You must complete the year in order to graduate, but one may quit and leave the program at any time. However, if a student is probated to us from the court system, we will notify the court of his/her departure.
Yes. There are introduction centers that may vary in length (typically 1-4 months), however the intention is for the individual to complete the one year program at another Teen Challenge.
Yes. There are over 300 Life/Teen Challenge programs worldwide and you can go on the internet and begin with www.teenchallengeusa.com for more information.
No. We are a 501 (c)3 charitable organization, and as such do not provide any type of “fee for service”.
No, State of Michigan statutes do not allow for minors to enroll with us. Contact Teen Ranch at (248) 443-2900 for children under 18.
We guide our students through Biblical counseling.
While there are strict guidelines, married couples are encouraged to schedule an interview and discuss all your options with the Life Challenge staff.
Brightmoor Christian Church in Novi, for Sunday morning and Wednesday evening service, and Revival Tabernacle in Highland Park occasionally.
No. You need to make arrangements for getting to and from the interview, should a need arise while enrolled in the program we can assist with arrangements for “required” transport of a student.
Life Challenge is a very scheduled, regimented program. Monday-Friday students begin with chapel at 8:05 a.m. then Classroom Academics followed up with activities such as study hall, community outreach ministries, etc. Evenings usually consist of study hall and group prayer.