Drug Rehabilitation

Today more than ever the destructive effects of drug and alcohol abuse threaten every facet of society. For people from all walks of life, drugs too often become a way of coping with unhappiness, loneliness, fear, and stress. The consequences of addiction on their lives -- and on the lives of those around them -- can be truly devastating.

Since 1972 thousands of men from all faiths, all races and all backgrounds have received successful treatment at the Chabad Residential Drug Treatment Center in Los Angeles -- America’s first nonsectarian rehab program run under Jewish auspices. The program has won lasting acclaim by achieving success rates well above the national average.

Chabad views drug and alcohol abuse as a symptom of a deeper problem, and has designed a program that uses psychological therapy and a Twelve Step model to concentrate on the underlying issues that contribute to dependence. We focus on establishing a structure that promotes recovery and improves the quality of life, placing special significance on ethical and moral growth that is so vital to the development of personal integrity.

The goal of the Residential Drug Treatment Center is to give each client the foundation and motivation to lead a drug-free lifestyle as a confident, productive member of society. The Center works to ensure that each graduate has the tools to effectively cope with the psychological, environmental, emotional, and interpersonal triggers of relapse.

Website:  http://www.chabadrehab.com/

Average Annual Figures – 1972-2009

• 69 full-time clients • 1,560 units outpatient care • 9,314 hours individual psychotherapy • 9,868 hours group therapy • 2,756 hours job counseling • 13,780 hours physical activity • 19,345 units shelter • 58,035 meals served • 21 clinical staff • 23 auxiliary staff • Accreditation: National Institute on Drug Abuse, Washington, DC; L.A. County Drug Abuse Office

Take a Closer Look

Second Chance at Life

Larry King talks with Curb Your Enthusiasm director Tom Kramer about his miraculous recovery at the Chabad Residential Treatment Center.

 

Tom Arnold’s Visit

 

A Personal Story of Recovery

 

$180
For your donation of $180, this official sports cap and designer shirt, artfully embroidered with a "sporty interpretation" of the iconic Dancing Rabbi, will be yours to wear and cherish. We thank Action Embroidery for generously sponsoring this gift.

$360
For your gift of $360, this 30"x 30" signed and numbered limited edition lithograph by renowned Israeli artist Raphael Abecassis will grace your home or office. We thank Raphael Abecassis for sponsoring this gift.

$500
For your generous donation of $500, you will receive this custom-made Croton Tonneau Timepiece, featuring a striking black textured dial with Hebrew markers and the iconic Dancing Rabbi. Constructed of stainless steel with a genuine leather strap. We thank the Croton Group for generously sponsoring this gift.

$1,000
For your gift of $1,000, we will send you this Letterman Jacket, joyfully embroidered with the Dancing Rabbi. The combination of high quality leather and rich wool gives this jacket a sophisticated, upscale twist. Made of 24-ounce melton wool with 100% genuine leather sleeves. We thank Action Embroidery for generously sponsoring this gift.

$1,800
For your generous donation of $1,800, Cosmo Collection proudly presents this stunning, new Menorah. Hand-crafted from fine pewter, it is then enameled by-hand and exquisitely inlaid with genuine Swarovski and Austrian crystals. Measuring 13" tall by 13.5" wide, the Menorah is masterfully set on a base of solid wood, and will bring light and comfort to you and your family. We thank Cosmo Collection for generously sponsoring the Menorah, and Awards Plus USA for generously sponsoring the base.

CCV is a new authentication scheme established by credit card companies to further efforts towards reducing fraud for internet transactions. It consists of requiring a card holder to enter the CCV number in at transaction time to verify that the card is on hand.
Visa & MasterCard: This number is printed on your cards in the signature area of the back of the card. (It is the last 3 digits AFTER the credit card number in the signature area of the card).


American Express: This number is printed on the front of your card. (It is the last 4 digits).