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Keep posted on the great things happening at Adult and Teen Challenge of Arkansas. Make a Donation. Calendar of Events. We are a faith based residential program for adult males who struggle with life controlling problems, such as addiction. We offer structure, spiritual and emotional support, classes to address common struggles and issues, the opportunity to earn a GED, develop a positive work ethic, and help others through community service. Those who come to into our program do so voluntarily. We never turn anyone away because they cannot pay.
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The Teen Challenge of Arkansas program is a Christian faith-based rehabilitation center, and can treat adult males who are addicted to drugs or alcohol. The program is non-medical and non-clinical, and is operated solely by volunteers and can provide four to ten months of treatment. This particular branch of Teen Challenge is for young men only.
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