Recovery Services

  • Individualized recovery plans
  • Financial literacy
  • Parenting classes
  • Credit & money management classes
  • Basic living skills
  • Support groups
  • Spirituality groups
  • Recovery groups
  • Peer mentors
  • Health education and nutrition
  • Guidance and support from staff
  • Access to quality physical/mental health care
  • Anger management classes
  • Peer support/peer leadership opportunities
  • Connections to community activities


Career & Job Readiness

  • GED
  • Jobs and/or college applications
  • Resume building
  • Job search assistance

Reintegration & Reentry

  • Job training opportunities after release from incarceration
  • Court advocacy
  • Family reunification
  • Setting up an affordable repayment plan for legal fees
  • Justice-involved mentoring
  • Post release progress reports to probation officer

Coming Soon! A sober living residential program for women!

  • Eligibility¬† Requirements for our current services

    • Any female who is currently experiencing homelessness, residing in a shelter or treatment facility
    • Any community member who can benefit from recovery support services

We provide recovery support services to members of the recovery and/or homeless community.

New Awakening provides recovery support services to women veterans, women experiencing homelessness, domestic/sexual assault survivors who also have a co-occurring substance use disorder. While we have a special emphasis on providing services to women, we also provide recovery services and referrals to any individual in the community who needs help and resources.

Our sober living program for women:

-When New Awakening’s residential sober living program is in operation, we will implement a no illicit drug use policy. There will be zero tolerance of the use of illicit drugs in or away from the home and drug tests are given on a random basis. 

– Our sober living program will not operate as a treatment facility or medical facility; residents or any individual needing either of these services will be referred appropriately.

Contact Us

If you are experiencing a crisis, please call Recovery Organization of Support Specialists (ROSS) at (844) 307-1760 or the Crisis Center at (205) 323-7777 or 1(800) 273-8255.¬† If it’s an immediate emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.