City Notes

$1 million parent-children center launched in Haifa.

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NORTH A center for parents and children opened in Haifa’s Kiryat Eliezer neighborhood last week, as part of a program run by the Haifa-Boston Connection, an organization founded by Combined Jewish Philanthropies and the Haifa Municipality in 1989, to strengthen collaboration between the two sister cities.

The program, called Horim Bamerkaz (Parents at the Center), will provide guidance to parents starting from pregnancy, to give them tools to help their children avoid becoming atrisk youths down the road.

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