Our Program

Our Program
Life Care consists of four graduated levels, all focusing on spiritual and emotional wellness.

Life Care

A residential, faith-based drug and alcohol recovery program, NDTC Life Care provides individuals with a supportive environment, Biblical principles, and individualized courses of learning necessary for gaining freedom and lasting recovery from drug and alcohol abuse, and the life-controlling problems associated with it. Life Care consists of four graduated levels, all focusing on spiritual and emotional wellness. This is a minimum 12-month, residential program.

Level One (14 weeks) - Recovery
Residents attend classes that emphasize recognizing and changing destructive thoughts and beliefs, understanding the basic needs they were attempting to fulfill through chemical use, and learning practical tools that equip them to change their lives.
Level Two (12 weeks) - Renewal
Residents participate in the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual work that it takes to heal the wounds of past failures, broken relationships, spiritual deceptions, and issues with their own identity that are often at the root of chemical addiction.
Level Three (12 weeks) - Restoration and Healing
Residents learn more about God’s design and how to enter into a future that is free from the oppression of old wounds, creating a solid foundation for the future, and identifying and utilizing their unique gifts and talents.
Level Four (12 weeks) - Transition
Residents begin taking practical steps toward putting what they’ve learned into action by securing employment and housing, participating in effective management of their time and resources, and by learning how to become leaders who give back to the families and communities they are re-entering.

 

Re-entry

The purpose of the re-entry program is to help the graduate make a smooth and effective transition back into their community by providing:

 

North Dakota Teen Challenge is a faith-based residential recovery program for people battling with drug and alcohol problems. Adults, ages 18 and over, from every ethnic, socio-economic, and religious background are welcomed with open arms as they embark on their new life.