Our faith-based, residential New Life Program addresses the complex needs of men and women struggling with the life-dominating issues related to substance abuse. The curriculum includes counseling, case management, work therapy and 15 hours of classroom education weekly, with focus on three key areas of life transformation.
Men and women gain an understanding of the Bible through study and devotions, and grow relationally and spiritually within a small-group environment.
Through the Genesis Process and group and individual counseling, students learn relapse prevention strategies and grow in a supportive environment with nurturing staff and volunteers.
Participants receive professional guidance toward development in self-care and career preparation, as well as advocacy support for addressing legal, medical and financial challenges.
Our Men’s Supportive Housing Program and Women’s Supportive Housing Program provides men and women who graduate from our New Life Program – as well as from other Christian programs – with transitional housing, case management, and in-house apprenticeship positions to assist them in their transition to independent living.
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Call Dane or Shylethia to find out how you begin your journey to recovery.