- Lifeline offers ministry to the larger percentage of the addicted population who will not commit time to a residential program unless court-ordered.
Research shows less than 10% of addicts enter residential recovery/treatment facilities
- Lifeline serves as a point of contact for our Teen Challenge residential programs in:
County detention centers, drug court, churches, and communities;
Provides referrals to Teen Challenge with appropriate information regarding fees, application process, and loca- tions that will help educate and prepare clients for our residential centers. LET’S FILL OUR EMPTY BEDS!
- Lifeline gives opportunity to bring together the faith community for a common cause.
Every corner of the American landscape is adversely affected because of drugs and alcohol.
Churches have a cause to come together.
The faith-based community taking back their community!
- Lifeline offers volunteers training and the opportunity to be involved and committed to an impacting ministry.
Accountability and continued support and encouragement are provided for their own growth and leadership development.
- Lifeline offers a relevant, relational and progressive model for successful ministry at county detention centers, with referral to residential programs and follow-up in Lifeline groups after release.
- Lifeline provides optional faith-based alternative choices for Drug Court clients:
Drug Court officers are open to additional programming to AA, NA and Al-Anon
- Lifeline offers groups and ministry to families:
Mothers, wives, husbands, fathers, brothers, sisters, and even friends can receive help and hope as they struggle with decisions and despair during a loved one’s addiction
Update: For more information, visit: http://lifelineconnection.org/