Family Program
Family Program
The Family Program understands that addiction affects the entire family. Dedicated to providing emotional and spiritual healing, this program guides each family through the process of recovery at Beit T'Shuvah. The Family Program offers comprehensive family treatment including: family support groups, family education groups, multi-family process groups, out of town family immersion weekends, a parents focused Al-Anon group, individual family therapy, as well as consultation and intervention services for families and individuals in crisis.

The Family Education Program:
Our 6-week educational program provides families with an understanding of addiction and offers insight into making healthy changes as a family, fostering the growth and welfare of each of its members. A starting point for families of new residents and families in crisis, this informative group exposes families to what their loved ones are going through and how they can be supportive.

Multi-Family Process Group:
After completing family education, families are brought together with their recovering loved ones. Through group, families are able to make healthy changes and arrive at a place of shared understanding. Currently, over 30 families attend one of our three multi-family process groups on Wednesday evenings.

Family Support Group:
New and veteran families meet weekly for mutual support, hope, and connection, which has been ongoing for more than 15 years. We have learned that having relationships with other individuals in their own process of healing is as paramount as the professional services that we offer.

Family Immersions and Out-of-Town Family Weekends:
During our last Family Weekend in July, more than twenty families from across the nation flew to Los Angeles to participate in this healing event. The weekend surpassed all of our expectations with families describing not only family healing, but also individual transformation, including the desire to live more authentic and passionate lives. Recognizing the transformative nature of our first Family Weekend, we now have scheduled Family Immersion Weekends throughout the year. Please contact our Family Program Director for upcoming scheduled weekends.

Intervention and Consultation services:
The Beit T'Shuvah family program offers intervention and individual consultation to families in crisis that are struggling with issues of addiction, alcoholism, and mental disorders. Interventions include pre-intervention counseling and assessment, referral to the most appropriate treatment program for your loved one, door to door transportation of your loved one to treatment, along with continued family consultation.

For more information about the Family Program please contact Baila Drucker at 310 204-5200 Ext. 222.

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