Introduction:

Homeless individuals who are wheelchair bound or who receive a disability allowance from the National Insurance Institute may be entitled to rent an apartment in public housing in accordance with the conditions detailed below
For more information see the Government Services and Information website


Homeless individuals who are wheelchair bound or who receive a disability allowance from the National Insurance Institute may be entitled to rent an apartment in public housing in accordance with the conditions of eligibility.

Who is Eligible?


How to Claim It?

  • The process of getting public housing is made up of the following steps:
  • Public housing eligibility is for two years as long as the residents do not become homeowners or partial homeowners.
  • During the waiting for a public housing apartment stage, priority will be given to:
    1. Those eligible who have a medical problem that requires them to live on a low or ground floor (according to the opinion of a medical committee).
    2. Those who receive disability pensions from the National Insurance Institute.

Additional Rights for Disabled Individuals Eligible for Public Housing

Court Rulings

  • For court rulings related to public housing, click here.

Aid Organizations

  • For a comprehensive listing of organizations that provide housing assistance, click here.

Government Agencies

Laws and Regulations

Additional Publications

Additional Publications

Credits

  • Original information provided by the Sapir College Social Rights Legal Clinic.
  • English translation and maintenance by The Shira Pransky Project.