The path to a new life takes many turns and requires support from all sides. That’s why New Freedom also offers a variety of unstructured opportunities for members to connect with each other in a positive way through off-site or on-site social activities like hikes, sports competitions, visits to parks, and more. Our once-a-month Wacky Wednesdays include dunk tanks, trivia, treasure hunts, and holiday-specific activities.
Position of Neutrality, our featured 12-step group, is the largest step study recovery group in Arizona and is also live streamed globally online. These teachings introduce a new manner of living rooted in the original intentions of AA, which was founded in 1935 to help individuals struggling with alcoholism.
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New Freedom’s resource and job fairs embody the organization’s steadfast commitment to fostering positive change within second-chance populations and to incorporating community involvement in our programs. These events serve as dynamic platforms that bring together a diverse array of community partners who share a common belief in the power of redemption and rehabilitation. New Freedom facilitates these resource fairs with a dedication to equipping individuals with the tools they need to reintegrate into society and rebuild their lives.
From compassionate employers willing to offer a second chance at meaningful employment, to healthcare providers extending their expertise to ensure comprehensive well-being, to community stakeholders who advocate for social integration, these events showcase a holistic network of support. Job placement services, skill-building workshops, healthcare consultations, legal aid, and mental health resources all find a place within the offerings. Our members are filled with encouragement and empowerment, enabling them to explore opportunities, forge connections, and regain a sense of agency over their futures.