Founded in 1987, Beit T’Shuvah is a faith-based recovery and rehabilitation program with the mission to restore lost souls and return them to themselves, their families, and their communities.
To strengthen the infrastructure, leadership and sustainability of the organization through a plan that focuses on diversification of funding, restructuring of clinical staff, and a guided leadership transition.
Elaine Breslow Institute for Jewish Clergy and Educators
The Elaine Breslow Institute for Jewish Clergy and Educators provides tools to help hundreds of clergy and Jewish educators identify and support those who are suffering or are on the verge of suffering from addiction.
Expanded Treatment Center
The Expanded Treatment Center provides increased space for existing clients and will provide space for a new teen prevention program, Masters in Social Work and Masters in Family Therapy training, BTS Ventures, the Gamblers Treatment program and improved sanctuary.
Creative Matters enables interns in the recovery program to participate in a year-long vocational training program, which places them in upwardly mobile careers in areas such as graphic and web design, online advertising, and social media marketing.