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Brother Bryan Mission of Birmingham

Transitional Housing
Birmingham, AL
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1616 Second Ave North
Birmingham, AL - 35203

(205) 322-0092 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Brother Bryan Mission of Birmingham

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The New Life Fellowship (NLF) Program is nine-month Christian recovery program which seeks to address the issues that cause homelessness and the barriers that hinder one from returning to a productive life. The Exodus Program is BBM’s back-to-work program that receives men who have completed their New Life Fellowship Program and other similar programs who already have jobs and who have not been active in their addiction for the last six months. These men are able to stay for up to two years in a safe, alcohol and drug free, Christian setting.

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