Our adult long-term program (both men and women) is twelve to fifteen months long. For those who may need an extra touch, we offer a six-month restoration program.
Our adolescent girl’s program is three to five months long. For more information on this program please visit Bloom: A Place for Girls.
Our outpatient program is provided and administered by Teen Challenge Clinical Group. Outpatient services have no set duration.
Strong Biblical foundation is core in both our adult long-term program and our adolescent girl’s program. We teach a Biblical approach not only for recovery from addiction, but for living a full and productive life.
Our adult long-term program includes clinical counseling and life coaching for each resident. Each resident, should it be needed, will earn high school equivalency prior to graduating. Our women’s program cares for victims of sex trafficking along with bringing hope and recovery to the addicted.
Our adult long-term and adolescent girl’s programs are funded by private donations. We do ask families if they can help with a monthly contribution to offset the cost. We do try to help anyone who is ready to change their life—even if they don’t have the financial means to contribute.
For more information on our outpatient program pricing structure, please visit Teen Challenge Clinical Group.
Our adult long-term and adolescent girl’s programs are such that they cannot accept insurance of any sort.
Our outpatient program does accept insurance. To find out if your insurance policy is accepted by Teen Challenge Clinical Group, please contact us directly.
For our adult program, we recommend that you have your loved one contact our admissions department. Although we will be more than happy to help you through the process, we aren’t able to assist an adult who is unwilling to accept the help we offer.
For our adolescent girl’s program, you must be the child’s parent or legal guardian. Please contact the Bloom admissions department for more information.
For our outpatient program, please contact Teen Challenge Clinical Group directly.