NEW HOPE REFUGE
We have this hope an anchor for the soul, firm and secure.
– Hebrews 6:19
A Christ-centered ministry where women with addictions can find a NEW HOPE for a new life through complete surrender & gaining a personal relationship with Jesus Christ . We want to offer a refuge that provides ways to learn and apply God’s Word to the broken and the lost . Our residential program will also provide life skills and help teach women essential ways to enter back int o society. We will also provide ways to promote healing within the families and children involved by encouraging weekly family involvement within the time these women are in our program.
New Hope Refuge is minimum 7 to 10 month stay based on personal growthh faith based and Christ centered program for women 19 years of age and older who are struggling with substance abuse issues. Although the exact duration for each woman is based on her personal spiritual growth. Residents will go through two phases during the program including Phase 1 and Transition Phase. During this time, residents will be given the opportunity to develop a personal love relationship with Jesus Christ. Through this relationship, they will find freedom from the chains of addiction, forgiveness from their past, and HOPE for their future.
New Hope Refuge is a faith based 501(c)3 organization. Our ministry provides a beacon of HOPE for adult females and their families who are suffering from addiction by restoring broken lives through Christ and discipleship training from the Word of God. Our program is a minimum 7 to 10 month stay based on personal growth, residents can expect to spend approximately five months in Phase 1, and two months in the Transition Phase. We offer Hope for court remanded or self-admit residents that are voluntarily seeking help for addiction. We encourage as much family involvement as possible.
We provide a safe, secluded, and intimate home where women can feel free to speak, listen, and heal from their shared pain and struggles. Our residents will experience a program, that in a unique way inspires confidence in themselves, their connection with God, and effective faith-based healing. “God’s love has the power to reach and transform the willing “broken” woman, offering them a life of truth, peace, and purpose.” Our goal is to provide a place where residents can renew their minds, and to provide the right motivations, environment, training, and mentorship to support this transformation.
Residents are required to live on campus for a full seven to ten months, based on personal growth. They are housed, fed, and discipled at no cost. The women will receive extensive Bible Study and Life skill classes each week led by local volunteers and staff members. Attendance at Sunday services and Church Involvement are required. Our ministry is service centered, and residents are taught to serve others and the community. Weekly “service projects” are an important part of the program.
New Hope Refuge is a Christ-centered ministry where women with addictions can find a new life through Jesus Christ.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can a resident receive vists from family or friends?
Yes. Family and friends can visit after the resident’s first 30 days in the program. Family days will be on Sundays and potluck lunch will be served. Visitors are required to attend the service at 11am at New Hope Refuge campus and visitation is until 4 pm. Each family is asked to contribute food to the potluck. Only positive and encouraging support will be allowed to visit the residents.
How much does it cost?
New Hope Refuge is completely free to all residents. The ministry is funded by individual and church contributions from the community.
What are the acceptance requirements?
The applicant must be willing to invest the needed time (minimum 7 months) and effort into their life to gain freedom from bondage. We must hear willingness from the applicant to get help, and that cannot come from friends or relatives. Prescription narcotics will not be permitted for residents.
Can I smoke?
Yes. In designated areas at designated times. Resident or family MUST supply their tobacco products.
Can I bring my kids?
No. After the resident has been in the program for 30 days children can be brought to ministry during Sunday visiting hours. During the transition phase children can stay the night with residents on weekends when permitted by the administrator.
What do I need to bring?
Click here to view the packing list.
Tia Gillespie Bozeman
A foundational element of our program is a dedicated team of caring volunteers who help meet the needs of the women enrolled in New Hope Refuge . This provides opportunities to build positive relationships.