New Foundations is a 501(c)(3) non-profit recovery housing organization. We provide stability and support for individuals with substance use disorders who are learning a new way of life. Our program offers accountability and structure as folks are adjusting to their new sober lives.
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It’s a place where people are dedicated to helping others. This place has truly helped me to become responsible. The recovery aspect is awesome. I go to meetings with my residents and do my best to be a role model for them.Andrew
The managers are very helpful and supportive. The house I am in is very clean and well kept.Aaron
This place took me in when I had nowhere else to go. They helped me learn to live clean again. It provides a supportive environment and structure for people recovering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. I would highly recommend it. One of the houses is MAT friendly also which is rare and great!Kris
I absolutely love my new home and family here at New Foundations! Easy does it, ladies. This family has got your back!!Elisha
New Foundations is all around the best place I’ve been to. They do everything they can to help people. They gave me a second chance and by doing so saved my life. I would recommend New Foundations to anyone!Jeremy
I am so glad a friend told me about New Foundations because all the other sober living homes would not accept me because I work the third shift. After talking to staff, I knew I was in the right place for recovery!Michael
This place has been my backbone when I need help getting clean, and finding out my Identity in the eyes of God. We all go through transitions and learning curves and need to regroup from time to time, that’s just a prerequisite of being born human.John
I am just really grateful for this place right now, and genuine people/friendships who never gave up on me! I’ve been gone for 6 months and if it weren’t for the women I lived with showing me the way, I’d be lost out here! This place will always have a special place in my heart.Bethany
Original Article Buy PhotoAshleigh O’Neill, 25, lives at New Foundations Transitional home in East Price Hill. She’s been a resident since mid-June. She said it took days to find a recovery home that would accept her taking Suboxone, a pill to help stop her cravings for opioids. (Photo: Liz Dufour/The Enquirer) The woman on the phone…Read More
US drug overdose deaths declined 5.1% in 2018, according to preliminary data released Wednesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics. The slight decline in drug overdose deaths marked the first such drop in decades. The agency estimates there were 68,557 drug overdose deaths in 2018. An estimated 47,590 involved…Read More