Teen Challenge Of Florida Inc
Rating: 3.67 stars 3 3 reviews
24 W. 10th St. Columbus GA 31901 USA
Teen Challenge of Florida provides a faith-based approach to treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. The residential program involves individual and group counseling, Bible study, Christian curriculum, and church services. The program also provides approved high school-equivalent classes for the juvenile centers and GED access for the adult centers. Work-training requirements are also part of the adult programs to re-introduce work-ethic, discipline, responsibility, teamwork, and other necessary habits and skills to the students.
Teen Challenge of Florida operates adult men, adult women, juvenile boys, and juvenile girls residential programs in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. Total persons assisted when at capacity is nearly 1,000. Teen Challenge also operates a counselor training institute that prepares people, many of whom are graduates of Teen Challenge treatment programs, for employment at any Teen Challenge center in the country.
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I volunteer at the Teen Challenge Center for Adult Men in Tallahassee,Florida, which is under the parent group-Teen Challenge of Florida. I have seen the change in these men during their 12 month stay at our center whether they came to the program voluntarily, or, if they were court ordered to the program to avoid jail time.The staff truly cares about each individual, no matter their circumstance and no matter if they pay a dime or anything for their stay at the center.Turning around from a life long addiction is a hard thing to do & would want to get my help for a better life at Teen Challenge Tallahassee Men's Center.
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I chose to volunteer at this program because I have personally seen a man's life be transformed and made whole through going through the 12 month program.
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Have more income so they could do more things to help more men. Like a bigger facility.
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