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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: WE OPERATE SAFE AND SOBER LIVING RECOVERY HOMES THAT PROVIDE A STRUCTURED PATH OF RECOVERY FOR MEN AND WOMEN THAT ARE READY TO MAKE POSITIVE CHANGES IN THEIR LIVES. WE PROVIDE TRAINING TO BECOME SELF-SUFFICIENT WHILE TEACHING JOB SKILLS AND DEVELOPING WORK ETHICS. NEW LIFE TRANSITIONS PARTNERS WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS THAT MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT IN OUR COMMUNITY. FINALLY WE ARE DEDICATED TO PUTTING HONESTY AND INTEGRITY AT THE FOREFRONT OF ALL WE DO.

Results: We are looking to open two new transitional houses just for veterans and have pledges for $15,000 so far.

Target demographics: We target Veterans, adult men and women in recovery

Direct beneficiaries per year: 100-200

Geographic areas served: Oregon City, Oregon

Programs: Transitional housing Case management Job search and placement Many partners in the community to help our clients

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Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Life Transitions has helped our community by delivering food and helping those in need. Great non profit!

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

For being such a new nonprofit, Life Change Transitions is making a real name for them selves in the Portland Metro area. They have established strong partners and a have a real desire to helping those that need help. Just a great nonprofit!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have known Scott Livingstone for nearly three decades and he is an awesome man of God with a heart to help others in their recovery.God bless you all. John Dugan Maui Hawaii.