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During the first week of March 2016 it was reported that nearly 30 people in Metro-Richmond had died from needle

heroin overdose in one week.  During that same week, more than 80 young men and women were safe behind the doors of the residency homes run by New Life For Youth.  Among those young men and women were five new students who walked through those doors for the first time that same week.  They chose hope over heroin.  If they hadn't, their lives may have been added to the 30 that were lost that week.  At New Life For Youth, we consider every day that one of our students is alive and well in our homes to be a success.

 

Our residence homes were able to take care of those 80 students that week in March because our supporters made generous donations throughout the year to help us win this fight against addiction.  On this #GivingTuesday, please consider helping us by making a DONATION.  Help us give hope for  new life to young people who have no hope.



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