Template:Infobox Israel village Kfar Zoharim (Template:Lang-he-n, lit. Village of Lights), officially Ramot Yehuda-Zoharim (Template:Lang-he, lit. Judea Heights-Lights), is a village and treatment centre for drug addiction in central Israel. It falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Yehuda Regional Council.
The village was established in 1993 by Jerusalem residents who were former members of the Black Panthers. It was named after the singer Zohar Argov, a singer who had suffered from drug addition. Today it treats around 80 addicts.