Please complete the following steps to be considered for admission:
- Read all the enclosed information thoroughly.
- Complete and sign the 180 Application and all enclosed forms.
- Medical tests: Have a VD and a Hepatitis screening test. Results must be in writing. We do not need the results before entry. We will need them after.
- Mail the application and the application fee of $25.00 (check or money order) processing fee to:
Teen Challenge Rocky Mountains 180 Ministries
2634 S Broadway
Denver, Colorado 80210
- Deliver copies of the Sponsorship Letter to individuals who might be willing to support the program for the year you are here. Provide a complete list of these individuals using the “Sponsorship” sheet.
- Gather the following items to bring with you:
- $600 entry fee and first month support (non‐refundable) by money order or credit card payment.
- Social Security card
- Picture ID
- Sponsorship Form – raising $1800 per month in monthly support.
- Return Bus Fare: A check or money order equal to the amount of return bus Fare home in the event the student leaves or is dismissed from the program. If a student chooses to leave the program or if he is expelled, he is not allowed to remain on the premises. In such instances, our procedure is to take students to the bus station, regardless of whether they have bus fare on deposit with Teen Challenge.
- YOU MUST GO TO GREYHOUND.COM AND PRINT OFF THE EXACT QUOTE OF THE ONE WAY BUS TICKET HOME AND MAIL A CHECK IN THAT AMOUNT TO US. ALL LUGGAGE IS SUBJECT TO A $25 FEE FROM GREY HOUND. WE WILL NOT PAY ANY BUS FARE FEES.
The following matters must be resolved to be considered for admission:
Medical: 180/Teen Challenge does not provide medical care for students in the program. All current medical conditions must be addressed prior to entrance into the program. If you require medical attention while you are in the program you must provide your own insurance.
Legal: All legal situations must be made known to the staff prior to acceptance. You will not be considered for admission if you have outstanding warrants. Pending hearings, trials, probation, or other obligations requiring your personal appearance deemed in conflict with the program may result in disqualification for admission.