'Know The Truth' Speakers Create Dialogue About Teen Drug UseIt's not something anyone wants to talk about, but it's something that needs to be said. Especially as summer approaches, the "drug talk" is key.
MN Adult & Teen Challenge Choir's Christmas ConcertIt will feature more than 350 voices of people newly in recovery from drug and alcohol use.
Woman Shares Her Story Of Addiction With High School TeensKaitlyn Arneson, 24, is one of the MnTC staff members traveling from school to school to share her story. She knows her story may not sound like it was heading toward addiction, but addiction can impact anyone.
Nonprofit Helps Minnesota Veteran Overcome AlcoholismPeople from all walks of life can struggle with addiction, and the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge program helps them give back to others who are going through similar experiences.
Grandmother Overcomes Drugs To Help Other AddictsOn Wednesday, Dec. 9, WCCO is hosting a phone bank as part of our "Trees of Hope" series. WCCO will be raising funds for Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge. MnTC helps thousands of people overcome drug addiction and lead healthy and productive lives.
Minnesota Rehabilitation Nonprofit Helps Woman Face Difficult PastAll season long, WCCO is shining a light on Minnesota groups that could use your help to make the holiday brighter. The series is called "Trees of Hope."
Trees Of Hope: After Kicking Drugs, Seth & Gina Are Giving BackThis holiday season, WCCO's "Trees of Hope" campaign is partnering with organizations that help make lives brighter all year long. This week, our set is decked out in colorful ornaments and ribbons to celebrate Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge. The group offers treatment plans for our neighbors who are struggling with addiction.
MN Adult & Teen Challenge Helps Youngsters 'Know The Truth' About AddictionMost teenagers are used to getting lectured, but the raw lecture tens of thousands of Minnesota teens will get this year could be a life changer.
A Heroin Addiction, Failed Treatment And A Tragic DeathBobby Weishalla should have celebrated his 22nd birthday this year. But after a deadly overdose, his mom, Janet, instead brought a birthday cake to his grave.