Adventure Trips are a Part of Our Therapy
Hiking, camping, snorkeling and outdoor activities are usually not a part of the lives of most young people today, but they are with the boys at Treasure Coast Boys Academy. It is through these fun outings that we so often are able to connect with the students and create a relationship in which that student feels safe to be open and willing for change. It’s an easy place to talk, share hurts and pains; then the campfire that evening gives the opportunity to sit around and talk and pray for one another. These trips are memory makers that last a lifetime!
We are committed to taking every student on exciting outings, from ocean and river fishing to camping and hiking.
Teen Challenge Youth Conference – Each fall, all TCBA students and staff attend this 5 day youth conference in September designed solely for teen students in residential programs, located at Springville Camp in Birmingham Alabama. The speakers at TCYC conferences are qualified adults who have experienced a successful life to the fullest after completing a program as a teen or young adult and are sharing messages of hope. The conference is also packed with team building activities and fun out on the lake.
Branded By Fire — A 5 day youth conference in July located in Pensacola Florida. This conference features some of today’s top ministry speakers, morning and evening worship, as well as plenty of time on the beautiful Florida beach.
Teen Challenge Youth Conference Part 2 – Each year in January, all TCBA students and staff attend a 3 day conference in Columbus, Georgia, designated for teen students in residential programs. Students have three days full of morning and evening sessions of speakers who have experienced successful and godly living. The conference is designated to give students the opportunity to start the new year out fresh and with new motivation. During the day, there is several activities and fun things scheduled for team competition among the students!
Missions Trips – Annual missions trips are taken around the local area are scheduled for senior leadership students to participate. This few days includes training on how to minister to the different people groups, team building, and community outreach opportunities. Twice a year, senior students also have the opportunity to participate, with parent permission, in our international missions trips to El Salvador. TCBA students and staff partner with King’s Castle ministries to minister to the low poverty children in the area. The boys have the unique opportunity to see the poverty of another country and open their eyes to other cultures.