Founded in 2010 as the pioneer community offering premier sober living in Lancaster, PA, A New Life was the response to a vital need in south central Pennsylvania. Years later, we continue to offer the highest quality amenities and sober support services in the region.
About A New Life Sober living
Recognized throughout the region as the premier provider of transitional living programs, recovery houses and sober support resources in Pennsylvania, A New Life works to heal families, empower individuals and unite communities affected by the substance abuse epidemic.
Over the years we’ve developed relationships with premier drug and alcohol treatment centers and supportive resource providers throughout the nation. Our partners are vital links in the continuum of care; allies in the ongoing struggle for sobriety, serenity & recovery.
What They’re Saying
“A New Life has given me an opportunity to look toward a future free of addiction and full of hope, and I am thankful for where I am today!”Rich R.Prior Resident
“Life changing experience. Awesome people, many of which have now become great friends.”Jeff K.Prior Resident
A Community of Individuals, Recovering Together
A New Life is an addiction recovery resource network operating premier sober living homes throughout south central Pennsylvania. Our recovery houses have helped thousands of men and women on the path to lifelong, holistic addiction recovery.
The New Life Difference
- Structured Recovery Houses & Sober Homes
- Access to Employment and Supportive Resources
- Sophisticated Environments
- All the Amenities of Home
- Regular Urine Drug Screening
- Full Time Staff & Supervision
- Coordination With Treatment & Community Services
- Much More
Structured Sober Living in Serene Pennsylvania
A New Life operates sober living homes and recovery houses in Lancaster, PA York, PA and beyond. We strive to provide residents with a clean, safe, structured environment in which – through actively working a program of recovery – they can begin a New Life. We offer Sober Housing and Transitional Living Programs for males and females over the age of 18 with a history of chemical dependence.