Do You Know Someone Trapped in Addiction?
… We’re Here to Help.
BC Teen Challenge exists to see people set free from life-controlling problems.
We are a faith-based residential support program for men and women. Although Teen Challenge began with young people, in BC we accept adults ages 19 and up.
Based on a fundamental conviction that addictive behaviour is the result of deeper issues, for over 50 years Teen Challenge has given countless individuals a second chance at life. We also recognize that addiction can take numerous forms, and is not just limited to drug and alcohol abuse.
BC Teen Challenge has four centres across the province: in Chilliwack, Okanagan, Vancouver Island, and Abbotsford (three for men and one for women). Our program is usually completed in 12 months, and includes educational training, spiritual restoration, and practical work experience. We wish to equip our graduates for healthy and balanced living – completely free from addiction!
Do you GOLF, RIDE, or RUN? There’s something for EVERYONE this summer!
All BCTC events help to sustain our ministry and program. If you can’t take part – you can still support! Click the event below for more details.
BCTC Upcoming Graduations
[No upcoming graduation ceremonies at this time]
Congrats to Kaleigh Ross! Graduate of BC Teen Challenge, May 2013
Chance for BCTC to Receive $20,000 – Vote for Us!
1. Register here as a “voter”: http://theprogress.upicke…m.net/engine/Registration.aspx?contestid=89947
2. VOTE FOR BC TEEN CHALLENGE CHILLIWACK MEN’S CENTRE!
BCTC Breaking News
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Unfortunately, a dangerous mudslide has forced our ladies out of their home at the Abbotsford Women’s Centre. Please see below for articles published in the local media as a result of our official press release.
Would you consider doing three things to help us at this time?
1. PRAY: That God uses this situation for good and brings about a long-term solution, as we believe He can!
2. TELL: Spread the word, let others know.
3. GIVE: If you are able, please considering supporting us with a financial or tangible gift.
>Give at any Envision Financial branch, towards “BC Teen Challenge Mudslide Disaster” fund
>Donate online (top left of this page)
>Seven Oaks Alliance (Abbotsford): is accepting food donations and gift cards on behalf of BCTC
Drop off: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
>Christian Life Assembly (Langley): is accepting gift cards on behalf of BCTC.
Drop off: During office hours
*Contact Angie Appenheimer, 1.888.575.3930 x. 306 to arrange a food drop-off directly to the women
*Gift card recommendations: Costco, Walmart, Save On, PriceSmart
Your support is deeply appreciated!
Published articles on AWC Mudslide Disaster: