Important Update: 92Y remains open
Does not include service & handling fees, if applicable.
As 92Y takes necessary precaution in response to COVID-19, we are now providing this class online via video livestream. Join here. We will continue to use this link for every following session.
We will find ways to connect together during this uncertain time as a community. Please keep safe, and let us know if you need any support.
T’Shuvah Group is geared for people fighting substance abuse, or anyone who has had a history of fighting substance abuse. All are welcome.
T’Shuvah Group creates a safe and challenging space to look at our week, pause, reflect, and consider what we need to do to get closer to creating a life of meaning for ourselves. Finding meaning is at the center of recovery from addictions of all kinds. Everyone has a right for redemption and to form new habits and choices.
To do this we need to dedicate a healthy amount of time and resources toward building a lifetime of recovery. As addiction is a symptom of a divided self, our group can help people to resolve the dichotomy. Living T’shuvah means integrating the spiritual principles of Judaism, authenticity, and transparency. The group is designed to help us study, seek answers and commit to change so that we are better prepared and can face the challenges of life and recovery.
This group will meet on the following dates: April 30, May 7, 14, 21, 28
Registration is free for this series.
T’Shuvah Groups are in collaboration with the T’Shuvah Center, a new long-term, residential recovery community in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.
Programs taking place online:An access link will be emailed to you after purchase.
Programs taking place in our NYC facilities:Please read our safety guidelines before visiting our building.
Programs taking place online and in our NYC facilities:Please select which experience you wish to participate in when registering. Online participants will be emailed an access link after purchase. In-person participants should read our safety guidelines before attending the program.
Rabbi Scott Perlo is leader in the field of Jewish open outreach. He's taught Torah to thousands of unaffiliated Jews, their partners and those interested in Jewish life of any background. For the last ten years, Scott has worked primarily with Millennials, addressing the specific needs of the next generation of Jewish life.
Scott is a veteran of multiple cutting-edge Jewish communities, having served as a rabbi at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, rabbi-in-residence at Moishe House and The Professional Leaders Project, and intern at IKAR in Los Angeles. Scott leads trips ...
Scott is a veteran of multiple cutting-edge Jewish communities, having served as a rabbi at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, rabbi-in-residence at Moishe House and The Professional Leaders Project, and intern at IKAR in Los Angeles. Scott leads trips for Honeymoon Israel, was a founding member of the Jewish Emergent Network and is a Wexner Field Fellow.
A regular writer, Rabbi Perlo has been published in The Washington Post, The Forward and The Huffington Post, among other publications.
A California native, he gets back to his beloved Pacific Ocean to surf and to dive whenever he can. He lives in New York with his partner, Yael, a Constitutional lawyer, and son.
Rabbi Igael "Iggy" Gurin-Malous is a renowned Talmud teacher, spiritual counselor, artist, and educator. He grew up between Belgium, Israel, ( so expect him to be well dressed and blunt) and the United States in a traditional Jewish Orthodox home. He is a frequent author, speaker, teacher and contributor on subjects ranging from Talmud, Jewish text, spirituality, Addiction, recovery, fatherhood, and LGBTQI+ issues.
Today he is the founding rabbi and CEO of T’shuvha Center, a new long term Jewish recovery community in Bedstuy Brooklyn. Formerly the Director of ...
Today he is the founding rabbi and CEO of T’shuvha Center, a new long term Jewish recovery community in Bedstuy Brooklyn. Formerly the Director of Spiritual counseling at Beit T’Shuvah in Los Angeles. He is also Temple Israel of Hollywood Talmud Scholar in Residence, teaching weekly classes on Interpreting Talmud. Igael also serves on the board and faculty at the Academy of Jewish Religion of California.