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New Life Program: Champa House

New Life Program: Champa House


Single mothers with dependent children living in our Champa House outreach participate in the New Life Program. This facility allows residents to immerse themselves in the program by providing the security, structure and opportunity needed to achieve self-sufficiency.

The New Life Program at Champa House is geared towards the issues affecting single mothers and their children, including domestic violence, addiction, parenting, poverty, and homelessness. In order to achieve the program goal of self-sufficiency, pre-screened participants will follow the five phase program which integrates academics, Bible study, job skills, family development and spiritual and emotional counseling.  Women wishing to obtain their GED may do so through Champa’s on-site LifeSkills, Education and Career Center (LEC). They may also seek job opportunities and pursue higher education.

In addition to academic and vocational courses, women participating in the New Life Program at Champa House are also offered life skills classes such as budgeting, nutrition, health and exercise, sewing, anger management and parenting. A progressive financial incentive program also promotes resident’s productive return to society by helping them save for the future.

To view the New Life Program fact sheet, please click here.
To view the Champa House fact sheet, please click here
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Click here for directions to Champa House.

Denver Rescue Mission

3501 E. 46th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
Telephone: 303.297.1815
Fax: 303.295.1566
e-Mail: info@denrescue.org