The Importance of Education in the Adult & Teen Challenge Program

One of the more common questions we receive from parents about our programs is how their child’s education will be affected as they complete an Adult & Teen Challenge program. We know how important it is for your child’s education to continue as they start the journey to addiction recovery.

Get Your Child’s Education Back on Track

Many of the students who come through our program have been struggling with addictions for a while, and those struggles often have a negative impact on their grades at school. When one of these students attends an Adult & Teen Challenge center, we do everything we can to get their education back on track while guiding them through their addiction recovery. Your child will receive specialized help from members of our team to help them catch up in subjects that they have been struggling with. Better grades can lead to better confidence and can aid in recovery from addiction.

Guide Teens to the Best Path After Recovery

A solid basis in education is essential to future success, especially with jobs and careers. Taking part in our program means taking the first steps to getting life back on track and making efforts to triumph over addiction. Everyone makes mistakes, and no one gets involved with addictive substances like drugs and alcohol without some underlying issues. Our goal is to make sure mistakes don’t cause more negative impact than they already have. Ensuring that our students have the tools and the guidance necessary to get their degree and start their path to a better and sober life is why education is such an important focus in our residential programs.

Recovery: Our Process

At Adult & Teen Challenge, we have been guiding students through addiction recovery for over 60 years. We offer a Christ-centered approach, helping our students discover and triumph over the underlying causes of their addiction and find the love and grace of Jesus Christ.

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, contact us today.