Adobe neither resells this particular font family nor does it have any individual fonts that have the same, full repetoire of glyphs that Linotype's Helvetica World fonts have (including Western Latin, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Arabic, etc. all in a single font).
I don't know what the quality of these fonts are but I stumbled on this site this morning. It might be worth a look.
I can not comment on the typographic quality of those fonts, but technically many of them seem to come from the last century. They are codepage-based and not Unicode-encoded. They usually contain only a certain subset of glyphs, mainly because in the old days applications could access only 224 characters from a single font (and some font formats could not store more than that). They might work for certain special cases but document exchange and cross-application or cross-platform usage today is based on the Unicode standard.