Our entrance procedure starts with an application. There are a few ways to do this. Find it on our website, come in and fill it out in person or have us send it to you.
The interview is usually done in person, but can be done over the phone if needed.
Attitude is everything. We will never turn anyone away who truly desires change in their life.
As part of the largest drug and alcohol rehabilitation network in the world, Adult & Teen Challenge of Wisconsin provides a lasting solution to life controlling addictions.
Adult & Teen Challenge is concerned with the total person
Our program structure is aware of each person’s spiritual, mental, physical, social, and educational needs. We will do everything in our power to ensure you receive the help you require.
Any person 18 years of age or older who struggles with a drug and/or alcohol related addiction and has a sincere desire to change is welcome.
Because Adult & Teen Challenge is offered at no cost, we ask that only those who fit the following criteria apply:
If you’re ready to take the first step toward transforming your life, don’t wait another minute – our application process is quick and easy. Simply complete the following steps before your admission:
All applicants must also show proof of the necessary items on the prerequisite list.
For more information, please review our general information & induction guidelines.
If, for any reason, we determine Adult & Teen Challenge is not the best option for you, we will provide you with a referral to another program that offers the most appropriate services for your specific circumstances.
During this last year the Lord has helped me immensely. I am rebuilding my life in Christ. I graduated last month and will be entering Brooklyn Teen Challenge School of Ministry in October. Thank you for supporting Teen Challenge Wisconsin! Your support helps those struggling with addiction find freedom.
I was tired of getting high. I wanted to stop but didn’t know how. I decided to go to the Mental Health Complex because I knew it was a safe place where I could get help. There, a priest told me that Jesus was the only one that could help me. He told me about Teen Challenge.