New Life Program

A recovery program to regenerate life after addiction.

We provide classes that deal with spiritual, emotional and physical issues. The New Life Program (NLP), is a residential addiction treatment program for men, women, and families located at the Gospel Center Rescue Mission.

The Students served by the Program are those most likely to benefit from intensive, residential treatment. We strongly believe that the whole person, including spiritual aspects, family, community, work, education, and environment must be addressed to affect a long-term lifestyle change.

New Life Program Core Values

The Program is flexible, individualized and a progressive process designed to meet the specific needs of each participant in a structured and supportive environment.

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Program Phases

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First Phase
In the NLP’s first phase, the Student (formerly homeless person) must make a six-month commitment with the possibility of an additional eighteen months of after-care.
Second Phase
The second phase of the New Life Program is a six-month commitment where Students start to make and pay restitution to society. They seek and begin employment and/or go to school and pay for program fees.
Final Phase
The final phase is a 12-month commitment, and the Students receive stability in the Hope Housing residences.

A typical day in the life of a Student in the NLP includes:

  • three nutritious meals
  • access to clothing
  • a space in a dormitory
  • evening chapel service
  • group sessions
  • classes
  • individual counseling sessions
  • access to a computer
  • an adult learning center
  • four-hour daily ministry therapy assignment

The New Life Program offers the following: