The most comprehensive and well-organized online repository of information on healthcare-related social rights in Israel. A collaboration between AACI’s Shira Pransky Project and Kol-Zchut (All Rights), this content is regularly updated, expanded and reviewed for accuracy. Organized into Portals and Entries, each portal page serves as a title index of all related information entries under a topic, ranging from narrow topics, like Cancer Patients, to a wide scope, like General Healthcare Rights.
Search the entire All Rights Index here:
Feel free to browse any of the portals appearing here in alphabetical order and read on for more information about the index and how to use it.
Although all of these portals are in English, not every individual entry is yet translated. To date, AACI’s Shira Pransky Project has translated and released about half of the 600 health related pages that we are dedicated to completing. Any link appearing on the website with a small [ע] next to it means that the content is currently only available in Hebrew. Links without an [ע] lead to pages in English.
In addition to the search bar appearing above, the Kol-Zchut website has a search bar in the upper right hand of the screen. This appears on all pages, and you can always enter words related to any topic you would like to learn more about. You may also type in the exact name of any page or portal in this bar (it is case sensitive), and you will automatically be taken to that page or portal.
While much effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of all information on Kol-Zchut, and of course every page contains a legal disclaimer, the system is designed to improve with input from readers. If you find any mistakes or inaccuracies, please note them and click the “Change Proposal” button in the upper right corner of the page or send them, along with any specific requests or feedback to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The All Rights Index is a collaborative project between AACI’s Shira Pransky Project and the Kol-Zchut (All Rights) organization. The Kol-Zchut website offers the most comprehensive and well-organized online repository of information on social rights in Israel, providing information in Hebrew on topics including healthcare, employment, housing, education, poverty and more. This content is regularly updated, expanded and reviewed for accuracy.
AACI’s Shira Pransky Project is currently Kol-Zchut’s only English provider, and we’ve already completed translating and releasing hundreds of pages of healthcare-related content, yet there is still much work to be done. Please consider supporting us as we aim to complete, expand and update this critical resource and offer it at no cost to those in need.
This is an amazing project! Congratulations…There is a real need for this and for publicizing its existence. Perhaps the health funds could be convinced to hand out a page with the website address and basic information on what is available through it in English to each person requesting non-Hebrew information not available through the Kupa itself? And what about the Right to Die with Dignity, Living Will information, even just a link to the forms in English? And to Lilith I believe the organization is called. Thank you and again Mazal Tov to you and to AACI for taking SPP on as part of its services!
Thanks, we are glad the information helped! Regarding some of the issues you requested, check out the “End of Life” Portal.
I wish this site had been made available sooner. At least now, no one has to suffer like I have. More support options and information will ease and enhance their recovery and their quality of life. I still become frustrated and at times, angry because I felt so alone and didn’t know where to go or how to get the help I needed. After I finally received the proper diagnosis, I did receive some rehabilitation which was beneficial. However, I had so much stress and anxiety to deal with for many years and would really have appreciated a social worker. The city kept giving me Russian or Romanian social workers. ??? I am an English speaker who was unable to continue in ulpan due to a head injury. I am thankful that someone thought to create this project. Best wishes in the future.
Hi Reva, Thanks for the support and keep spreading the word so hopefully others will have the information and the resources to lighten their burden in times of crises.