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The New Life Transitional Program provides life skills through education, resources, training and Bible studies for individuals committed to improving their lives and achieving stable, independent living. This program is designed for single and/or pregnant women, single men, single parents and married couples and spans over a 12-24 month period. This is not a short-term, quick fix program. Applicants and participants should be committed to achieving independent living, but may need support in order to achieve the ultimate goal of permanent self-sufficiency.
This program is currently offered only in Tucson, Arizona.
The New Life Transitional Program consists of several components that work together to bring stability to the life of the participant and prepare them for independent living:
Life Skills Training – These classes cover topics such as goal setting, finances, healthy relationships, continuing education and employment skills, as well as household management skills and personal care. Our goal is to prepare participants for interviews and workplace demands, financial responsibilities required for independent living and other life skills that will help them be successful.
Counseling – Individual counseling with a counselor from our New Life Counseling ministry is also part of the program and helps participants work through struggles, addiction, hurt, conflict resolution, relationships and more.
Bible Study – It is our hope that every individual who enters NLTP will experience the love of Christ and come to an understanding of His desire for a personal relationship with them. The Bible studies serve as a source of encouragement and support for the participants in the program, as well as teaches foundational truths during a time of transition. In addition to weekly Bible studies, the participants are highly encouraged to attend a local church.
Mentoring – Individual mentoring allows the participant to set personal, professional, spiritual and financial goals, and then receive guidance to determine the steps needed to attain those goals. The case manager will hold the participant responsible for following through with the goals that have been set during these appointments as accountability is a critical component of the program.Housing – Based on availability, need, family size and other factors, some participants may qualify for residency in our low-cost apartments.
The New Life Transitional Program is dedicated to privacy and confidentiality for every participant of the program. All personnel of New Life Transitional Program, New Life Counseling, and Arizona Baptist Children’s Services are committed to maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards of confidentiality and privacy; however, there are some situations which Arizona state laws require us to report:
In addition, the staff working with New Life Transitional Program reserve the right to share all information regarding the participant with the statewide director and supervisory staff of Arizona Baptist Children’s Services, which has ultimate authority to decide all matters pertaining to the New Life Transitional Program.