A New Beginning Recovery Houses LLC was founded in 2014. We are dedicated to helping individuals in early recovery rebuild their lives. We found, having a recovery community to live in so crucial in early sobriety. When you move into one of the houses, you're not just moving into a sober house, you're moving into a recovery community. We have over 60 men in our houses who are all engaged in recovery and teach each other that giving back is an important component to staying sober. Our houses also maintain a peer support system which has brought great success in changing so many lives. We go to meetings together, take commitments together and rely on one another to build a foundation for our recovery to rest on.
Beyond involvement with the community, our clients learn to lean on one another through their journey to learn from each other and keep each other safe. We hold educational Narcan trainings to equip our clients with life saving skills in the event of an emergency. As much as we hope our clients would never have to use these skills we find these trainings to be imperative and essential to saving lives.
All of our clients learn the principle of service by getting commitments in the community.
Each of our houses are banded together by guys who are improving their lives by helping one another in their journey of recovery.
New Haven offers an abundance of 12 step meetings in and out of the downtown area, where all of our houses are located.
This is Jordan. He overdosed 3 months ago after leaving Carson's House. His mom, Lisa Gray, also pictured, is starting an organization called "A Promise to Jordan" to help raise awareness and raise money to help people in recovery. We are proud to announce that we were asked to be a part of this amazing organization.
We are proud to announce that we are now officially endorsed by the National Sober Living Association, an organization that holds recovery houses to a higher standard. We voluntarily have joined the NSLA to hold ourselves accountable to our clients and give them a safe, structured place to live and recover.