Teen Challenge in Alamogordo, New Mexico

Trying to Find a Teen Challenge in New Mexico for At-Risk Youth?

Teen Challenge Texas In Addition to Customary Boarding Schools, Teen Challenge in New Mexico, Provides Transformation for Struggling Adolescents Who Are Destroying Their Future.

Teen Challenge [believes transformation takes place inside a teen’s heart, mind, and soul. Mainly designed to be a and life-transforming program, our Christian boarding schools also offer a remarkable educational journey.

Both of our troubled teen programs, New Hope (for boys) and Thrive (for girls) include fully equipped school classrooms with licensed teachers on campus. Students can transfer credits back to their school back home, and we present diplomas to students who graduate while here.

Both programs are located in Central Texas, separated from negative influences back home, help adolescents improve behaviorally and grow spiritually, plus develop personal character. Both schools provide troubled teens with valuable education, quality personal mentoring, and spiritual encouragement.

Struggling Kids from New Mexico, Enroll in Our Teen Challenge Programs, Though We are Not Located in New Mexico

Teen Challenge Texas Teen boys and girls come to Teen Challenge (in Texas) from across the nation, including from New Mexico. Usually, our students come from families who live a long way from our campuses. But we know that guiding your son or daughter to a new environment separated from unruly friends can help him or her make important life changes and improve family relationships.

Troubled teen boarding schools in New Mexico, like our Teen Challenge schools, feature committed professional staff who express love for them, even when teens disappoint. Teens in our care attend individual and group counseling and mentoring. We help teens advance through five phases of therapy until they achieve a new way of thinking and begin making better choices. That’s when we know they have found transformation and can safely return to the old environment back home.

Beyond coordinated sessions, therapy for teens from New Mexico, occurs as they relate with our Christian mentors and staff team. Time spent together in the classroom, recreation, meals, and even during chores opens lots of opportunities to talk, share, and learn. And our staff lives in the residence halls, giving them a chance to encourage struggling teens 24/7.

Teens from New Mexico, Attending Teen Challenge Also Learn to Serve Others

Teen Challenge Texas Positive, lasting transformation happens when a teen begins to desire to serve and share with others. In our troubled teen boarding school, we strongly encourage serving the community. As Teen Challenge students assist one another and serve the less fortunate in communities around our campuses, they learn empathy, selflessness, and perhaps a new calling.

Teen Challenge Programs are Less Costly than Other Troubled Teen Boarding Schools in New Mexico

Teen Challenge Texas We’re not a troubled teen school in New Mexico, but we aren’t that far away. Our programs for troubled boys and troubled girls will benefit the restoration of your family. Over the past 30 years, more than eighty percent of parents of teens enrolled here share they have experienced healing in their family relationships.

To find out more, we invite you to explore each of our Teen Challenge programs for troubled teen boys and girls.

If our troubled teen programs are full or if they do not suit your teen’s needs, we’ll put you in touch with other Teen Challenge boarding schools near New Mexico. Call us now. We want to help your struggling teen and your family!

Troubled teen boarding schools in New Mexico, like Teen Challenge schools New Mexico:

Alamogordo is the county seat of Otero County and a city in south-central New Mexico, United States. A desert community lying in the Tularosa Basin, it is bordered on the east by the Sacramento Mountains. It is the nearest city to Holloman Air Force Base. The population was 35,582 as of the 2000 census. Alamogordo is known for the Atari video game burial of 1983. It is also famous for its connection with the Trinity test, the first explosion of a nuclear (atomic) bomb.
Humans have lived in the Alamogordo area for at least 11,000 years. The present settlement established in 1898 to support the construction of the El Paso and Northeastern Railroad, is an early example of a planned community. The city was incorporated in 1912. Tourism became an important economic factor with the creation of White Sands National Monument in 1934. During the 1950-60s, Alamogordo was an unofficial center for research on pilot safety and the developing United States’ space program.
Alamogordo is a charter city with a council-manager form of government. City government provides a large number of recreational and leisure facilities for its citizens, including a large park in the center of the city, many smaller parks scattered through the city, a golf course, Alameda Park Zoo, a network of walking paths, Alamogordo Public Library, and a senior citizens’ center. Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center is a nonprofit shared military/civilian facility that is also the hospital for Holloman.
As the economic center of Otero County, Alamogordo has a primarily service and retail economy that draws its customers from tourists and from active-duty and retired military personnel. The city is accessible through three U.S. Highways and scheduled commercial air service at Alamogordo-White Sands Regional Airport. Holloman Air Force Base (including a German Air Force Tactical Training Center) and White Sands Missile Range are two nearby major military bases. By some estimates, Holloman accounts for half the economy of Alamogordo. The city also has a public school system, a branch of New Mexico State University, and the New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, making education also a significant contributor to the economy. A city’s gross receipts tax funds incentives for new businesses, which are recruited by the nonprofit Otero County Economic Development Council. Several films a year are shot partly in the Alamogordo area and the filming expenditures add to the economy. The New Mexico Museum of Space History, Lincoln National Forest, and White Sands National Monument are in or near the city. A hot-air balloon festival is held annually. Skiing is available in nearby Mescalero and Cloudcroft, and gambling is available at the Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino in Mescalero.

Excerpt about Troubled Teen Boarding Schools in New Mexico, like Teen Challenge schools, used with permission from Wikipedia. 

Look to Our Teen Challenge Programs as You Seek Troubled Teen Boarding Schools in New Mexico. Please Call Us at One of the Numbers Below, or Fill in the Inquiry Form.

Thrive Girls Ranch & Home: 512-545-2226
New Hope Boys Home: 830-257-5714
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