The Youth Anonymous Recovery Program in memory of Moshe Dietsch A''H
On the 3rd of Adar Moshe Ben Menachem Mendel returned his soul to his maker , but not after leaving behind a tremendous impact on the lives of countless individuals, family , friends and many others that simply "crossed his path". Moshe like many fought and won battles regularly but unlike many Moshe fought battles alongside anyone that he found to be struggling he took on their struggles as he would his own and is now responsible for what eventually became life changing encounters in many peoples lives . A person that has left the world a better place then he found it. Which is why we have chosen his legacy to build our recovery program on, directly reflecting everything Moshe stood for...respect...support...love and peace unconditionally for all.
What We Are
Recognising the immediate need for addiction support mainly targeting substance abuse and alcohol within the youth of the jewish community we quickly identified a need for an adapted adolescent recovery program . Being that often the age teenagers are coming in struggling with addiction they will not turn to mainstream recovery programs or fellowships and regularly rehab is off the table for various reasons, we have put together along with support and guidance from experts in adolescent recovery from abroad a program based on 12 step recovery that is catered directly to the teenage perspective towards addiction and their substance abuse.
Our vision is to break down the stigma surrounding what is for many a matter of addiction support . Educating parents and community leaders and teachers about the nature and and the solution to the problem empowering people to regain somewhat peace into what often becomes an extremely harmful and chaotic home and family environment. The second part of our vision is directly supporting youth through recovery teaching them core 12 step principles to better manage their lives and reduce active addiction and abusive behavior to the point where Addiction support will be G-D willing another popular and common resource for youth easily tap into