EAST TEXAS MEN’S REHAB
The East Texas Men’s Rehab, now partnered with Texas Dream Centers, is a drug and alcohol rehab for men located in Deport, Texas. Our program is unique because of its strong faith-based foundation. We believe that there is no lasting freedom without Jesus Christ as Lord of your life. The program requires a minimum of one year, with a six-month aftercare that includes follow-up and classes. Our courses, classes, teaching, work programs, 12 step programs, licensed chemical dependency counselors, as well as Godly examples combine to give this program proven success. This is our mission and purpose. We are Rescuing men from the mud and the mire… we are the arms of Christ.
East Texas Men’s Rehab is a non-profit organization. We are in this because it’s our calling. We know there’s no price that could possibly be placed on freedom. We help men discover Christ, and as they discover Christ, they discover who they were created to be. We help them find their purpose in life. We find ways to utilize and sharpen their God given gifts and talents. We encourage them to dream big. We help them complete school, learn trades, and find jobs. We have professional counseling sessions as well as family counseling. Our goal is total restoration. Restoration of the heart, the mind, the family…restoration of the man.
We believe that someday this will be your neighbor, your co-worker, your doctor, your contractor, your pastor….
Our graduates have gone on to live the lives they were meant to live. MIGHTY Men of God. Leaders of their families. Leaders in the church. Great husbands and fathers. They’re bankers, business owners, barbers, ministers, Adult & Teen Challenge employees, and productive and valuable members of society.
Are you seeking a lasting solution for yourself or a loved one, who’s life has been ravaged by addiction or alcoholism? Adult & Teen Challenge drug and alcohol addiction recovery centers in Texas enroll adult men and women without charge. We work with the whole person, solving the underlying initial causes of addiction, getting these addictive substances out of the individual’s system and giving enough time, encouragement and training to make sure the addiction does not return. We are a residential educational program designed to reverse the destruction that addictions reap on relationships, careers and futures. We set the individual on a new course in life with all new motivations and renewed respect, peace and care for others.”
Adult & Teen Challenge was founded in 1958 by Pastor David Wilkerson who began ministering to drug addicts and gang members on the streets of New York. A recovery home was started shortly thereafter. Adult & Teen Challenge came to Texas in 1968. There are now close to 200 centers in the United States, and over 1000 centers worldwide in over 90 different countries.
Adult & Teen Challenge is a residential recovery and discipleship program. Unlike a conventional rehab, this recovery program encompasses every aspect of life, guiding people to become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, and physically well. It offers non-medical recovery methods such as moral guidance, counseling, and biblical principles to life-controlling problems.
We commit to working with individuals in our program for a full year, not a few weeks or months. Our success in recovery has made us the largest network of addiction recovery centers in the world. We are nonprofit and receive support from the community. If the life and career of a loved one is being destroyed by addiction or alcoholism, don’t look for a quick solution — look for one that will last!
Enrollment in our addiction and alcoholism centers for adults is so affordable because it is supported by the generous gifts in the community. Recovery is faith-based and reinforced by a supportive peer community. Our residents are housed in a controlled environment where new positive habits are formed, mentored by others who have walked the same path to freedom.
* Aside from the $1,500 induction fee, tuition is not charged until the third phase of the program, after a student has gained employment.