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Addiction rehabilitation facilities can be very costly.  Studies consistently show that average monthly costs can range anywhere from $15,000 to $45,000 per month.  But it is very rare that one month of treatment will produce lasting results.  Consequently, the cost of repeated or extended treatments can easily exceed $50,000.

At New Life For Youth, we operate at an average monthly cost of only $1,500 per student.  One year of residential care with us costs only $18,000 - less than the cost for one month of care at other facilities! 

We achieve this by being good stewards of the resources God provides through the generous support of our donors.  We are also able to mitigate some of the expense with revenue generated from our car wash, furniture store, and thrift store.  But we are still reliant on donations from churches, businesses, and individuals who value and support our mission.     

Applicants are expected to help with the cost of their recovery through their personal contributions or by securing sponsorships from family and friends.  But most people who are bound by addiction are not in a position to afford the cost of rehabilitation.  Still, we never turn away an applicant because of their inability to pay.   Therefore, it is the generous support of our donors that make care for these hurting people possible.  Won’t you consider helping us with a financial donation?   

Your donation will help us maintain the facilities and provide the services that help rebuild broken lives.  When you give your financial support, you are quite literally helping to save lives and rebuild families.  An addict’s past can be dark and tragic.  But because of your financial gift and God’s redeeming grace, their future can be bright and full of hope and promise.  Please give prayerfully and generously to New Life For Youth.  

New Life For Youth, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization.  Donations are tax deductible as permitted by law.

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