Fresh Start Life Recovery & Transitional Program
Fresh Start Life Recovery & Transitional Program (FSLR&TP) provides life recovery support (counseling), transitional housing, and life skills education for disadvantaged women seeking recovery from any of the following: homelessness, domestic abuse, human trafficking, prostitution, adult entertainment industry, substance abuse (No Residential Services) and any other related issues and traumas. FSLR&TP prides itself on being the only transitional organization for women in the Tennessee Valley with long-term housing case management. It offers up to two years of transitional housing and detailed educational programs, whereas other organizations mainly offer six to twelve months of transitional housing with limited educational programs. Additionally, FSLR&TP serves as a liaison for the Alabama Department of Human Resources and offers assistance to clients with family reunification.
Our organization offers life skills education to clients through an eight-step program that enables effective, independent and Christ-centered living. To achieve this, FSLR&TP utilizes a combination of in-house training, along with local and state resources that provide the following: personal case management, personal development, vocational training, on-going substance abuse counseling, interpersonal skills, community involvement, leisure activities, parenting skills, financial skills, evidence-based counseling, group counseling, independent living skills, faith-based counseling and ministry classes. FSLR&TP believes such a combined approach fosters empowerment and is a major key that allows its clients to develop self-sufficiency.
If you would like to donate to FSLR&TP by mail, please make a check payable to:
All donations are tax deductible under Fresh Start's 501(c)(3).