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

Who can join the sober living program for women?

  • Eligibility Requirements for Admission

    • Any female who has successfully completed a drug treatment or similar program
    • Is age 21 or older
    • Who does not need drug detoxification or inpatient drug treatment
    • Who has income or is able to work
    • Who has abstained from drug usage for at least 30 days
    • Who could adhere to the policies and procedures of the program
    • Who has the ability to pay the program fees

New Awakening welcomes women veterans, homeless women, domestic/sexual assault survivors who also have a co-occurring substance use disorder. Any woman who meets the eligibility requirements and can adhere to the programs rules, policies and procedures, including paying the weekly program fee can be admitted into the program.


-New Awakening’s sober living program will have a strict, no illicit drug use policy. There is zero tolerance of the use of illicit drugs in or away from the home and drug tests are given on a random basis. In an effort to keep the home and resident’s safe, any illicit use, possession or distribution of drugs, positive drug screening, will result in immediate dismissal from the program.

– New Awakening is not a treatment facility nor is it a medical facility; residents or any individual who are 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.