“The Heart of New Life” is the latest preview from the upcoming Building a Difference Volume 3: The Story of New Life.  

“This special preview takes a very personal look inside the missionary heart of New Life’s founder Sergey Matevosya,” shares Mick Richards, Exec. Producer/Director. “In the past, we have seen personal testimonies of some of the patients, a peak inside their unique work program, and an introduction into New Life rehab concepts and principles. Now I wanted to uncover the true heart of Sergey and his team to show the depth of the serious commitment they have for saving people’s lives.”

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New-Life-Logo1New Life USA is a non-profit center that started in St. Petersburg, Russia about 20 years ago and now in Missouri. It is a program that offers rehabilitation to those suffering from alcohol and/or drug dependency. “Since the founding of our organization on February 5, 2007,” as their website states,  “we’ve seen hundreds of lives changed through our program. God’s grace and his faithful followers allow us to prosper and look hopefully into the future where more and more lives will be affected by the work we do at New life USA.”

The course of recovery at the center is completely free of charge for a period of 20 months and is based on the patient’s free will and their desire as a person with a drug or alcohol addiction. As a prerequisite of free admission, the patient must realize that he/she has an addiction and must sincerely desire to break free of it. New Life USA does not admit individuals denying their problem or unwilling to break free of it.

Therefore, the only criterion for entrance into our rehabilitation program is a strong desire to obtain a new life – hence their name New Life USA. This individual also must be acutely aware of his/her situation, understanding that he/she needs help (spiritual and physical). Anyone can come to their rehab center for help; they do not discriminate in age, gender, denomination, and philosophical or world views.