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You're never alone with Adult and Teen Challenge (7 photos)

A faith-based organization that is focused on helping those in need.
Adult and Teen Challenge wants the community to know they’re here for the needs of anyone struggling with addiction and recovery.
A faith-based organization that began in 1958, Adult and Teen Challenge is all over the world helping local communities and are a safe space right here in Thunder Bay.
Their vision is to put Hope Within Reach for our communities; to see all people freed from life-controlling issues through the power of Jesus Christ. 

Events and awareness

In Thunder Bay, Adult and Teen Challenge hosts a plethora of events, such as Sled for Eternity, Golf Tournaments, Banquet dinners and even paintball for those more adventurous.


A few of the services they offer in Thunder Bay include long-term residential programs, non-residential small groups, support groups for family/loved ones and drug awareness presentations.

Family/Loved One Support 

Families benefit immensely from getting help for themselves at Adult & Teen Challenge’s Concerned Persons Group.  The curriculum the group covers, along with a small group setting allows them the opportunity to walk alongside people on their journey.

Donations and micro-enterprises

Adult and Teen Challenge is able to offer these programs through donations from the community and micro-enterprises that assist with running the organization changing people’s lives.
“We run on donations and our micro enterprises,” says Robby Ahuja, director of the NW Ontario.
One well-known micro enterprise is Super Thrift, located at 107 Johnson Ave. Additional ways to support are through monetary donations and their vehicle donation program.  (Call 807-345-2277 for more information)

Here to stay

With structured programming, support groups and more available through their micro-enterprises and additional fundraising events, Adult and Teen Challenge in Thunder Bay is a staple for our community.
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