Life Challenge of Southeastern Michigan offers a one-year residential recovery program for men and women with drug, alcohol, and other life-controlling addictions through its Adult and Teen Challenge/Life Challenge Ministries. The organization’s goal is to help men and women get clean and sober and to inspire fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. It seeks to help people turn from their self-destructive ways and put their faith in God. Life Challenges emphasizes Bible study, counseling, and Christian community. ATC/LCM has campuses in Detroit and Flint, both offer a highly structured environment providing an opportunity for people to separate themselves temporarily from the normal distractions of life and give needed attention to personal spiritual growth. Life Challenge is headquartered in Detroit at the Pierson Center in Old Redford on Detroit’s west side. In addition to its administrative offices, the Pierson Center serves as the organization’s men’s dormitory (capacity 62), classroom facility, chapel, cafeteria, and recreation facility. Women are housed separately, nearby in small, well-kept homes owned by the ministry.