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I Am Addicted

photo-1465658100656-b65268ea4c2e HOPE IS HERE! Regardless of how many promises to yourself and your loved ones you have broken, regardless of how many times you have tried and failed, there is hope. You can change. Although there are many modalities in available treatment programs, none will work unless you really want to change. Teen Challenge encourages [...]

End Addiction

Teen Challenge New England & New Jersey’s End Addiction Campaign team will bring our substance abuse prevention presentation to your school, youth group or community event. It is interactive, multimedia, and includes real stories of people from all walks of life who have overcome addiction.   Contact us today! #endaddiction End Addiction Pens $5.00 Add [...]

Books

<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Changed Lives</strong> is a compilation of miraculous stories of people who were addicted to drugs and alcohol and with no hope. But now through an encounter with God and the Teen Challenge Program, their lives have been changed. This book is a must read, the true stories will touch your heart, and give [...]

What Change Looks Like

You’ve never met them face-to-face … Neal, Kristy and baby Caleb … But you’re such a huge part of their family that it’s probably time. Neal and Kristy met their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through the ministry of Teen Challenge. And that’s not all … they met each other here too. By God’s grace, the […]

Addiction: Faith-Based Solution

When I was younger, I never thought of church as more than a building where people would gather. I had friends who went to Catholic service and they were serious about it, but I never heard about who Jesus was. My entire life, I had always questioned if there was a God, until I was […]

Substance Abuse Treatment

Do you know someone close to you who is struggling with drug addiction or some form of substance abuse? Have you ever felt like just giving up on them because the situation feels hopeless? We encourage you to keep pressing on and to encourage them going to treatment. It may seem obvious but treatment for […]

Inside OUT

***This is a sequel to the previous blog post called “Outside IN”. These are two perspectives; one as seeing an addict, and one as being an addict. Children laughing, people clapping, smiles present, happiness and contentment seem so common to those around me, how is this possible? As I ride by the parks where I […]