The Michael Levin Base

About the Michael Levin Base

The Michael Levin Base was formed by volunteers and professionals who have vast experience working with the Lone Soldier Community. The base aims to support not only lone soldiers but lone B’not Sheirut as well as olim families and olim soldiers drafting to the IDF. These three communities share some common issues as well as each have their individual needs. The Base hopes to connect these three communities of young people to help create a support network and support for their families.

Programs

NEW OLIM SERVICES

For those olim chadashim (new immigrants), the bureaucratic maze associated with the process of drafting and entering the army is not just unclear and confusing, it is completely overwhelming.
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LONE B’NOT SHEIRUT SERVICES

Lone b’not sheirut are women, who have made Aliyah, and dedicate one - two years of national service instead of serving in the IDF. Since they do not have the familial support in Israel, they experience many of the same challenges as lone soldiers.
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LONE SOLDIER SERVICES

In many cases, it is customary in Israel for soldiers to leave their base on Thursday afternoon / evening and return home. For those Lone Soldiers and lone b’not sheirut, Thursday night becomes a “small window of time” for socializing, accomplishing daily tasks, and relaxation.
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Parents of Olim

Well informed parents are a key element to Lone Soldiers and Lone b’not sheiruts’ successful service. They need to understand their son’s / daughter’s drafting, serving and soon to be released process, procedures and protocols. Read more...

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