The vision of having a “Community Office” is to provide a range of services and support to those in need. The Community Office approach has proven to be a beneficial first point of contact for anyone dealing with addiction. These offices provide meeting spaces for our Clinical and Pastoral Counselling along with Family and Outreach small group support programs.
As each office develops the support and relationships that have formed create a new foundation of success for graduates returning to the community. Ultimately the Community Office facilitates action in the fight against addiction by supporting and referring people to real life-changing help — a strategy that ultimately serves the whole community as it initiates and helps provide long-term lasting change.
At Adult & Teen Challenge we believe that by working with and bringing communities together, we can effectively “Put Hope Within Reach” in the lives of those affected by a wide variety of life-controlling issues.
This location functions as the Pembina Valley Community Ministry Office and features a thrift store. Plans have been developed to create an operational regional headquarters which will encompass a community office, residential home and sanctuary.
Advisory Committee: Ken Hildebrand, Don Martens Jake Friesen, Rob Unruh, Ed Elias, Even Toews, John Heinrichs.
The primary purpose of the community advisory committee is to promote ATC endeavours and offer encouragement and prayer coverage to the ATC ambassadors in the community.
This committee should consist of respectable community members who are mature Christ followers. Committee members must provide a solid spiritual example, as well as represent the ministry in-line with ATC standards, Vision and Mission.