New Home Legacy for Women facility plans to empower women going

New Home Legacy for Women facility plans to empower women going through tough times

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

The New Legacy Home for Women opens a new facility, it's purpose is to help women through spiritual healing and self re-development. The new facility will house up to 24 women. They will will participate in a three phase, 15 month program, it teaches basic skills to better their lives while transitioning back into society.

"We are taking that lady that maybe has no hope anymore and has lost hope and we are giving her that hope, a place to start over," said Shanna Hargrave, executive director of the New Legacy Home for Women. "They will learn everything from computer skills, getting their GED if they don't have that or their diploma and they will learn about volunteering and they will be able to get jobs."   

The program will also teach how to manage their finances, pay off debt, and create a long lasting relationship with Christ. The program is provided free of charge to women ages 21 through 40.

For more details about The New Legacy Home for Women and the program it offers visit the following link:  http://www.newlegacyhome.org/

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