Posted by Michael Maholchic on Jan 05, 2019
Dillon White, Director of Program Development for Teen Challenge Brockton will explain how spirituality and cognitive behavioral therapy in a long term residential setting can be a solution to the opioid epidemic.
Dillon served as a leader in the food and beverage industry for many years, during this time he began to struggle with alcohol dependency. His alcoholism slowly took everything from him. He made the choice to surrender his way of living and get help. Dillon entered the Teen Challenge program over a decade ago, and now works as Director of Program Development for Teen Challenge Brockton.
 
Teen Challenge provides a faith based solution to the opioid epidemic. They combine spirituality with cognitive behavioral therapy in a long term residential setting. This all-around approach provides the means for a truly transformative experience which has proven successful over the past forty-five years.
 
Currently, Teen Challenge Brockton is expanding its resource capabilities with a Detox Center, and a Short-Term program coming later this year. Their goal is to complete the timeline of recovery at their campus, having each step of recovery accounted for in one location.