Bethel House – Women’s Center
Bethel House – Women’s Center
The Bethel House – Women’s Center offers addiction treatment and substance abuse treatment specifically for women. Located in Troup, Tyler, TX, our center provides a safe and healing environment for women who are struggling with addiction and substance abuse.
Our program is tailored to meet the unique needs of women, and we offer a variety of services and programming to help women achieve and maintain sobriety. Our staff is compassionate and knowledgeable, and we are dedicated to providing quality care and support to every woman who enters our program.
We offer a range of services and programming, including:
-Substance abuse treatment
Our goal is to help women achieve and maintain sobriety, and we work hard to create a supportive and healing environment for our clients. We are committed to providing quality care and helping women overcome addiction and substance abuse. If you are looking for addiction treatment and substance abuse treatment for women, please call us today.
About The Program
Bethel House Women & Children’s Center is a 12-month long outreach ministry of New Creation Foundation Inc. (NCF), a recognized 501(c)3. NCRC is registered with the State of Texas as an exempt faith-based chemical dependency treatment program, Exemption Number FB3305.
For several years, the evidence has become more and more apparent, that there is a lack of residential facilities for young mothers, who are struggling with life-controlling issues, which can allow them to receive help and be able to keep their children with them. The Bethel House Women & Children’s Center will allow us to help the entire family!
Dad can enroll in our Men’s program while Mom and child are being helped in our Women and Children’s program, because in so many instances, both parents are caught up in a destructive lifestyle.
This allows us to fulfill our mission of bringing Christ-centered restoration and healing to individuals and families that have been
destroyed by chronic life-controlling issues or addictions such as: Behavior: anger, anxiety, depression, pornography addiction, gambling addiction; Substance: prescription medications addiction, illicit drug addiction, alcohol addiction, food addiction; Relationships: co-dependent, unhealthy or enmeshed, while empowering them to become productive members of society.
It is the belief of this organization that learning is a cumulative experience, and this faith-based program can facilitate the cognitive development of the participants (students) through the framework of in-depth religious education, counseling and mentoring.
While it is hoped to attain a desired behavior, the ultimate goal of NCRC is to lead the student to a relationship with Christ, as this has been found in the faith-based community to be the determining factor in restoring someone to being a long-term and productive member of society.
Meet the Staff
Executive Director of Women’s Ministries/Co-founder
After 30 years in the corporate sector, Lisa left her position to join her husband and fulfill the call on her life to minister to women. It is her passion helping women find an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ that drives her to challenge women not to settle for the ordinary. To find, in Christ, the fulfillment of true love and forgiveness.
Lisa is an ordained minister with the Independent Assemblies and a Certified Faith-Based Clinical Counselor through IIFBC. She serves as the Director of Women’s Ministries for the Foundation.
Women’s Education Coordinator
Jennifer entered the doors of New Creation in June of 2015 with the idea that she would get off of drugs and clean her life up, not knowing that it was the beginning of her becoming the Woman of God she was created to be. She now serves as Women’s Education Coordinator, managing our Thrift Store and scheduling fundraisers as well as counseling and mentoring the women in our Bethel House program. Jennifer brings her passionate love for God into every detail of her ministry. Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you; I will help you; I will hold on to you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10
The first step in getting help for drug addiction is having a desire in your heart for change in your life. Without this desire, true and lasting change cannot be achieved.
Read through the application documents on this website. Click below for a list of documents available for download, including rules, health requirements, and a general overview of the Life Care program. You may also call to request an admissions packet be mailed to you.
Contact the admissions office. Be prepared to honestly and candidly answer some serious questions about your life, your health, your family, and your legal situation during a pre-screening. You may be asked to make an appointment for a personal interview.
Things to Know
MEDICAL – The completed Health Screening Form is required before you can enter the New Creation Restoration program. If you are unable to pay for your medical tests, there are many avenues to have these done at little or no cost. A Help Card is available from each campus to assist you with finding clinics in the surrounding area.
NON-REFUNDABLE INDUCTION FEE – The $1,250 induction fee will need to be discussed before program entry. While this fee does not pay for your entire stay at New Creation Restoration Center, it is necessary to help defray the initial costs during your first few weeks here. After the initial induction fee there will be a $300 per month program fee for the duration of the program. All fees are non-refundable.
RESIDENCY AVAILABILITY – Open beds are made available to new students on a first-come / first-served basis. If we are full, you may be placed on the waiting list. You must demonstrate a firm desire to come by having your Health Screening done and sent to our office, as well as by completing an interview.
If you are struggling with chronic substance abuse, or any other life-controlling problem, remove yourself from that environment. Easier said than done, right? But, if you are really serious about changing your life, you are going to need to do everything you can to stay away from alcohol and drugs, and away from the people that use them. That temptation is always going to be there, but for now you need to get as far away from it as possible until you build your faith to resist it. You are also going to need to find other people who are willing to help you and support you in your decision to change your life. Have you burned a lot of bridges getting to where you are today? God can restore those relationships, but it’s not going to happen overnight. Find the courage to tell others about your decision, and you will find someone that agrees and wants to help you. Five Things You Can Do Today
PRAY. Don’t ever underestimate the power of prayer. When you pray, you are establishing a relationship with God that will endure through the good days and the bad days.
READ THE BIBLE. The Bible is God’s Word that has been given to us all. Its contents are simple and deeper than you could ever imagine, and will help you in times of struggle. Reading the Bible gives you new insight on this world and the problems we all face.
SEEK FELLOWSHIP. Spending time with other Christians is an important part of the growing process in general, and is a great way to get some advice on the personal things you have going on in your life right now.
WRITE DOWN YOUR PLAN. You need to map out your game plan on paper. If you are really going to change your life, you must have a plan! These plans may change, but you need to have a plan to follow when you hit a weak point.
WHAT TO BRING. Download the document “What To Bring” to see a list of items you can and cannot bring. DOWNLOAD WHAT TO BRING
STUDENT HANDBOOK – DOWNLOAD HERE
Frequently Asked Questions
What are life-controlling issues?
- Behavior: Gambling, pornography, outbursts of anger, cutting, etc.
- Substance: prescription medications, drugs, alcohol, food.
- Relationships: Co-dependent, unhealthy or enmeshed relationships.