We’re pleased that you’ve found our drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs at Adult & Teen Challenge of Wisconsin. As one of the most successful faith-based rehabilitation support networks in the world, Teen Challenge provides residential programs to help those struggling with life controlling addictions.
There is hope, and that hope is found in Jesus Christ. True change comes from what God can do inside of us.
This is why our classes, counsel, and environment as a whole all start with a foundational belief in God and values found in the Bible. Our faith-based approach to drug and alcohol recovery has proven to be the most effective care available for overcoming addiction and beginning a new life.
“Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.” – I Corinthians 13:7
Strong, healthy relationships are the foundation of recovery. When the effects of drugs and alcohol wear off, your loved one may experience a variety of emotions, such as anger, pain, guilt, and homesickness. Your natural instinct may be to relieve their pain, but there’s no growth without it. Together, we must shut the door on every excuse to leave the program prematurely.
As brave as your loved one may appear, there is real fear being faced in order to transform their life. We need you, as their support system, to stand strong as we ask them to take an honest look at their life. Throughout Adult & Teen Challenge of Wisconsin’s addiction recovery program, it is vital that we partner together in support of your loved one.
Please reach out to your loved one’s Program Director whenever you have questions about what is communicated to you by your loved one participating in our rehabilitation programs. Whether you’re reached over the phone or in a letter, it’s important for us to gain your perspective as we assist your loved one with recovery from the devastation of their addiction.
My name is Natalie and I’m 20 years old. I am proud to say I have found God, and there is no going back for me. Over one year ago I came into the program, a completely broken and lost soul. I had tried everything that the world had to offer me, explored every religion, but I was still left empty. I was facing prison time.
My name is Grace and I am 25 years old. I was born and raised in the south side of Chicago. My parents got divorced when I was 12 years old and it really affected me. I was very upset and sad that I had to be in the middle of my parent’s separation. As I got older I continued to carry this anger and darkness that followed me.