Adult & Teen Challenge USA (417) 581-2181 855-END-ADDICTION ABOUT MISSION & VISIONSERVICES ADDICTIONRESOURCES HOW TO HELP DONATE TODAY FIND A CENTER rope illustrating drug and alcohol recovery triggers Avoiding Triggers During Drug and Alcohol Recovery September 19, 2017 Drug and alcohol recovery is a lifelong process. Even after graduating from an Adult and Teen Challenge USA recovery program, entering the real world is full of temptations and struggles that you will have to face head-on. Understanding this before you enter the world after graduation will be extremely beneficial for your continued success in drug and alcohol recovery. One important element to keep in mind as you continue your life after graduating from a drug and alcohol recovery program is knowing your specific triggers for your addiction. Today, we will discuss some of the more common triggers for drug and alcohol addiction and how to avoid or overcome these triggers. While not all of these triggers will necessarily apply to you, the advice and strategies that we discuss in this blog can help you in your specific triggers as well.Learn More
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During this last year the Lord has helped me immensely. I am rebuilding my life in Christ. I graduated last month and will be entering Brooklyn Teen Challenge School of Ministry in October. Thank you for supporting Teen Challenge Wisconsin! Your support helps those struggling with addiction find freedom.
I was tired of getting high. I wanted to stop but didn’t know how. I decided to go to the Mental Health Complex because I knew it was a safe place where I could get help. There, a priest told me that Jesus was the only one that could help me. He told me about Teen Challenge.