant subsidies.
Regular external evaluation of the HCS quality care is provided by the Dental Department of the Israel Ministry of Health which certifies and supervises the HCS clinics.
We wish to open up a new clinic on the outskirts of Jerusalem so that we can better serve the poor living in East Jerusalem who are far from the city center.
HCS inaugurated Embracing the Future, an innovative program that targets youth in Jerusalem.
Health and Community Service Center, co-founded by Chief Rabbi of South Africa, Bernard Casper and Moshe Kahan, envisioned providing medical services to the poor and needy. The Center helps thousands of families monthly from all walks of life and backgrounds.