Some of the services provided at Teen Challenge Rehab include Stay Sharp, Ministry Training and Faith Based Care, states Teen Challenge. These are categorized as residential, non-residential and prevention services and are based upon Christian values.
Stay Sharp is a prevention service designed to create awareness in students regarding drug and substance abuse, explains Teen Challenge. It offers insight on facts, cost and misinformation regarding substance abuse and the consequences of bad choices. It uses information from multimedia sources and testimonies of rehabilitated members. The program is designed to incorporate teachers, parents, pastors and other members of the community.
The institution also has prison programs designed to reach out to the inmates, states Teen Challenge. These are done in two ways: the Barracks unit designed as a Teens Challenge program to be used within prisons, and a weekly community group that supports the inmate program with a faith-based approach.
Community groups present a non-residential approach in which participants learn Christ-centered ways of dealing with the challenges of life, states Teen Challenge. One such is Lifeline Connections, which is powered by Living Free curriculum. This is convenient for people who lost time in prison, so that they can find time to work or study. Ministry Training Services are offered to teenagers returning to the program as staff members after experiencing a successful rehabilitation process. The Emerging Training College offers such trainings with college accreditation. Trainings run for 12 to 18 months. Despite the name, all services extend even to adults.