New Lifestyles was marketed as a treatment program where teenagers over 18 could prepare themselves for the real life.
The program took a year 
The program closed 2015 
The young adults lived in one of six homes which is located within the Winchester community. All the houses had video cameras monitoring all but the sleeping rooms.
The young adults could take a high school degree, a GED test or attend a community college and a local University. Beside school there were jobs options. "Volunteering" or unpaid work assignments were also listed but it was not stated whether it was forced unpaid labor.
- Forum: Indepent Small Programs Alliance, a thread on the Fornits Home for Wayward Web Fora