CHANGING ONE LIFE AT A TIME

RESOURCES

One Year Program

Download our Application for the Tennessee Valley Teen Challenge, Inc. one year residential program for men.


Quinco Hotline 1-800-467-2515/925-8210

Pathways in Jackson 1-800-372-0693

St. Francis in Memphis Hosptial 901-765-1000/1545

Vickie Morris-Parkwood Memphis Olive Branch 901-521-1400

Veterans Administration 615-327-4751

Baptist Hospital Union City 800-828-4578 



Christian Rehabilitation Services and Facilities

For Women & Children

(Not Teen Challenge Programs)


Moriah House, Memphis

for women and children

Director Beverly 901-522-8819


Mercy Missions, Nashville

for pregnant women up to age 28

615-831-6987


The Hope Center in Nashville

615-312-1574


Kelly

The Care Center, Jackson, TN

(Homeless Women and Children)

Nathan & Susan Young 731-427-2273


Pregnant Women in Crisis

Corinth, MS

1-800-663-1639


Women at the Well

Athens, TN

412-745-0010


Women only-Place of Hope

Columbia 

Michelle Lancaster

931-388-9406


Salvation Army

Florence, AL

256-764-4432 


Memphis Union Memphis

901-526-8434


Pastor Steve

Restoration Ranch

Tuscumbia, AL 1-256-381-0930 


For men & Women

Dream Center

Jackson, TN

731-512-0095


Rhema

925-8314/8319


Mercy House

Mississippi

228-588-3572


Christian Service Mississippi

90 Day pre-program for Teen Challenge  

Memphis 601-582-5683   


Herlie   

Danny Pierce

Set Free Christian Fellowship

Hendersonville, NC

Spirit Filled Ministry 

828-242-1390    

828-654-7964



Since Teen Challenge first opened its doors to drug addicts and alcoholics in 1958, thousands have come seeking help.

Three significant research projects have confirmed the effectiveness of the Teen Challenge approach to helping those affected by life-controlling problems.

Researchers credit the spiritual component of the program as the key to the high success rate of Teen Challenge graduates.


Noted Studies:

 - University of Tennessee Report

- National Institute on Drug Abuse Report

 - Northwestern University, The Teen Challenge Drug Treatment Program in Comparative Perspective