New renovations at Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge
Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge is celebrating the recent work done on their Duluth campus, as new renovations have recently wrapped up.
Center Director Brandon Torgerson says, “We’ve done a lot. We’ve renovated our entire main campus.”
Last year the nonprofit finished the apartment building having all the clients moved there. Since that move they’ve had more space to improve the main campus.
Torgerson says, “We’ve redone this whole entire campus here. This whole main building has been touched.”
One of the new improvements coming to the campus was their brand new chapel. Which includes a sound board and can fit up to 80 people. Originally they would have to set up their chapel in the gym five days a week.
More recreation space has been added including a movie and game room. Brandon says areas like these are great for the men to wind down and make major connections with one another.
And finally to make operations at the campus work even smoother, the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge team were able to bring their different management offices closer together.
Brandon says, “It just improved efficiency and improved communication. So our staff have new offices and group rooms to do the work. The important work that they do every single day, even to get to their office, is more efficient for them.” Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge has been in Duluth for 17 years.