A Spiritual Memoir
An honest autobiography of a courageous woman and social worker, who took an interest in the unpopular cause of helping incarcerated Jewish men re-enter society and made it her life's passion. From that passion was born Beit T'Shuvah, a once tiny halfway house that has grown exponentially into a renowned treatment organization. Her voyage is remarkable and an inspiration to all people. This is the personal story of the obstacles she surmounted and the successes she encountered. This book also tells the unconventional love story of Harriet Rossetto and her husband, Rabbi Mark Borovitz.
Harriet Rossetto is the CEO and founder of Los Angeles's renowned nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment organization, Beit T'Shuvah. Harriet received her master's in social work from the University of Minnesota in 1964 and is a much-sought-after speaker in synagogues and community groups as well as a trainer for the National Association of Social Workers. Harriet lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Rabbi Mark Borovitz.