Download a printable version of New Beginnings’ Continuum of Care with Agency Description 2016 (2-sided PDF flyer 575KB)

NB Continuum of Care 2016Emergency Shelter

The shelter is New Beginnings’ short-term facility for youth who are in crisis. Referrals are accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information …

Transitional Living Program

The Transitional Living Department provides housing and supportive services to help older adolescents (ages 16-21) develop the attitudes and skills necessary for independent living. Services are designed for youth who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness. The transitional Living Department consists of two programs, the Supervised Apartment Program and the Community Living Program. For more information …

Outreach Services & Drop-In Center  *new location: 134 College Street, Lewiston*

The Outreach program has offices in downtown Lewiston and Farmington and works with youth ages 14-21 who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.They provide meals, information and referrals, supplies and clothing, and group activities. For more information…

Prevention Education, Research, & Training

The HIV Prevention Program provides effective, skills-based education to youth in all of the agency’s programs to help them to stay healthy and reduce their risk for HIV infection. Youth are trained to serve as HIV educators with their peers. For more information …

Educational Support Program

The goal of the Educational Support Program is to re-engage youth with education who are disconnected from traditional education/public school, and to support continuing education for all New Beginnings youth. Individualized instruction and support is provided for youth staying at our Emergency Shelter who are not able to attend school, as well as support with educational goals for youth from any of New Beginnings’ Programs.  For more information …