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Adult & Teen Challenge Wyoming seeks to help women and their children in crisis become mentally stable, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.

 OUR MISSION 
OUR MISSION
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 OUR VISION 
OUR VISION

An organization providing effective care, compassionate Bible-based counseling and Christian education in a safe and comfortable setting, through competent and caring staff who are firmly grounded in their faith in Jesus Christ, supported through the generosity of a concerned community.

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HOW IT BEGAN

After seeing an article in Life magazine about a murder by teenage gangs, David Wilkerson heard God speak, “Go to New York City and help those boys.”

From simple beginnings, Teen Challenge has grown to over 200 locations in the US & Canada and over 1000 around the world. 

ADULT & TEEN CHALLENGE
OF WYOMING

Adult & Teen Challenge Wyoming is a faith-based 501c3 nonprofit program offering hope and recovery to anyone dealing with addictions to drugs, alcohol, or other life-controlling situations. We are faith-based because we know that it takes the power of Jesus Christ to truly set people free from a lifestyle of drug and alcohol addiction. We are a ministry of Adult & Teen Challenge USA. Through effective discipleship, mentoring, and life-skills training, ATC and its affiliates have seen positive outcomes and radical life-transformation throughout a 60-year history.

Director & President

Pat Boyer, Licensed Counselor

 

Vice President

Janae Padilla

 

Secretary

 

Treasurer

Judy Ellis

 

Members

Pastor Mark Lewis

Sharon Lockwood

Pastor Shirley Keil

Linda Lewis

 

Administrative Assistant

Cathie Christie

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ACCREDITATION

Adult & Teen Challenge Wyoming is accredited by Adult & Teen Challenge USA to serve as an information and referral center, helping individuals and families find and make application for admission to an appropriate center. It also offers a variety of faith-based programs in churches and the community to deal with problems such as drug and alcohol addictions, depression, and abuse as well as groups designed to strengthen marriages and families.  A third program provided is a free counseling program provided by licensed Christian counselors.

A residential center for women, who may be accompanied by children under age five, struggling with life controlling issues, such as addiction is planned for opening in 2021.