Soul Savers Initiative
We're on a journey to help souls in need, but we can't do it alone. Pick the campaign that speaks to you- from giving addicts second chances to making sure everyone can be a part of our community-there are various ways you can be the difference.

The SoulSavers Initiative enables you to be an integral force in helping to create "Beit T'Shuvah miracles" by committing to annual giving on a sustaining basis. Beit T'Shuvah is committed to never turning away an addict in need, regardless of their financial situation. Your annual gift will help us to continue offering life-saving treatment and aid countless addicts on their path toward living well. The SoulSavers Initiative has multiple tiers. One can participate in Sacred Scholarship, in Launch a Life, or in Buy a Brick. Each of these membership levels will allow you to directly sponsor our Beit T'Shuvah programs, our facility, and the souls we work on saving each and every day, every day of the year, year in and year out. Join us in this holy mission.. you can save a life, you can save a soul.

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RT @OnlyInBOS: End the stigma. Work together. Provide support. Today is National #OverdoseAwarenessDay.

RT @JewishJournal: The #OpioidEpidemic is a Jewish epidemic as well. @BeitTShuvah @Chabad

We are doing our best to help our children recover from the Opioid Crisis.