Welcome to Teen Challenge El Paso


Offering Hope & Healing to Women with Life Controlling Problems


The Women we serve receive 40 hours of Biblical discipleship per week



We are a 13-bed, 10-12 month long live-in residential facility



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We are always in need of Volunteer Team Members to serve on board of Teen Challenge El Paso


Teen Challenge is a non-profit organization that endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive. We do this by evangelizing people who have life-controlling problems and intiating the discipleship process to the point where the student can function as a Christian in society by applying spiritually motivated biblical principals to relationships in the family, local church, chosen vocation, and the community. Students learn problem solving, coping skills, relapse prevention, money management, and other life skills.



The Teen Challenge residental center for woman located in El Paso provides a safe faith-based solution for any one 18+ years of age, regardless of her financial condition. Students are encouraged to give back to their local community through  community services, such as food drives and more. In addition to our community service activities, we have regular meetings and activities at our location, so that our residents can join together with the El Paso area businesses and churches to impact our area for the better. Learn more about our work.



Teen Challenge El Paso Board member Mr. Lorenzo Lomeli was called home on Tuesday, June 3rd. Mr. Lomeli will be dearly missed. 

Mr. Lomeli was used of the Lord in reaching men and women in the prisons, men and women in the drug connections, street rallies, door to door witnessing and ministering to gang members and everyone who dared to listen and open their hearts to the gospel of Jesus Christ. They were never the same after hearing Mr. Lomeli's testimony of the saving power of Christ in his life. Mr. Lomeli pioneered churches and discipled many men and women to become pastors and church leaders.

Mr. Lomeli got saved at Victory Outreach of El Paso under Pastor Danny Ibarra back in the early 1980's. Revival was going on with drug addicts, drug pushers, gang members and prostitutes. Those that society said had no hope, were getting saved and launching out to become pastor's and residential director's - helping those needing a place to be discipled and taught the word of God. Mr. Lomeli was a charter board member of Teen Challenge El Paso, Inc. since its inception in 2007.

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