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After someone has been at the Mission for a while, they've settled in, they can breath a little bit, they're feeling better about themselves, then you can start peeling back the layers in their life and what actually brought them to the Mission. We try to address those underlying issues and start working on dealing with some obstacles and some of the things in their life that brought them to the Mission and helping them reverse course.

New Life Program

We offer the New Life Recovery Program, which is a an addiction recovery program. This is a 13-month in house program focuses on relapse prevention and provides the necessary tools to live an alchohol and drug free life while ministering to the whole person - spiritually, mentally, emotionally, intellectually, physically and socially.

Amazing things are happening at TCUGM and through the New Life Recovery Program. See for yourself, and view testimonies and videos.

Case management Program

Case management is a collaborative process that assesses plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client's health, spiritual well being and developmental well being. It is characterized by advocacy, communications, prayer, Bible study, Church engagement and resource management and promotes quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes.

Philosophy of Case Management:

Case management is an area of specialty practice within the human services profession. Its underlying premise is that everyone benefits when clients reach their optimum level of physical and mental wellness, self-management, functional capability and Spiritual Development as well as Church engagement.

Case management facilitates the achievement of the client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, assessment, planning, communication, education, resource management, Bible study and prayer.Case management is based on the needs and values of the client and then in collaboration with all service providers and resources within the continuum of care in our community we will ensure that care provided is safe, effective, client-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. This approach achieves the best outcomes for all including clients, service providers and support networks that the client is engaged with.

Areas of focus:

Spirtual, Employment, Housing, Financial, Childcare, Education, Language, Legal, Transportation, Mental Health, After Care, Mentoring, Health, Recovery.