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Lital desperately wanted to get away from home 鈥 and her absent mother was fine with her request.

When she was 13, Lital came to Beth Oloth.

They had every reason to say no.

Besides the underlying trauma, Lital had been exposed to so much, she could be a negative influence to her dorm mates. But Beth Oloth doesn鈥檛 turn any Jew away.

Beth Oloth went above and beyond, investing in a social worker and therapist to heal a disillusioned Lital from her past.

After many wonderful years living in Beth Oloth, Lital is now a morah, happily married to a maggid shiur, and building a beautiful Torah home.

It鈥檚 a 180-degree turn, one anyone who remembers younger Lital cannot believe.

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