New Life Center Services

Emergency Shelter Service
Emergency shelter is available to men, 18 and over. We start screening for beds at 7am. Intake Office # 701-235-4453 EXT. 105
Meal Services
Meal services are open to the public.
Times are listed below:
Lunch 12 - 12:30 PM
Dinner 5 - 5:30 PM
Harbor Program
  • Emergency Case Management
  • Onsite Health Assessment
  • Christian Exploration & Mentoring Opportunities
  • Education Opportunities
  • Assistance with Employment & Housing Applications
  • Assistance in Acquiring Personal Identification Documents
Passport Program
  • Individualized and Ongoing Case Management Services
  • Addiction and Recovery Services
  • Christian Exploration, Study & Mentoring Opportunities
  • Educational Courses In Areas of Employment, Housing,
    Life Skills, Personal Finance, Communication &
    Networking...& much more
  • Identify & Build Community Networks & Connections
  • Transitional Housing Opportunities
Geneis Program

Genesis is our in-house relapse prevention program where participants learn to develop new coping tools, healthy relationships, personal accountability, spiritual growth, and community. Rather than trying to overcome a lifelong addiction in thirty to ninety days, about as long as insurance is willing to pay most recovery centers, our program gives participants at least a year in the program to help turn their life around.

We know that addictions to drugs, alcohol, gambling, eating, and co-dependent relationships are coping mechanisms that people develop to not deal with painful thoughts, memories, and feelings. Genesis helps individuals uncover what lead to their addiction, and find new coping skills for dealing with their past hurt.

Genesis focuses on 5 areas of development:

  • Education – classes on personal, spiritual, professional, and financial development
  • Emotional – tools and exercises designed to help uncover deep-seated emotions and beliefs
  • Spiritual – involvement in biblical studies, daily devotions, and community church attendance
  • Social – working with sponsors, mentors, and leaders in the community
  • Physical – meeting with physicians, therapists, and medical professionals
Medical Respite Program
Following a medical procedure or illness, people who are homeless are often too fragile and lack support systems that would allow them to heal properly. That is why, in 2015, New Life Center began a partnership with Sanford Health to fill the gap to care for this vulnerable population.

By having an R.N. on staff at the Rescue Mission, medical recovery needs are addressed onsite rather than through hospitalization. This process reduces healthcare costs by minimizing uninsured and unnecessary emergency room visits.