Rehabilitation


 For men and women with life controlling habits

What began as Teen Challenge program in April 1997 has now grown into fully fledged rehabilitation centre for both men and women with life-controlling habits. Our program is based on a twelve-month resident based program, Christ-centred, and a discipleship-based regimen of restoration. As a fully certified affiliate of Global Teen Challenge, Emafini Teen Challenge Discipleship Centre utilizes a treatment protocol whose success has been proven in 58 different countries for over 51 years. This track record of success has baffled the medical community and amazed investigators and makes Teen Challenge Swaziland a well-recognized resource to the community and concerned people everywhere.


Program partners


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 “In my own life I’ve known such deep hurt and rejection and God has clearly shown me personally how to have victory over my past and walk in forgiveness. I stand amazed in how He now places me here to love and care for these beautiful girls and to also show them how to find that victory, and ultimately that freedom, through Christ.”
Thobile Mnisi- Elusitweni Women’s Centre Manager
 


Our program centres


 
Rehabilitation Programs

Teen Challenge Men's Centre

TC Men’s Centre has seen hundreds of men liberated from life-controlling habits to go back into society as responsible citizens who are an asset and not a burden to the Nation. The program provides 12 months of residential discipleship, through a tough love and confrontational care environment, to bring freedom from drugs and alcohol abuse.
 
The program starts early in the morning and is based around the Global Teen Challenge curriculum GSNC (Group Studies) and PSNC (Personal Studies.) The curriculum has been written over the last 50 years, sourcing information from over 95 countries, to address the specific needs of youth with life-controlling habits. 
Rehabilitation Programs

Teen Challenge Women's Centre, Elusitweni  

TC Women’s Centre, Elusitweni protects & empowers women and their children suffering from physical or sexual abuse. The program provides women and girls with physical, spiritual and emotional care enabling them to discover healing and freedom in Christ.
 
In September 2007 the first resident was accommodated at the Women’s Centre.  The vision of Centre is to see abuse diminish and families made whole again; to ensure that women who are vulnerable and hurting are ministered to before they get involved with drugs, crime or promiscuity; and to educate them about the love of Christ and how to live in victory.