Since 1983, Adult & Teen Challenge of Wisconsin has been fighting addiction on the frontlines. Our drug and alcohol addiction recovery programs have proven to change lives with one of the highest rehabilitation success rates in the world. It is our mission to place hope within reach of all who struggle with life controlling addiction.
This is why Adult & Teen Challenge’s Super Thrift Store in Milwaukee, WI is one of the best places to shop and donate your unused household items. Every time you make a purchase or graciously donate, you’re directly providing the funds and support to someone working to complete their recovery program. You’re providing our residents a chance to experience freedom from addiction.
At Adult & Teen Challenge, we are committed to utilizing the Super Thrift Store as a catalyst for change – in the lives of our students and throughout our Milwaukee community. We are committed to good stewardship, and we evaluate all expenses related to staffing and operating our trucks on a regular basis.
Our organization has been incredibly blessed over the years, and we feel our Super Thrift Store is not simply a means to raise consistent support – it allows us to serve others, as well. We accomplish this by:
Your donation to Super Thrift plays a vital role in transforming the lives of our residents of the Robby Dawson Home for Women and Men’s Center of Hope Campus. Donations can be dropped off any time during regular store hours or dropped off at any of our dropbox locations. To request a pick up, please fill out our online request form.
Adult & Teen Challenge Super Thrift Store
5333 N. 91st Street
Milwaukee, WI 53225
Monday – Saturday (9am to 7pm)
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.