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Teen Challenge Nigeria does not charge people to participate in its programs and seeks support primarily by voluntary contributions (financial and material) from friends like you, including individuals, corporations, churches and foundations. You can donate right now by making a credit card payment online
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Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.” The salvation of Jesus Christ is the main avenue to create true and lasting change in a person’s life. Bed space is limited so do not waste another minute. Contact us today!
Help us conquer drugs and alcohol addictions by joining our team of dedicated volunteers. There are many ways to help including volunteering your time and skills. We need more hands to support our cause in various ways. We have a variety of possibilities if you’re interested in giving some of your time.
THERE IS HOPE
We believe that there is hope for every person trapped in addiction. Drug and alcohol use leads to feelings of guilt and despair, while the pain inside seems to be endless. At Teen Challenge Nigeria, we offer a message of hope and freedom through a relationship with Jesus Christ. It is not just freedom from drugs or alcohol, but freedom from everything that would keep us from the destiny for which we were created. If you or a loved one needs help overcoming a life-controlling problem, we are here to help.
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“I battled years of addiction to alcohol. My family had nearly given up on me. Today, I’m thankful am alcohol free. Teen Challenge made it possible for me to lift my head with real hope for the future. I used to depend on the bottle in my hand for survival, but now I’ve thrown the bottle away and I’m holding on to Jesus. ”
“Samson Nuhu, a 30 years old Nigerian male, walked into the doors of Teen Challenge Nigeria, in November 2013, an alcoholic who had been caught up in alcoholism for 8 years. Through that one decision he found freedom and hope in Jesus Christ.He went through the program and graduatedin 2015. He went on to do a 1 year internship staff training with Teen Challenge Nigeria, and is presently the program supervisor, and is helping other students settle into the program.
A Bible Seminary student with Jos ECWA Theological Seminary (JETS) Jos. He majors in youth Ministry.Glory to God, Samson has been sober and alcohol free for 5 years now!”
“After tearing my life apart from years of drug abuse, I tried to kill myself. God saved me from myself and I now stand free in Christ from the bondage of addiction. Christ is the cure! I am a new creation in Christ.” 2 Corinthians 5:17”
“I came to this program broken and in pieces. I was in a dark place in myself as well as in reality. The peace and inner joy that I have found in Jesus has given me hope to be alive and free. I am not the same guy with a bad reputation anymore. I am a loved child of the Most High”