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Sober living facility featuring transitional housing for women. Based in midtown Tulsa, they offer weekly rents of $100 and multiple support services to help women through difficult times in their lives! New Life Homes in Tulsa provides group housing that is safe, quiet, drug-free, sober, comfortable, secure and on a city bus route. The residents receive assistance in many ways, from obtaining birth certificates to auto insurance and tags. NLH is within a network of service providers for a multitude of vital support services. What's more, NLH has a team of brothers and sisters in the Lord who cover the residents in fervent prayer. This is a ministry, motivated by the love of Christ.
New Life Homes
Last-Modified: 2023-04-05 12:59:36
Important Top Tips Before ApplyingIf you Interested in applying to New Life Homes, we recommend that you call them and find out some answers to some or all of the below questions:
- What type of housing do you offer? Is it shared or private housing? Is it furnished or unfurnished?
- What are the length of stay requirements? How long can I stay in the program?
- What kind of support services do you offer? Do you offer job training, case management, or other support services to help me achieve permanent housing and self-sufficiency?
- What are the rules and policies? Are there any rules or policies that I need to be aware of, such as curfews, visitor restrictions, or substance abuse policies?
- What is the cost of the program? Is there a monthly fee? Are there any other costs associated with the program?
- Is the program accredited or licensed? This will help ensure that the program meets certain standards of quality.
In addition to these general questions, you may also want to ask more specific questions about the program, such as:
- What is the staff-to-resident ratio? This will give you an idea of how much support you can expect from staff.
- What is the success rate of the program? How many residents have gone on to achieve permanent housing and self-sufficiency?
- What are the cultural competency practices of the program? Is the program staffed by people who are culturally competent and able to meet the needs of a diverse range of residents?
- How does the program ensure the safety and security of residents? What safety measures are in place?
- What is the process for resolving disputes? Is there a clear and fair process for resolving disputes between residents and staff?
User questions & answersAre you familiar with New Life Homes? Help TransitionalHousing.org users find out answers.
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What is your current addiction OR problem that you are seeking help for? How long have you had this issue?
I am a Meth addict. I started my addiction in my early 20's. I have been in my addiction over 10 years
Sober living I just finished rehab at rose rose recovery in vinita
Meth about the past 3 years on and off
I have struggled with self-esteem issues from being abused as a young child from both parents. Going into my adult life began my struggle with alcohol started 1994 ended 2003 - then pills started 2005 ended in 2013 - meth use which started 2017 ended 2019. My addiction has been ongoing throughout my life. The older I'm becoming I'm realizing change is eminent for me to becoming successful.
I have quit meth but was addicted for 5 years
Meth, 5 years
Have you used a transitional housing resource before?
Yes. I was released on ankle monitor in 2019. I violated my agreement due to relapse. I need to learn to ask for help before I relapse. I was in the Rhonda Bear program in Claremore, OK.
Yes at the Lindsey house in tulsa
Yes, when I was 17 years old through Youth Services of Tulsa Transitional Apartments.
Have you used this locations services before? What is your opinion of it?
Do you have any experience with the office personnel? How were they?
Sort of, I spoke to a lady on the phone and she told me she would text me the information about the New Life Homes program,she was very helpful and sweet
Do they take ex felons?
Hello, im really seeking help with my addiction and im homeless i have been for a month now im really to change my life around and get on the road to recovery.
I need help to get on my feet, stay sober and get my children back!
How can I get into the program. I just want to be happy and get help getting on my feet. And get my own place and a job and my daughter back and my driver's license and a car. And be happy.
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