Addiction is a symptom of divided self; an unhealthy dependence on substances or compulsive activities to provide a temporary sense of wholeness and well-being. It is a "dis-ease" of body, mind, soul and spirit. Recovery therefore requires an integrative approach. The Integrative Recovery Model at Beit T'Shuvah is a unique blend of Jewish spirituality, cognitive behavioral therapy, 12-step philosophy and the creative arts. The ambiance of the residential setting is both a therapeutic and welcoming community.

Beit T'Shuvah is a nonprofit organization that depends on the help of its community to ensure its survival. This is why it is vital that we have a strong network of support. Whether you are already a supporter, want to be a part of our spiritual community, or are interested in ways that you can help - it is never too late to get involved. There are many different ways to help us.

Becoming a member of our unique community makes a statement that you are committing to your own personal spiritual growth. Together, we work to recover our passion and discover our purpose, individually and as a community. We want to welcome you into Congregation Beit T'Shuvah so that you can join with us in the meaningful journey towards congruency, authenticity, and living well.

Sober Birthday Cakes at Shabbat
We love sharing in the joy when our community members come to Shabbat to celebrate their sobriety milestones. To sign-up to take a sober birthday cake and/or see who is taking cakes this month,
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I have to thank Jon Esformes this week. Jon is an Alumnus, a Board Member and our Honoree this year ...(read more)

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