The New Life Reentry Program provides residential services to vulnerable women experiencing housing insecurity. Staff and volunteers offer a caring, consistent atmosphere to support, guide and empower women without homes. Their goal is to provide them with the skills and opportunities to help them start on a pathway toward self-sufficient, independent living. New Life Reentry Program understands that many women have chemical dependence and/or mental health struggles that lead to housing insecurity, as well as unresolved trauma. For that reason, the organization offers personal development through spiritual, emotional, mental and physical healing. They pride themselves on being more than an emergency shelter, working with women one-on-one to provide them with a sense of hope. Additionally, New Life Reentry Program can work with corrections officers and the court to ensure that women meet the conditions of their release during their stay. For more information, women should contact the organization directly.