Virtual Programming

FEATURED EVENTS

How do we tell the story of now? Of recovery? Of COVID-19? Of destruction and redemption? On Tisha B’Av, we tell the story of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in order to act towards redemption. Join our Beit T’Shuvah community for a Tisha B’Av experience about how we write our stories of now – from destruction to redemption.

Zoom
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7470980282?pwd=K2I1YStURFVKNnJrcGhzdWFIY2s2UT09

Meeting ID: 747 098 0282
Passcode: EBI2020

If you would like to attend and to receive a zoom link please contact JCoventry@beittshuvah.org

View the weekly shmattah here

Join us for our weekly Zoom Family Support Group every Wednesday from 6pm-7:15pm PST. In these meetings, led by BTS Founder and Clinical Director, Harriet Rossetto, we will be talking about identifying shared fears and the importance of NOT making decisions from the place of fear; gain more insight into how codependency and enmeshment contribute to the “Family Disease of Addiction.”

Zoom Meeting ID:  892 3599 7819
Password:  288518

This group is for families of our current and past residents. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Family Program Manager, Elena Bahar, ebahar@beittshuvah.org, 310-204-5200, ext.222.

Click here for ways to get involved.

“Do not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor” (Leviticus 19:16). Silence is violence. Look for racism in yourself and in your circles. Root it out. Hold yourself and others accountable.

The prioritization of property and tranquility over black and brown lives is not in line with our Jewish values. Our values and our humanity compel us to protest the murder of George Floyd and the generational pain caused by racism in this country. We have provided action steps and educational resources generated by communities committed to making a change in our country. Black Lives Matter.

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Beit T’Shuvah and the Elaine Breslow Institute invite you participate in this spiritual challenge!

Click here to learn more!

WEEKLY EVENTS

https://zoom.us/j/286111196?pwd=NFVmcG9obDg5Qi9WSHJONW9DK1JnUT09
Dial-in by Phone: 669.900.6833
Meeting ID: 286 111 196
Password: recovery

https://zoom.us/j/4526851337
Dial-in by Phone: 669.900.9128
Meeting ID: 452 685 1337
For other AA meetings click here

Friday, April 3rd at 6:30pm
Friday Night Services by zoom

https://zoom.us/j/237072458?pwd=TzVZRmVUSTNPT2dCNzl2b0l5d0hmdz09
Dial-in by Phone: 669.900.9128
Meeting ID: 237 072 458
Password: 211687

https://zoom.us/j/353786763?pwd=dWhyMTB6R0VKWWV5NHZ2bFFUdFJTUT09
Meeting ID: 353 786 763
Password: 220882

https://zoom.us/j/353786763?pwd=dWhyMTB6R0VKWWV5NHZ2bFFUdFJTUT09
Meeting ID: 353 786 763
Password: 220882

Partners in Prevention is now offering their program – webinars, lectures, one-on-one mentoring, and more – virtually.

If you are interested in hosting a program for your teens, please email Jessica at jfishel@beittshuvah.org or call 310-204-5200 ext. 236

Learn more about Partners in Prevention here.

RESOURCES

From our Community

Last Call features musings from residents and community members: www.lastcall.blog

The T’Shuvah Center NYC: https://myemail.constantcontact.com/We-re-Here-To-Help–Virtual-Support-Groups.html?soid=1131402980265&aid=VSxONDX27tg

AA Online

Virtual meetings are happening virtually at all times: https://beittshuvah.org/aaonline/

Mental Health

CDC: Mental Health and Coping: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/managing-stress-anxiety.html

LA County Department of Mental Health: https://dmh.lacounty.gov/covid-19-information/

Activities

Reading

Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/

Open Library: https://openlibrary.org/

Internet Archive Books: https://www.archivebooks.org/

Culture

Tour LA’s museums online: https://laist.com/2020/03/23/museum_from_home_socal_museums_offering_art_and_activities_online.php

For Parents

For children 5-10: https://www.stopbreathethink.com/kids/

Activities, shows, coloring pages: https://www.pbs.org/parents/

PAST EVENTS

If you missed Shavuot or want to see it again, check out the recordings: Part 1 / Part 2