A Unique Technique for Treatment
For over 35 years, Beit T’Shuvah has helped addicts from across the country learn how to live in recovery from addiction and destructive behaviors. Through industry best practices, and an individualized treatment program that prepare each resident for long-term success, our vibrant spiritual community isn’t just about sobriety. It’s about transformation.
What We Offer
- Long-term residential treatment for Substance Abuse Disorder and other destructive behaviors
- A vibrant congregation
- A top-tier gambling program
- A widely-recognized alternative sentencing program
- Intervention services
- Family therapy
- Spiritual Counseling
- General and specialized therapists
Beit T’Shuvah opens its doors in Downtown Los Angeles – a tiny Halfway House for eight men and a single employee: Harriet Rossetto
Beit T’Shuvah receives the Isaiah Award from the Jewish Federation for meeting a previously unmet community need.
With seed funding from The Jewish Community Foundation, Beit T’Shuvah opens a female residential program.
Temple Beit T’Shuvah holds High Holy Day Services for the first time.
The first item sold at The Hal Wiseman House of Return; now known as the BTS Thrift Store.
Beit T’Shuvah moves to 8831 Venice Boulevard in West Los Angeles.
The Susan and Leonard Nimoy Career Center opens.
Partners in Prevention visits its first school.
With a small closet for an office, BTS Communications (now Creative Matters) begins to take shape with the vision of a former resident and a couple of interns.
A partnership with UCLA begins. The Right Action Problem Gambling Program becomes the only state recognized program for the treatment of gambling addiction.
First annual Beit T’Shuvah Run to Save a Soul Team runs The LA Marathon.
The Capital Campaign begins shortly after Beit T’Shuvah purchases the majority of the Venice Boulevard block between Vera and Ivy.
The Comey Avenue property opens, made by Stuart Resnick, offering a transitional living compound to Beit T’Shuvah graduates.
The Israeli Council General David Siegel makes a historic first visit to Beit T’Shuvah.
Beit T’Shuvah launches the Elaine Breslow Institute to educate and train medical and Jewish professionals on recovery and wholeness.
Beit T’Shuvah become accredited by The Joint Commission.
Beit T’Shuvah partners with Drug MediCal to offer unique healing to the Los Angeles community.