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New Life Outreach center opens doors

New Life Outreach Residential Training Center is opening its doors in Concord at 2216 Kannapolis Highway.

The program provides services to help men of all walks of life to escape from problems including struggles with drug and alcohol addiction.

The men live in the residence for 12 to 18 months. The disciplined home environment offers individuals one-on-one ministry from experienced staff and instruction from a Bible-based curriculum.

Donations are being accepted, including furniture, appliances, cooking utensils, linens, china, flatware, area rugs, lamps, televisions, cars, clothing and money. Donations can be left at Olive Branch Furniture, 2603 S. Cannon Blvd., across from Hilbish Ford.

New Life Men’s Home is opening under the direction of executive directors Stanley and Doris Ridley. For more information, call 704-701-8783.

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