New Found Life of Delray Beach is Supporting Programs at The Bridge Way School through a Donation

New Found Life of Delray Beach is pleased to announce a donation to support the innovative programs at The Bridge Way School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's, first recovery based high school. New Found Life of Delray Beach and The Bridge Way School share the ideal that sustained sobriety is assisted through ongoing counseling and support in a structured environment.

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We were both so impressed with the facilities, staff, and students we met on our recent trip to The Bridge Way School.

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

New Found Life of Delray Beach is pleased to announce a donation to The Bridge Way School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Bridge Way School, Philadelphia’s first high school supporting students in their recovery, offers innovative counseling and education programs.

After a recent visit to The Bridge Way School, founders of New Found Life of Delray Beach Michael Watt and Saul Kane elected to support the programs of the school through a donation. As a private high school, traditional federal, state, and local funding is not available, and private donations, grants, sponsorships are required.

“We were both so impressed with the facilities, staff, and students we met on our recent trip to The Bridge Way School. Maintaining sobriety is a challenge, regardless of age; however, high school students have special challenges and need additional support and we are thrilled to be in a position to support their mission,” says Saul Kane.

Devin Reaves, counselor at The Bridge Way School, says, “We are excited that New Found Life of Delray Beach is supporting teens in recovery. I am glad they recognize the need for addiction counseling for young, impressionable teens finding their way in their new sober life.”

New Found Life of Delray Beach offers adults rehab and sober living programs that focus on creating healthy substance free lifestyles. Through gender specific programs residents are encouraged to dive into the root of their addiction while developing relapse prevention strategies for the future.

The donation from New Found Life of Delray Beach to The Bridge Way School will help the school to continue to support recovering teens as their earn their high school diploma.

“Our hope is that through our donation, more students that are struggling with recovery find the resources and support they need through this meaningful educational program,” says Michael Watt.

About New Found Life of Delray Beach
New Found Life of Delray Beach is an innovative treatment and recovery center located in the heart of the “Recovery Capital of America” – Delray Beach, Florida. Offering outpatient treatment programs in a true gender-specific environment, our rehab and sober living programs are designed to treat individuals with a variety of substance abuse problems and their underlying physical and emotional needs of both men and women. Recovery from addiction is a journey, not a destination, and requires individuals to be healthy in mind, body and spirit for long-term success. Programs offered at New Found Life of Delray Beach help clients get to the underlying root of addiction while developing effective relapse prevention plans and strategies for successful reintegration into the real world. To learn more about New Found Life of Delray Beach, visit http://www.nflfl.com.

About The Bridge Way School
The Bridge Way School is the first high school in Philadelphia designed specifically for students working a recovery program for substance abuse addiction. The Bride Way School is a member of the Association of Recovery Schools and features a teacher to student ratio of 1 to 10. As part of the experience, 12-step principles are incorporated into the curriculum, as well as the dynamic of the school. The setting helps to foster continued growth and strength of sobriety skills in a supportive sober learning community. To learn more about The Bridge Way School, visit: http://www.thebridgewayschool.org.


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