The Kamah Association –Curative Community at Harduf strives to create, together with the members of Kibbutz Harduf, a protective and integrated environment for children and adults in need of special support. The association operates the Kamah Center - the Joseph and Christina Kasierer center for curative communities that was established and developed in the years 2005-2010. The center organizes and provides services to all the employment-related, therapeutic, and cultural activities of the Kamah communities' members, and houses the organization's offices.
Located in Kibbutz Harduf, the Kamah Center includes two buildings connected by an inner courtyard. The complex was planned as a space enabling integration and collaboration for many people with a variety of different needs. Members of the Kamah communities are in charge of the center’s garden, which meshes harmoniously with the surrounding nature of the Galilee.
The Kamah Center is home to several rooms and halls where community members learn and participate in various areas of employment and handicrafts that have curative qualities. These include the manufacture of recycled paper products; handmade items created using various techniques; working in the central kitchen that provides food to the Kamah communities and employs Beit Elisha members; a multi-purpose hall; a ceremonies room; and the coffee shop and Gallery where locally-made products are being sold. In addition, there’s also a learning center that serves the students of Beit Tuvia in the afternoon hours, and treatment rooms for social workers and art therapists.