For some families, it takes more than a 30-day shelter stay to start a new life. For those who need the next step, New Beginning Center’s Housing Program provides a supportive living environment* assisted with case management and social services. The goal of the program is for clients to learn more about financial responsibility, healthy family/personal relationships, and gain self confidence and purpose.
The Housing Program provides Life Skills groups, food and diaper pantries, and works with both the Victim Outreach Program and Emergency Shelter Program in an effort to meet the basic and immediate needs of domestic violence victims. Case Management includes meetings in the office and home to set and review progress of goals. Clients also establish a savings account through New Beginning Center to help them prepare financially once they transition from the Housing Program to independent living. Once the client completes the program successfully, the Housing staff performs 3 month and 6 month follow up phone interview to assess current needs and stability status.
- Fleeing an abusive relationship (spouse/partner)
- Individuals must be considered homeless
- Individuals must be alcohol and drug free
- Individuals must be working full time; or part time and going to school
- Clients must abide by facility rules
- Clients must have no permanent living arrangements
*Families are housed at scattered sites in the Garland area.
For more information about our Housing Program, call 972-276-0423 ext. 229 or 241