The New Life Development (NLD) program was created to fulfill a need that was long overlooked, stable and sober housing for those returning from incarceration. It has since grown to be a residential program that not only provides housing, but prepares participants for a life of independence, productivity and sobriety.
New Life Development (NLD) is a non-profit 501c3 organization. We are not a halfway house, nor an agency of the state/federal government, nor are we a property management company or a landlord. Our staff are not law enforcement agents, or corrections officers and do not act as such. We are a social service organization, and to be more specific we are a "residential program" with the purpose of preparing vulnerable and disadvantaged populations to be independent and productive citizens.
Through a supportive, yet structured living environment, our program participants are given the foundation they need to begin repairing their lives. Some of our participants are court ordered, or ordered by the Department of Corrections to be in our program. Others come because they have run out of options and will end up in jail or dead if they do not make a lifestyle change. Many come voluntarily because they know that we offer the supportive services that they will need to get back on their feet.
We accept both men and women as well as single parent families. We have 4 facilities (each with it's own distinct requirements) and have approximately 80 beds between the four facilities.