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Mission Teens RESTORATION RANCH

Area of Operations


Brazil
  • Brazil Residential Long-Term

  • Inpatient Rehabilitation
  • Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

  • Treatments by Faith
  • Christian

  • Types of Services
  • Inpatient Rehabilitation
  • Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Treatments by Gender and Age
  • Adolescent

  • Types of Payments
  • Free Treatment / Low-Budget

  • Prevention and Other Services
  • Prevention / Education

  • Indiana Cities
  • Brazil

  • Indiana Counties
  • Clay County
  • Mission Teens - House of Hope MBTC

    THE TRAINING PROGRAM

    Our purpose is to provide hope to the hopeless. It is our goal to direct the people to the Lord Jesus to find love and a purpose for their lives, and to make disciples of them as the Bible directs. The discipleship-training program is divided up into four phases, each lasting 2-4 months. As the person proves that he/she can handle the increasing responsibilities of each phase, their privileges will increase. It is a highly structured program with a rigid daily schedule. Everyone is expected to obey the house rules and follow the schedule. Infractions of the rules or schedule are corrected with writing assignments, loss of privileges or extra work chores.

    The first phase of the training is a 2-month induction period with very few privileges or responsibilities. Each individual is simply expected to follow the rules and will begin to understand how to seek the Lord.

    The next two phases add some general household responsibilities, which will add normal life pressures and cause the person to seek the Lord for help. Privileges in these two phases include phone calls and visits from immediate family (and pastoral or legal counsel) only. No friends are allowed to visit or call any person in the discipleship training.

    In the final phase, the person is in "counselor training." He will counsel one person each day and make a report to senior staff. He is expected to be a good example in the house and to learn to help others as he was helped.

    Upon completion of the program, the person may be offered an additional 10-12 month staff-training program.

    THE TRAINING PROGRAM

    Our purpose is to provide hope to the hopeless. It is our goal to direct the people to the Lord Jesus to find love and a purpose for their lives, and to make disciples of them as the Bible directs. The discipleship-training program is divided up into four phases, each lasting 2-4 months. As the person proves that he/she can handle the increasing responsibilities of each phase, their privileges will increase. It is a highly structured program with a rigid daily schedule. Everyone is expected to obey the house rules and follow the schedule. Infractions of the rules or schedule are corrected with writing assignments, loss of privileges or extra work chores.

    The first phase of the training is a 2-month induction period with very few privileges or responsibilities. Each individual is simply expected to follow the rules and will begin to understand how to seek the Lord.

    The next two phases add some general household responsibilities, which will add normal life pressures and cause the person to seek the Lord for help. Privileges in these two phases include phone calls and visits from immediate family (and pastoral or legal counsel) only. No friends are allowed to visit or call any person in the discipleship training.

    In the final phase, the person is in "counselor training." He will counsel one person each day and make a report to senior staff. He is expected to be a good example in the house and to learn to help others as he was helped.

    Upon completion of the program, the person may be offered an additional 10-12 month staff-training program.

    Address

    • PO Box 283
    • Brazil
    • IN
    • 47834
    • United States

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