Adult & Teen Challenge Azle – Fort Worth Men’s Campus Philosophy
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ABOUT ADULT AND TEEN CHALLENGE AZLE – FORT WORTH MEN’S CAMPUS
Adult and Teen Challenge is an international network of faith-based rehabilitation programs founded by the Reverend David Wilkerson in New York in 1958.
Adult and Teen Challenge Azle in Fort Worth, Texas is located on 7.5 acres of rural land. The Fort Worth Men's Campus offers a long-term, Christian residential recovery and discipleship program for men only. It is one of Texas’ 108 (25.1 percent) residential treatment facilities. Detox is not available.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The program at Adult and Teen Challenge Azle - Fort Worth Men’s Campus lasts 12 months, making it one of Texas’s 94 (21.8 percent) of long-term treatment facilities. The Fort Worth Men's Campus offers a Bible-based educational curriculum, individual counseling, and an intensive 13-week course of group counseling that follows a track called "The Ultimate Journey." Under this Christian treatment track, residents work to find the path that will take them to where they want to be.
In addition to counseling and Bible study, the center prides itself on offering skills and qualifications that will stand residents in good stead when they re-enter community life. Specifically, the Fort Worth Men's Campus offers access to GED courses and testing, work experience at an affiliated thrift store, driver safety and food safety certification, training in building maintenance and landscaping, and courses in finances and budgeting. In Texas, 163 (37.8 percent) facilities provide employment training and experiences in their programs.
Should any clients require further treatment after the program is complete, they may attend an aftercare program consisting of transitional living facilities 250 miles south, in Brenham.
There are no medical staff on-site at the Fort Worth Men's Campus. The team consists of counselors and clergy-like staff members.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The program is tobacco-free, both on and off-campus, and clients are also not permitted to take any prescription medications, including Methadone and Suboxone.
In their free time, clients may use an on-site weight room and a sand volleyball court. There are also laundry facilities on the campus.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
Rehabs.com has not yet received any reviews directly from alumni of this facility, but secondary review sites did yield some coverage. On Facebook, where the facility can manage its page, the Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas, Azle Men's Center received an average rating of 4.9 out of five stars from 35 reviews to date. Reviewers provided positive feedback about the faith-based focus, the staff, and the effectiveness of the program. On Google, Teen Challenge of Texas Azle has an average rating of 3.7 out of five stars from six reviews.  In the only negative review with written commentary, a reviewer wrote negative feedback about the thrift store program. On Yelp, there is a single five out of five star review of Teen Challenge of Texas.
WHAT FRIENDS & FAMILY SAY
Both of the loved ones polled by Rehabs.com to date would recommend treatment at the Fort Worth Men's Campus. "He did very well and loved it. He was again brought closer to Christ, and got off the drugs. He is now again, his old self... They did a very good job," one reviewer wrote anonymously of their brother-in-law's stay; the other reviewer gave only minimal commentary. Both reviewers were polled on the center's holistic offerings, and gave them a three out of five star rating and a five out of five star rating, respectively. Otherwise, the reviewers rated different aspects of treatment; one gave ratings of five stars for the center's addiction treatment and counseling and four stars for its family program; the other gave four stars for the center's family participation, counseling options, and ability to treat co-occurring disorders.
The program is funded in large part by the thrift store and by charitable donations. Nonetheless, there's a $1,500 induction fee, and clients begin to pay further fees once they've gained employment in the third phase of treatment. The single individual polled by Rehabs.com to date on the center's pricing gave it five out of five stars.
Published on June 2019
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