To restore adolescent females (ages 13-17) with life controlling problems to a productive lifestyle and become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.

Broken Hearts

Central Indiana Teen Challenge adolescent program understands the heartache of parents as they watch the life controlling problems escalate quickly into serious issues like unwanted sexual encounters, severe cutting, eating disorders, binge drinking, abusing pills, street drugs and synthetics.

There is "HOPE!".


CITC Stories from students

Enrolling your daughter in our 12 to 15 month boarding school program is hard.

But remember, CITC is designed to help your student with an opportunity to continue pursuing an education, receive weekly peer counseling, have Christian mentoring, and monthly family counseling. We are committed to helping your family find their way back to restoration and your daughter to who she was before she got lost in life-controlling problems.  Through the structure, accountability, and camaraderie set in a Christian environment, Central Indiana Teen Challenge offers adolescents and their families constructive time and space to regroup and rediscover life, health, and well-being.

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Help give hope to girls who feel forgotten

Family Involvement


Central Indiana Teen Challenge recognizes that parent and family involvement is key to the continued success of its students.

Destructive behaviors affect the entire family. We strive to facilitate family reconciliation, healing, and forgiveness as your daughter moves through her program. This is accomplished through regular communication, family meetings, a structured visit schedule, and by involving you throughout your daughter’s program. Within this guide, you will find guidelines for involvement, communication, family meetings, and important events as you move forward in the program. We encourage you, as parents or guardians, to follow along so that you can understand exactly what your daughter is working on.

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Family Guide

Contact Information: 765.482.2336  ext.101

(VM's are checked regularly, you can expect a phone call back with in 24 hrs.)

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