The Belfast charity is aiming to offer support for addicts and their families. Often we see stories where someone has died from drugs or an addiction they didn't get help for. Teen Challenge Belfast is aiming to put an end to this across Northern Ireland, by letting people know there is help out there and they don't have to suffer in silence. We have compassion towards their circumstances and we will do whatever we can to help them break free from addiction. We want to let people know there is help outside the system. There are a lot of people crying out for help and haven't heard of our organisation because we're not government funded.
Thank you again to everyone who helped make this possible. I am beyond grateful. God is such a faithful provider and your generosity showed me this. We have jumped straight into it and started plugging into churches, homeless ministries, doing projects to help different christian ministries with the renovation of their buildings and, street evangelism.
Among the guests were TDS, community representatives, business and sporting personalities and members of the Government and judiciary. Judge Hussey said that it is her privilege to be a supporter of the work of Teen Challenge in Ireland for the last nine years. She added that if there weren't addicted people in the courts she would have worked for only two weeks and not the 20 years she served in the judicial system. Judge Hussey was also adamant that sending addicts to prison is not the answer.
We had such a great time doing this!!! Cannot wait to do the Dropped four teens to Ennis Escape rooms yesterday. They had a fantastic time and found it a real challenge.