Teen Challenge is a 10-12 month faith-based residential program that helps women overcome life controlling addictions and reintegrate into society as working, responsible and caring individuals. The average cost for the program is $1,600 a month per student, but offered at no cost to the students and their families. We rely totally on the Lord and the donations He provides for us. We deny no one based on financial ability.
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To make a donation to Teen Challenge El Paso, Inc.
Please text the financial amount you prayerfully want to bless Teen Challenge to: 915-228-4156
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This process takes about two minutes and is a one time setup. Many Churches are using this for their congregations. Thank you so very much for your support and prayers. Phone: (915) 566-1197
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We are excited to bring you this great event that will bring "Change for Change. We have set aside Tuesday June 6th as #GivingTuesday. We are asking you to prayerfully consider how you can be a blessing to Teen Challenge that given on this day. Teen Challenge has continued to keep its doors open due to our many sponsors and donors, whether your contribution is through monthly giving, one time giving or giving up your precious time as a volunteer. Thank you we could not have done this without you. We as a staff will also be participating in "Change for Change". A suggestion to staff is: label a jar "Change for Change" and start putting in your spare change at the end of the day or skip that stop at Starbucks and put that couple bucks in the "Change for Change" jar. Bring in your contributions on June 6th. God bless you.
What Keeps Us Going
The students that are in our program come from many different types of backgrounds, but they all have one thing in common- a life controlling problem. A life controlling problem is any habit or problem, which has control of a person to the point that she cannot function properly. The three most common life controlling problems are street drugs, alcohol, and prescription drug abuse; however other issues may also be termed life-controlling if it affects a person's ability to function freely in life.