Freedom From Addiction Starts Here

OUR VISION IS SEEING ALL PEOPLE FREED FROM LIFE-CONTROLLING ISSUES THROUGH THE POWER OF JESUS CHRIST!

What Makes Us Different?

Transformation – Not Treatment

The biggest difference between Adult & Teen Challenge and a traditional recovery center is our focus on Christ. Our programs depend on the power of the Holy Spirit and God’s word to provide our students with a guiding light. Treatment is important, but transformation is key

Discipleship & Evangelism

Through our Bible-based curriculum, students learn how to apply God’s Word to their lives. They also learn to recognize the Holy Spirit’s work in their lives, invite God to help them overcome their life-controlling problems, and become more like Christ.

Long-Term Residential Programs

Most of our programs last an average of 12-18 months. This timeframe provides ample opportunity for adults and teens to confront their destructive choices, their self-sabotaging behavior, and their unhealthy views. It then gives them a safe place to establish a new “normal”— assured of the love of God and under the guidance of Biblical principles.

Addiction Affects Everyone

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19.7 Million Americans struggled with addictions in 2017

SAMHSA

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In 2017, 47,872 people died from an opioid overdose.

Surgeon General

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In 2015, the costs of the opioid crisis alone were estimated at $504 billion.

Surgeon General

But There is Hope!

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Tributes & Remembrances

You're invited!

Join us at our biennial leadership conference as we discuss the future of faith-based addiction recovery. Hear from dynamic speakers like John Maxwell, John Townsend, Beth Greco, Randy Ruiz, Jim Bradford, and Anna Ramos. Choose from 25 different break-out sessions!

You don’t have to be an Adult & Teen Challenge staff member to attend. The event is open to anyone who wants to learn more about faith-based addiction recovery. We welcome similar ministries, pastors, counselors, and laypeople who want to do more to help hurting people.