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This is the best program! I came here with addiction to drugs and massive anxiety. This program saved my life but also changed it for the better. What helped me the most was great therapy, groups, and pushing me on sober living with the AA aspect of it, which has really helped many create a foundation for a successful life in sobriety. I attended all phases of the program and it helped me gradually go back to my life with confidence to stay clean and sober. It was really fun too! I made some best friends. Thank you Northeast!
This program saved my life. I was addicted to heroin and cocaine. I also used every prescription narcotic I could get my hands on (opioids, amphetamines, benzodiazepines, etc.). In 2004 I was charged with 14 felony charges, including 2 armed robberies, in Middlesex and Norfolk counties. My father bailed me out with the understanding that I would find a place to go until I was sentenced. I called dozens of programs but was not accepted into any of them. I had no money, no assets, no insurance, no transportation, and was in serious legal trouble. Someone in jail told me about this program. I was confused by the name "Teen Challenge" because I was 20 years old, but the guy who told me about the program assured me it was for adults who were 18+. I was hesitant because I was an atheist and he said it was a faith-based program. With no other options available I called them and without hesitation, they accepted me into the program. It was such a relief to have somewhere to go. In August of 2004, I came into the program. They patiently brought me to every court date without fail and vehemently fought for me to stay out of jail. I was convicted of 9 felonies, but the judge saw the changes in me and eventually sentenced me to 3 years probation (running concurrently)! I have since achieved personal, spiritual, and economic success. I won't get into all the details here, but the program brought me back to life. This is so much more than a rehab!
It was awful. The staff were basically babysitters of very medicated patients.
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