About:
Brooklyn Teen Challenge is a residential faith-based recovery program for men and women with life-controlling issues.
Mission
To help those who are struggling with life-controlling issues to become physically well, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, and spiritually alive.
Serving
Addiction Recovery
Communities in Need
Affiliate Since
2001

Our Partnership

Mobilizing Volunteers
Volunteers teach GED classes to adults participating in the residential program.
Making Grants To Fund Programs
Our funding covers the costs for nutritious fruits, vegetables, and meats to be incorporated into the balanced meals provided to residential recovery program participants.
Why We Love This Affiliate
We love hearing the stories of life transformation from residents and alumni of the Teen Challenge programs!

Volunteer Opportunities

Next Available Opportunity
Fri 11/23/2018 | 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Next Available Opportunity
Sat 12/1/2018 | 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Next Available Opportunity
Sat 12/8/2018 | 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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I was desperate and no one could help me, but Teen Challenge took me in, they helped me and showed me the way. Things happened in the past where I knew Jesus was real but I didn’t know him and they helped me understand who Jesus is and what he did for me, which led to me understanding his grace which is powerful, which lead to understanding his love.

Cesar, Alumni

Mentions

Jan 01.26.2018
Justice Reyes got involved drinking and doing drugs as a middle schooler to escape reality. After a car accident involving drinking and driving, he realized he needed help and went to Brooklyn Teen Challenge and found the fulfillment he had been craving.
Nov 11.07.2017
It’s almost that time of year again—time for gathering families, sharing meals, and giving gifts. We at Hope for New York want to see families across our city experience joy this Christmas. Join us by giving to provide toys for families with limited financial resources.
Sep 09.06.2017
Amanda Wood started doing drugs when she was 15. By the time she was in her twenties, she was in the throes of addiction. But God used the people at Brooklyn Teen Challenge to show Amanda the love of Christ and to bring hope to her life at a time