Adult Teen Challenge For Men

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

We offer both short- and long-term programs. At Shenandoah Valley Adult Teen Challenge for Men, we offer the opportunity to those who have been broken by the pain of drug & alcohol addiction. Our mountain top 6,000 square foot men’s center and 2500 sq. ft. reentry home is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. Our comprehensive programs endeavor to help men become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive.

What to Expect…

Through classes, individual study, mentoring sessions, work ethics training, and involvement in the Christian community, our structured program offers an extended time period to bring the student slowly out of wrong and drug-impacted thinking into an awareness of a purpose for their life and a new way of thinking and living.  Society has no place for abusing drugs or alcohol; addiction is replaced by self-love, peace, happiness, purpose, and excitement for the future. Life-changing experiences happen daily at our mountain top location. 

Phase
One

The Induction Phase (3 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

Breaking Free (3 Months)

A faith-based approach, applying phase I biblical principles in real-world environments. Adult Teen Challenge offers group studies teaching the five components of recovery. Breaking Free helps the student to unearth the roots of addiction and build hope and purpose in Christ. A program in which the students are employed in the real world, gaining real work experience, to prepare them for their future.

Phase
Three

The Re-Entry Phase (3-6 Months)

In this optional after-care program we employ 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: leadership training, employment, communication, transportation, home church, recovery maintenance plan, and a place to live.

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