To provide a Biblical, faith-based solution to the drug epidemic. We do not consider Greater Piedmont Teen Challenge to be a drug rehabilitation center. We are a residential, discipleship program designed to help young men, varying in age from 18 to 45, who have problems with drugs and alcohol. The men come from a wide variety of backgrounds and circumstances. We are a seven month residential program. The program is divided into three phases: Orientation, Transformation and Graduation. Graduation is determined by an evaluation process that considers grades, behavior, growth, motivation, sincerity, cooperation and personal effort. A re-entry phase is offered to those who choose to enroll. This is an extended program for graduates needing help re-entering the community.