At Beit T'Shuvah we are committed to being a place for learning. This is not just for our residents; it is for our staff and community as well. Beit T'Shuvah has participated in a ten year longitudinal study investigating the question of what is fundamentally being recovered in recovery. The study was created and administered by Drs. Charles and Ronnie Blakeney, and provided quantitative and qualitative data, giving scientific validity to Beit T'Shuvah's treatment approach. The study also became the backbone for our handbook, "One Grain of Sand." The introduction to the Handbook and the link to the published article "Leaps of Faith" from our in house research, are available here:

Fanning the Flames Light a Candle Everyone should understand that within each of us a lamp glows, e ...(read more)

Rabbi wants to hear from you, email him with comments or questions about this weeks Torah Portion here.
Friday - Shabbat Services 6:30 PM
Saturday - Torah Study 7:15 AM; Shabbat Services 11:00 AM
We encourage our Beit T'Shuvah community and supporters to please sign up for our online Shabbos Matters that is conveniently sent to your e-mail address every Friday for Shabbat Services. To sign up all we need is your e-mail address, first and last name. Signing up will give you all the latest Beit T'Shuvah news and keep you close and involved in our wonderful growing community.
First Name:

Last Name:


What is plus ?

RT @RabbiMarkAsherG: My Rosh Hashanah sermon on what this rabbi learned in a week at @BeitTShuvah drug and alcohol treatment center. https…

It's okay to ask for help #OverdoseAwarenessDay

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.