We are working on the “New Life” program developed by members of the Foundation, which is based on the experience of the World Organization “Global Teen Challenge”.
The organization has historically been known as a Christian rehabilitation ministry for the most ferocious people, who were abandoned by society. The organization has global recognition.
The purpose of the «New Life» program is to bring the Good News and win the hearts of people for Christ. Especially those people who suffer from the dependencies that control their lives. An important goal is to teach them to follow Christ so that they can become faithful Christians at home, in church and in society.
Our mission is to make every effort to help a person become a physically healthy, emotionally balanced, spiritually fulfilling and socially adapted person.
Philosophy of the «New Life» program:
The program exists to help people who have become unnecessary to anyone and who have no hope for change in their lives. It is aimed at people of all ages and social status. It helps to find answers to their problems, helps them get rid of bad habits and addictions.
“New Life” is a service to man in its entirety, including all aspects of life: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical and social.
The purpose of our work is to inform everyone whose life is controlled by the problems of addiction that there is a chance to get freedom and completely change their future. Through friendship and personal experience, we are able to provide quality help. Our communication is built solely on trust, love and compassion.
The effectiveness of the project is that we will stand together to fight drugs, alcohol, and human indifference. We will help those people who have been lost to believe in themselves again and start their lives anew as a full member of society. Everyone has the right to a happy life, to love, to family, to motherhood. Everyone is valuable.
Over the years, the program has gained national recognition as an effective social adaptation rehabilitation program.
We invite people to Coffee House self-help groups and, if desired, refer them to rehabilitation where their new life begins.