Teen Challenge Adult Centers of Texas is a residential, non-profit, faith-based organization that assists people with life-controlling problems such as alcohol or drug abuse. The Midland, Texas based facility is for men and women 18 years of age and above. The students live on our main campus (located approximately 5 miles south of the city) for a minimum of 9 months, and they participate in four phases of instruction---Foundations, Basics, Advanced and Re-entry.
THE 4 PHASES
Foundations | Basic | Advanced | Reentry
The Foundation phase helps individuals adjust to our faith-based program and to voluntarily acknowledge a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The Basic phase gives individuals specific instruction on life skills, problem solving, coping skills, and interacting with others. The Advanced phase concentrates on three important areas: family, leadership, and goal setting. Upon successful completion of the first three levels, the student then moves into the final phase of the program which is the Re-entry phase, located on our campus in town for the men and a separate facility on the main campus for the women. There they spend 3 to 6 months during which they are required to attend, and become involved with, a home church. At this level, other requirements include: maintaining employment, establishing a budget, participating in outreaches, and showing evidence of continued spiritual growth. All of this is aimed at reaching the goal of helping the person return to society as a productive member of the community. The average length of our program is 12 to 15 months; however, some have taken more than 18 months to complete it, depending on the individual's needs. Should you have any questions, or for more information on how to get a loved one into the program, please do not hesitate to call us at our main number:
or email our Intake Coordinator at: