Teen Challenge For Men

Offering hope and healing to men destroyed by drug or alcohol addiction.

Our dedicated Men’s Program staff at Shenandoah Valley Adult & Teen Challenge for Men offers hope & healing to those who have been broken by the pain of drug & alcohol addiction. Our men’s center located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley can handle 14 residents. By applying biblical principles, Teen Challenge endeavors to help men become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive.

Teen Challenge for Men offers a

long-term recovery program with Three Phases…

During the 12 Month program, the guys will participate in Group Studies for New Christians, Personal Studies for New Christians , Living Free Groups, One-on-One Mapping Sessions with a personal mentor, Work Experience Program, Worship & Chapel Services, and Family Day.

Phase
One

The Induction Phase (5 Months)

A faith-based approach, teaching biblical principles through group studies and personal studies.  Individual mentoring, helping students uncover old destructive behavior patterns which led them to and kept them in a lifestyle of addiction.  A new way to think about life which helps students begin the process of making better choices.

Phase
Two

The Training Phase (5 Months)

A faith-based approach, applying phase I biblical principles in real world environments.  Offers group studies teaching the five components of recovery.  A vocational program in which the students are literally employed, paying their own tuition, saving their own money while in the program.

Phase
Three

The Re-Entry Phase (2 Months)

A faith-based approach toward making real life decisions based on their new Godly character.  A process in which students and their mentor plan an exit strategy covering the 6 components of transition and financial direction: employment, communication, transportation, home church, recovery maintenance plan, and a place to live.

How Can We Help?

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