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NEW LIFE FOR YOUTH, RICHMOND, Virginia

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Address: 205 TURNER ROAD
RICHMOND, Virginia  23224  
United States
Number of People Being Served: 500
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Mission Statement


New Life For Youth was founded in 1971 by Victor & Carmen Torres. From the beginning, our mission has been to provide youth, adults, and families with an effective and comprehensive Christian faith-based solution to life-controlling drug and alcohol problems in order to become productive members of society. By applying biblical principals, New Life For Youth endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive. Since 1971... New Life For Youth has been recognized nationally as a provider of recovery services for those who desire to transform their lifestyle and develop a new life free from the devastation of drug and alcohol abuse. New Life For Youth has offered residential care to individuals with life-controlling issues. We utilize the most successful treatment protocol in the world, whose success has been proven for over 40 years. Our efforts to help those suffering include: Treatment - 12-18 month residential program Intervention - Concerned counseling and community care Prevention - Drug awareness teams on the streets, in the school and at local businesses New Life For Youth is a locally operated, registered nonprofit organization offering residential care and practical mentorship for men and women recovering from life-controlling problems. Help (a hand up-not a hand out) is provided, without regard to race, social background, religion or creed. If you need a miracle, please contact us.

Description


New Life For Youth operates a four-phase Christian growth program with an optional fifth phase for those going into ministry training. We have found that our current program with these months of training, has been the most effective way to help the student and meet their needs. PHASE 1 ? ORIENTATION: The orientation phase is a minimum of 3 months. This includes a probationary period of one month for the student to adjust to the residential and structured nature of the program. This is a trial period and at the end of these 30 days, there will be an evaluation by the Program Department as to your progress. A decision will be made at this time whether you will proceed. PHASE 2 ? INDUCTION: The induction phase involves a minimum of 3 months with discipleship, counseling, teaching (individual and group), vocational training, Bible studies, Chapel services, recreation, etc. To complete this phase, you will be expected to follow instructions, have a teachable attitude and have respect for people around you. PHASE 3 ? TRAINING: The purpose of this three month phase is to prepare the student for a successful return to society, by helping students learn to face everyday stresses and problems appropriately, and to show continued growth and stability. Each individual receives vocational and academic training, discipleship, training in life skills, and community involvement. To complete this phase you will be showing that you can: accept personal responsibility, make wise choices, be self-motivated, show initiative have tangible goals for the future, complete the academic goals for this phase demonstrate the ability to apply and live out the principles that have been learned in the program PHASE 4 ? RE-ENTRY: During the last month prior to the completion of phase 3, the student was assessed and plans were made for the type of re-entry program most beneficial for the student. Each re-entry program is unique and is designed to fit the student?s specific needs. The Dean of Students or Director will assist you in your re-entry plans. Some examples of re-entry may be: employment school apply for an internship at a New Life For Youth Center

New Life For Youth operates a four-phase Christian growth program with an optional fifth phase for those going into ministry training. We have found that our current program with these months of training, has been the most effective way to help the student and meet their needs. PHASE 1 ? ORIENTATION: The orientation phase is a minimum of 3 months. This includes a probationary period of one month for the student to adjust to the residential and structured nature of the program. This is a trial period and at the end of these 30 days, there will be an evaluation by the Program Department as to your progress. A decision will be made at this time whether you will proceed. PHASE 2 ? INDUCTION: The induction phase involves a minimum of 3 months with discipleship, counseling, teaching (individual and group), vocational training, Bible studies, Chapel services, recreation, etc. To complete this phase, you will be expected to follow instructions, have a teachable attitude and have respect for people around you. PHASE 3 ? TRAINING: The purpose of this three month phase is to prepare the student for a successful return to society, by helping students learn to face everyday stresses and problems appropriately, and to show continued growth and stability. Each individual receives vocational and academic training, discipleship, training in life skills, and community involvement. To complete this phase you will be showing that you can: accept personal responsibility, make wise choices, be self-motivated, show initiative have tangible goals for the future, complete the academic goals for this phase demonstrate the ability to apply and live out the principles that have been learned in the program PHASE 4 ? RE-ENTRY: During the last month prior to the completion of phase 3, the student was assessed and plans were made for the type of re-entry program most beneficial for the student. Each re-entry program is unique and is designed to fit the student?s specific needs. The Dean of Students or Director will assist you in your re-entry plans. Some examples of re-entry may be: employment school apply for an internship at a New Life For Youth Center

Mission Statement: New Life For Youth was founded in 1971 by Victor & Carmen Torres. From the beginning, our mission has been to provide youth, adults, and families with an effective and comprehensive Christian faith-based solution to life-controlling drug and alcohol problems in order to become productive members of society. By applying biblical principals, New Life For Youth endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive. Since 1971... New Life For Youth has been recognized nationally as a provider of recovery services for those who desire to transform their lifestyle and develop a new life free from the devastation of drug and alcohol abuse. New Life For Youth has offered residential care to individuals with life-controlling issues. We utilize the most successful treatment protocol in the world, whose success has been proven for over 40 years. Our efforts to help those suffering include: Treatment - 12-18 month residential program Intervention - Concerned counseling and community care Prevention - Drug awareness teams on the streets, in the school and at local businesses New Life For Youth is a locally operated, registered nonprofit organization offering residential care and practical mentorship for men and women recovering from life-controlling problems. Help (a hand up-not a hand out) is provided, without regard to race, social background, religion or creed. If you need a miracle, please contact us.

Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Rehabilitation Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes