New Life House was relocated to Artesia Blvd. in Torrance, California in 1987 to continue to serve men in recovery.
At that time, only adult men were entering New Life House. In the early 1990’s many families of teenagers and young men approached New Life House to help address their son’s addictions. At the time, long-term, resident services for teens and young adults were unavailable. Soon after admitting the younger people it became apparent that the disparity in their emotional ages, social skills, and life experiences were significant enough to require different approaches with each group of men for sobriety. In 1994, Perry separated the age groups and opened a second sober living house for men in Los Angeles to accommodate the older adults. New Life House’s success in working with young men began to take off once the guys began living with their own peers.