New Hope New Life strives to SOLVE the problems related to substance abuse, addiction, and domestic violence via a Holistic program; Body, Mind, and Spirit. Recovery often occurs at all three levels.
New Hope New Life serves the recovery community via peer-to-peer coaching utilizing coaches who are clean and sober, living in recovery several years. All coaches receive certification and continue to grow in knowledge while emphasizing personal experience in overcoming problems with alcohol, other drugs, and domestic issues. New Hope New Life integrates the model of Community Addiction Management Organizations (CAMO’s).
New Hope New Life offers:
Since 2012 New Hope New Life has:
- provided 500 client sessions,
- started up six 12-Step support groups
- trained 12- recovery coaches
- implemented a curriculum-based program at the Montgomery County Jail serving 860 inmates
- developed relationships with three churches interested in recovery
- participated in the planning and the implementation of the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) federal grant that is serving neighborhoods in east Dayton and
- organized door-to-door outreach to opiate users
The agency also has built strong relationships with other entities providing alcohol or drug treatment, worked closely with ADAMHS Board, and the Montgomery County Office of Ex-Offender Reentry (MCOER). Initial assistance with start up of the agency was provided by New Hope Project and additional support has been received from the United Methodist Church and individual donors.
Currently a division of the Life Enrichment Center, New Hope New Life is seeking independent 501c3 status.