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Rehabilitation of the Mentally Disabled in the Community Law, 2000

The Knesset; Government of Israel Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides Israel 31 December 2000 Legislation/regulation community, disability, rehabilitation

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The purpose of this Law is to strive for and advance the rehabilitation and integration of the mentally disabled in the community in order to allow them to achieve the maximum degree of functional independence and the highest possible quality of life, while preserving their dignity in the spirit of the Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty.

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