The Regeneration Program at No Longer Bound is a 12-month, residential, process of regeneration. This process differs greatly from a conventional rehabilitation program. We believe addiction to be a symptom of a life fragmented by relational wounds, broken beliefs, sustained rejection, and the resulting disintegration of meaningful intimate relationships. The regeneration process at No Longer Bound involves resolving wounds of the past, repairing damaged belief systems, restoring relational health, and facilitating lasting intimacy with God, Self and Others. We believe this process of regeneration is the prescription for life long freedom from addiction.
Each year 108 residents are served through our Regeneration Program at NLB gaining freedom from their addiction to drugs or alcohol. Our program maintains approximately a 70% graduation rate, however, we focus more on the overall success of each graduate, and their continued ability to develop lasting intimacy with God, Self, and Others after graduation.
After successfully completing the Regeneration Program, a graduate has the opportunity to take part in a 6-8 week Transition that immediately follows. This includes designated time to build healthy connections in the local community while living on campus in a safe environment. We seek to come up with a plan for each graduate in Transition for the next season of their life after the Regeneration Program.
After successfully completing the Regeneration Program, a graduate is eligible to apply for a position as an Intern. The Internship Program is unpaid and serves to develop invaluable leadership training through key positions and roles here at No Longer Bound. Room and board will be provided the Intern at no cost.