Beit T'Shuvah, a Mid-City Los Angeles synagogue and rehab center catering to a mostly Jewish cleintelle, leans on spirituality and the Torah to heal addiction. The facility houses 120 men and women who come from all corners of society. They include heroin junkies, alchoholics, gamblers and sex addicts. Passover was a chance to reflect on how far they've come.
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