JOHN WILSEY, Admissions Coordinator
John is originally from Brockton, Massachusetts. Bound by drugs and alcohol and fresh out of jail, he came through the doors of Teen Challenge in Brockton in 1999. After completing the program, he answered the call of God to reach out to others who were bound by drugs and alcohol as he once was. Today John serves in the Admissions Department at Teen Challenge in Maine. He reaches out to the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through jail and prison ministry all throughout Maine. John is also currently studying for his credentials with the Assemblies of God. John and his wife, Christine, make their home in Livermore Falls, Maine.
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To contact John by phone : 508-971-6788
ANDREW COLOURO, Program Supervisor
Originally from Bristol, Rhode Island, Andrew was once bound by opiates and heroin for 10 years. As God would have it, he completed and graduated from the fifteen-month program at Teen Challenge Maine in 2013. Since then Andrew has become the Program Supervisor for the Maine campus. Andrew continues to be hungry for the word of God and is currently in the process of studying with Global University’s Berean School of the Bible to become a minister of the Gospel.
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To contact Andrew by phone : 508-326-9597
KEVIN WOOD, Academic Coordinator
Kevin is originally from Machias, Maine. Once bound by drugs for over 20 years, he was called to the Teen Challenge program directly from jail. He successfully completed in April 2015 and then completed an apprenticeship. He was then hired as a full-time employee as the center’s Academic Coordinator where Kevin demonstrates his passion for the word of God assisting the residents of Teen Challenge Maine.
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To contact Kevin by phone : 207-395-7078
EDWARD PEABODY, Admission / Supervision
Edward was led to Teen Challenge after the choir ministry visited his church in Derry, New Hampshire. At the age of 45 years old and at the end of his rope, he was exhausted from battling a 25-year long addiction to alcohol and prescription medication. Inspired and encouraged by the brave men on choir that day, he decided to walk into the doors of the New Hampshire men’s campus and give his life to his Savior Jesus Christ. After finishing the program in the fall of 2012, he decided to go back into the real world and discovered how difficult the battle of addiction can be. Then in February 2016 he came back in for the program’s restoration and rededicated his life to Christ and serving others. Now working at the Maine Campus in the Admissions Department, Edward spends most of his day talking to and trying to help addicts get into the program to restore their relationship with Christ.
To contact Edward by E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact Edward by phone : 207-395-6077