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(720) 473-7106

(303) 830-2064

191 E Orchard Road, Suite A
Littleton, CO 80121

New Beginnings Addiction Treatment
& Recovery Center 'NBRC'

Fighting to save lives, change behaviors, restore families and improve communities.

Opioid Treatment | Drug Treatment | Alcohol Treatment


A Comprehensive Inpatient | Outpatient | Clean & Sober Extended Care Living Program

The Donation Page Allows Each Individual or Group to Pledge & Support Our Mission Allocating Funds Based on Perference.

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Addiction is America's MOST Neglected Disease

According to Columbia University Study (2015)

With nearly one in 10 Americans over the age of 12 classified with substance abuse or dependence, addiction takes an emotional, psychological, and social toll on the country. The economic costs of substance abuse and addiction alone are estimated to exceed a half trillion dollars annually in the United States due to health care expenditures, lost productivity, and crime.

Addiction affects roughly 40 million Americans age 12 and older - of whom only about 10 percent are receiving the treatment they need.


Your hard earned money will, 100% save lives. - Why Donate - Choosing to support us because:

  • NBRC has a 70% Success Rate. Science backs up our treatment and recovery strategies, in we treat the mind, body and soul in that order and together. We have proven many times over, that our Recovery Programs change behavior and save lives.
  • In The Life Game. Just do it! Nike- "the winged goddess of victory" has nothing on her. Our Founder & Chief Executive Officer sacrificed her business, her life-style and her finances, committing and dedicating herself, her love, and her life to help others find victory from beneath the darkest hell. She has put in over $1,100,000 of her own personal money which was her retirement, to fund and grow our operation and to sponsor many people who couldn't afford treatment. Our Goal as of 4/01/2017 is to create a development campaign to match her compassion and love so that together victory over dark continues for another decade.
  • 501(c)3 Nonprofit Helping As Many As We Can.  Other organizations that offer recovery programs are motivated by money and personal wealth. We have found that this focus takes away from the passion and love in true service and distracts from the real mission, decreasing their ability to succeed and reducing the quality of treatment. The consequences of these actions in various forms are severe and life threatening for the clients they mean to serve. Our motivation and passion is driven through the work we do every day, watching the miracle of our clients hearts and minds heal as they fight this deadly substance abuse disease.
  • Science Breakthrough & Our Clinical Approach.  The focus of treating and healing the brain and the body first, supported by science, has allowed us to realize significant breakthroughs in client behavior much earlier in the recovery process. Our clinical approach to treat the addiction, counsel the mental illness, and foster attachment health has been the cornerstone of our clients forming better habits.
  • Integrated Recovery Philosophy. We provide Inpatient & Outpatient Recovery and Therapy, Supplemental Care and Services, and Sober Living.  At every step in the recovery journey we have programs to support our clients. Integrated recovery for us means exactly that, various parts or aspects linked or coordinated both customized and personalized to fit each individuals needs. From people that have two hours clean without drug or alcohol use, to men and women with 5,6, 15 years in recovery our complete care philosophy ensures long term success.
  • NBRC has a 70% Success Rate. With this kind of success you can rest assured your support will change lives, change families, and in turn change the world. “We’ve got to put a lot of money into changing behavior.” – Bill Gates

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The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

Addiction is now understood to be a brain disease because scientific research has shown that alcohol and other drugs can change brain structure and function. Advances in brain imaging science make it possible to see inside the brain of an addicted person and pinpoint the parts of the brain affected by drugs of abuse — providing knowledge that will enable the development of new approaches to prevention and treatment.

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