The Beit T'Shuvah campus is located in West Los Angeles, just south of the Pico-Robertson area. The facility is a warm, cordial, and inviting setting where approximately 120 residents, at different levels of care, live in a healing atmosphere emphasizing faith-based recovery and the values of the Jewish community.

Resident rooms are double-occupancy and include attached bathrooms. Men's and women's rooms are located in separate buildings of the campus. Our primary resident rooms have been redesigned, remodeled, and newly furnished over the course of the last few years, thanks to the generous and giving spirit of Heidi Bendetson and Rhonda Snyder, who chaired the Beit T'Shuvah Charity Design Project, and their volunteer team of 80 designers. Each new room sports a unique style and feeling - the beauty of recovery is now matched by the beauty of our facilities.

In addition to our primary resident facilities, Beit T'Shuvah also provides additional private living quarters for Extended Care residents who have graduated our Primary Program.

Beit T'Shuvah also offers off-campus living opportunities for our Program graduates, and staff, including two (2) apartment-style locations and a secure, beautifully landscaped compound of four (4) homes. Each home is aesthetically furnished and features fully-equipped kitchens, hardwood floors, and outdoor patios.

In addition to living facilities, the Beit T'Shuvah campus includes a sanctuary for religious services, a kitchen and dining room, a full recording studio, a newly renovated gym with weight systems, an on-site career center, office space for therapy and counseling sessions, and administrative offices.

Beit T'Shuvah is also very proud of our renovated adjacent property. This new facility features a beautiful sanctuary, and houses our intensive outpatient program, as well as enhanced counseling, conference, and meeting rooms, administrative offices, and the Elaine Breslow Institute.

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