Our goal at Adult & Teen Challenge Baltimore is to help make the application and induction process as easy as possible. Listed below are a few simple steps that will help guide you in the application process. Adult & Teen Challenge Baltimore is here to help you begin the process of dealing with life controlling issues.

Step 1 Read through the student handbook for all pertinent information regarding the program structure.  Download the handbook here.

Step 2 Fill out the online application and carefully read through all the information provided.

Step 3 Contact the admissions office. Be prepared to honestly and candidly answer some serious questions about your life, your health, your family, and your legal situation during a pre-screening. You may be asked to make an appointment for a personal interview.

Step 4 Download these medical forms and make an appointment with your doctor and take care of the medical test requirements. If you don’t have a doctor you must find a walk in or free clinic in your area that is able to perform the needed tests. If there are no available clinics in your area feel free to contact us at Baltimore Adult & Teen Challenge and we will help direct you to a clinic here in the Baltimore area.

Out-of-State Applicants For those who are applying from out-of-state, the interview process can be done over the phone.


If you are struggling with alcohol and/or drug addiction, or any other life-controlling issue, remove yourself from that environment. Easier said than done, right? But, if you are really serious about changing your life, you are going to need to do everything you can to stay away from alcohol and/or drugs, and away from the people that use them.

You are also going to need to find other people who are willing to help you and support you in your decision to change your life. Have you burned a lot of bridges getting to where you are today? God can restore those relationships, but it’s not going to happen overnight. Find the courage to tell others about your decision, and you will find someone that agrees and wants to help you. 

Contact our admissions coordinator for more information.