FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS

Admission Fee

$850

Non-refundable

Pay on admission date

NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Pay online, by credit card, cash or money order.

Monthly Tuition/ Support

Minimum of $300

If student enters the program on the 1st -10th the $300 monthly fee is due the 1st of the following month. If the student enters the program on the 11th – 31st, the $300 monthly fee is not due the 1st of the following month but the 1st of the month after that.

Must provide credit or debit card information. Payment charged to credit or debit card on the 1st of each month.

Student Account Money

$20 – $50 maximum

Non-refundable

Pay on admission date

NO PERSONAL CHECKS. Cash or money order.

If the applicant receives SSI (Social Security) or other Government benefits (disability, pension, etc.), the Social Security Administration has designated that 30% of your benefit must be applied to room and board. Thirty percent or $300 (minimum monthly support payments), whichever is greater, must be given to Teen Challenge for your housing.

Note: All fees are for services rendered and are not tax deductible.

Monthly Tuition/Support Policy

Teen Challenge has earned a reputation of being among one the most successful programs in the nation, helping those bound by life-controlling addictions.

What do you and your loved one receive for $10 per day/$300 per month? The cost to care for a student in the Adult & Teen Challenge MidSouth program is approximately $3,000 per month.

Teen Challenge provides housing and care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This includes lodging in our new and clean facilities, utilities, meals, transportation, classroom materials, counseling and clothing if needed. We are asking the family to commit to 10% of the cost as a “minimum” support level. This can be done by using the same methods that we use when fundraising, contacting family, friends and your church family to give towards this support. We (Teen Challenge) will do our part to raise other 90% for your loved one. While we do receive food stamp subsidies for some (not all) students, it in no way covers the cost to feed our residents for a month.