For women and families dedicated to recovery from addiction and other destructive challenges and desiring to rebuild a stable and Christ-centered lives for themselves and their children
New Life Program (NLP)
A nine-plus month residential program which takes a holistic and personalized approach to rebuilding lives physically, mentally, socially and spiritually through individualized case management and counseling, work therapy, adult education, career development and job placement. Clients are required to work toward their GEDs and the program focuses on empowering women with marketable job skills and promoting a healthy lifestyle through fitness and nutrition.
After completing the NLP, graduates are enrolled in our Community New Life Program (see below) where they receive assistance with personal goals toward sustaining their independence. A case manager makes home visits to guide them in strengthening their connection with a local church and other vital resources, empowering them to complete their journeys to becoming stable and productive Christians in their communities.
Servant Leadership Institute (sLi)
Graduates of the NLP may be accepted into the SLi where they are prepared and trained for a career in rescue mission ministry and hold the legal classification of intern. There is no cost to attend the program and the Mission provides room and board in return for up to 20 hours a week of on-the-job training. The student may also hold a part-time job outside the Mission to cover incidental expenses.
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Program residents can access computers for developing workplace skills and participating in online training. Volunteers and staff are also on hand to tutor adult “students” in math, reading and other subjects as they prepare for GED exams.
Community New Life Program
Case management and guidance is provided for neighbors in the community who have their own homes but struggle to remain independent. They have access to the Learning Center and may participate in life-skills and Bible classes at the Family Shelter.