Are you ready to give up your addictions?
The New Life Dream Center (NLDC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. (EIN # 90-0826853) It is a year-long intense discipleship program intended for individuals with drug addiction and/or alcoholism, to get their life back on track and work on their relationship with God. The NLDC is a levels program that involves scripture memorization and bookwork. The disciples are required to obtain a mentor, attend all bible studies, attend12-step AA Meetings, and be a part of the work program and weekly outreach.
The disciples are under 24 hour surveillance and are routinely drug tested. The New Life Dream Center is the not only recognized, but is also a recommended treatment program by the Contra Costa County Court system. The NLDC offers:
- Comprehensive substance abuse counseling and education (intense daily counseling).
- Assisting clients with appropriate referrals to a vast network of community resources.
- A transition home upon graduation if there is no stable drug free environment available to them.
- We also assist clients with job searches, training, and viable employment.
- Providing in-depth Drug and Alcohol education.
- Helping reduce the stigma of the alcoholic/addict through education and community outreach.
- Effectively represent the interests of substance abuse treatment to clients, the community, referring agencies, and other involved parties.
- Life Coping Skills
- Hands-on job training at New Life Marina.
- We outreach and help feed hundreds of people in different communities every week
Since 2004 our discipleship program has successfully assisted disciples in enhancing their reliance on God, His Word and their ability to lead godly productive lives. We’re proud of our excellent track record and our compassionate, knowledgeable staff.
What You Get
At the end of the program each disciple is prepared to enter the world, and able to participate productively in society. They have the life skills and job training needed to allow them to acquire the means to support themselves and their family.