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TEEN CHALLENGE ALBERTA

  • The Mustard Seed - Mustard Seed helps meet the basic needs of shelter, food, clothing and acceptance for men and women experiencing poverty, and works with them to find sustainable housing and employment.
  • The Addiction Helpline - The Addiction Helpline is a toll free confidential service which provides alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and problem gambling support, information and referral to services.
    1-866-332-2322.
  • The Gunn Centre - Gunn Centre offers temporary accommodation and support services for men who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, and currently unable to provide for their basic needs without assistance.
  • Hope Mission - Hope Mission cares for impoverished and homeless people in the city of Edmonton.
  • Alberta Learning Information Service - ALIS is the provincial gateway to help Albertans plan and achieve educational and career success.

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TEEN CHALLENGE ATLANTIC

  • Harvest House Atlantic - Harvest House outreach centers are a place for individuals to find support and security as well as a place that will try and meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the individual.
  • Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work - The CCRW is the lead non-profit Canadian cross disability organization supporting persons with disabilities, employers and community agencies in advancing employment.
  • The House of Nazareth - The House of Nazareth is a temporary emergency shelter, free of charge; for men, women and families in need.
  • New Brunswick Addiction Helpline - Gambling Help Line is answered by health professionals and provides callers with information on gambling addiction through either providing written literature and/or referrals to counseling services. Also provides meeting times and locations, and how to access financial help.

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TEEN CHALLENGE GTA WOMEN'S CENTRE

  • Big Brothers and Sisters of Toronto - BBS is committed to Canada's young people that will one day be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs.
  • Job Start - Provides adults, foreign trained professionals, new to Canadians, persons with disabilities, students and youth with access to programs and services to help them find work.
  • Sistering: A women’s Place - Sistering is a women’s agency serving homeless, marginalized and low-income women in Toronto.
  • North York Women’s Shelter - The NYWS is a place of safety, support and hope for women who are survivors of violence and abuse.
  • Rexdale Women’s Centre - The Rexdale Women’s Centre provides quality service for women and their families within the GTA.
  • New Life Girls’ Home - Offers a residential Christian program for older teens and young women aged 18-30 years old, who have life controlling problems such as drug/alcohol addiction, sexual dysfunction, eating disorders, self-abuse including cutting, and other compulsive behaviours.
  • Mercy Ministries - Mercy Ministries of Canada is a free-of-charge, non-profit residential home for young women who face life-controlling issues. These young women, ages 19-28, come from diverse socio-economic circumstances. They are seeking freedom from issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, depression, eating disorders, unplanned pregnancy, physical and sexual abuse and self-harm.
  • York Support Services Network - York Support Service is a community-based agency that offers a range of case management and community crisis services throughout York Region to support individuals with a developmental disability and/or a serious mental illness.

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>> Download Teen Challenge GTA Winter 2015 Newsletter

>> Download Teen Challenge National 2015 Annual Report


TEEN CHALLENGE LONDON

  • Boys and Girls Club of London - Provides a place to learn with programs for all age groups.
  • London Salvation Army - The Salvation Army Centre of Hope is committed to excellence, empowering  those within our sphere of influence to achieve their own NEW BEGINNING.
  •  Men’s Mission - The Men’s Mission provides food, shelter, clothing and crisis intervention.
  •  United Way London - United Way exists to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action.
  •  Imagine Canada - Imagine Canada’s mission is to support and strengthen charities and nonprofits so they can, in turn, support the Canadians and communities they serve.

>> Download the Teen Challenge "Faith Edition" Newsletter

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>> Download Teen Challenge London Winter 2015 Newsletter

>> Download Teen Challenge National 2015 Annual Report


TEEN CHALLENGE NORTH

  • Humane Society - The Humane Society of Canada (HSC) works to protect dogs, cats, horses, birds, rabbits and small animals, livestock, lab animals, wildlife and the environment.
  • YMCA - The YMCA in Canada is dedicated to the growth of all persons in spirit, mind and body, and to their sense of responsibility to each other and the global community.
  • Safe Haven - A temporary housing program that offers individuals without shelter a place they can call home.
  • John Howard Society - Committed to building a safe and productive community, working with adults and youth who are facing barriers to independent and healthy living.
  • Big Brothers and Sisters - BBS is committed to Canada's young people that will one day be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs.

>> Download the Teen Challenge "Faith Edition" Newsletter

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>> Download Teen Challenge North Winter 2015 Newsletter

>> Download Teen Challenge National 2015 Annual Report


TEEN CHALLENGE SASKATCHEWAN

  • Imagine Canada - Imagine Canada’s mission is to support and strengthen charities and nonprofits so they can, in turn, support the Canadians and communities they serve.
  • Soul Harbour Rescue Mission - Rescue people from poverty and addiction by offering emergency help, such as food, clothing, shelter, life changing recovery programs and the Gospel message.
  • Food Bank - The Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre visions a food-secure community where all people have access to safe, affordable, and nutritious food.
  • Adult Learning center - Provides services to men and women above 18 that might allow them to obtain education needed to further skills for the work force.
  •  Friendship Inn - As an organization, Friendship Inn is responsive, compassionate, and fosters a sense of belonging.

>> Download the Teen Challenge "Faith Edition" Newsletter

>> Download the Teen Challenge National 'Get Help Edition' Newsletter

>> Download Teen Challenge Saskatchewan Winter 2015 Newsletter

>> Download Teen Challenge National 2015 Annual Report


TEEN CHALLENGE LINKS

  • Global Teen Challenge - Global Teen Challenge is a service agency that exists to serve the more than 1000 Teen Challenge programs in more than 80 countries of the world.
  • British Columbia Teen Challenge - BC Teen Challenge is a faith-based residential program for young men and women, ages 19 and older, who are trapped in life-controlling addictions.
  • Teen Challenge of Central Canada - Teen Challenge of Central Canada is a 12-month Christian discipleship program for men struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction.