Leadership
Our leaders, professional staff, and volunteers reflect the Integrative Model of Recovery. Harriet Rossetto, L.C.S.W. is both the C.E.O. and supervises the Clinical Department which includes a staff of trained therapists, interns, and chemical dependency counselors. She also supervises the Development Department and the Financial Office. Rabbi Mark Borovitz and Cantor Rachel Goldman Neubauer lead services, officiate at life cycle events, and provide spiritual and pastoral counseling to residents and the greater community.

Beit T'Shuvah is committed to hiring our graduates in all capacities whenever feasible. Of the approximately 50 employees, more than half are Beit T'Shuvah residents or alumni.


This week’s Parsha is Nitzavim/Vayelech. This translates to standing/going. It is a perfect way to ...(read more)

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@Rabbi_Mark talks about guilt. How do we use guilt to avoid taking responsibility? @JewishJournal http://t.co/EHziSlnlHy

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