Administrators - Teen Challenge New England
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Pastor Steve Gadomski, Executive Director
Teen Challenge New Hampshire & Maine

Stephen Gadomski knows firsthand the power of God to transform lives. In 1989 he made a life changing commitment to Christ that turned him from drug and alcohol abuse and led him into a ministry that daily brings hope to those in the bondage of addiction.  Steve soon felt God calling him to start a Teen Challenge program in New Hampshire, so he began to reach out to men in prison and on the streets and helped them find a bed at Teen Challenge to receive the help they so desperately needed.
Steve opened a Teen Challenge Crisis Referral Center in Nashua, New Hampshire in 1998 and in 2000 joined that center with Teen Challenge New England & New Jersey.  Steve attended Global University and is licensed (1993) and ordained (2003) by the Assemblies of God.  Now in a purchased building in Manchester, he continues to serve as Executive Director of Teen Challenge New Hampshire and Maine campuses.

Steve and his wife, Noreen, have had the privilege of serving together in Teen Challenge since 1998. They have four adult children and are the proud grandparents of two grandchildren.
To contact Steve Gadomski:



hector-andujar-jrHector Andujar Jr., Assistant Director
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Hector graduated the Teen Challenge program on June 26, 2015. Since his graduation he has been serving as the Program Development Manager responsible for coordinating and overseeing various aspects of fundraising and community outreaches such as our Fall Banquet, Golf Tournament, Harley Davidson Give-Away, Choir Ministry, End Addiction Outreach, and Drug Awareness Teams. Hector came into Teen Challenge with an extensive background in sales and marketing which God is using to further the ministry and cultivate the next generation of leaders here. Hector and his wife Carmen, who has been designing and organizing our graphics and social media department among many other things, conduct our Family Ministry sessions where families and residents receive counseling and support. They also provide marriage counseling to residents with spouses who are seeking reconciliation. They live in Manchester with their four children.

To contact Hector Andujar Jr.:


Aaron Burtsell, Program Supervisor
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Aaron graduated on April 24th, 2005. He began as the Kitchen/Catering Supervisor at our headquarters in Brockton and quickly moved into the role of Program Supervisor when he came to the Manchester, New Hampshire center. Aaron is responsible for coordinating our Work and Vocational Program which consists of outside contracts as well as our own Teen Challenge landscaping and construction, overseeing Staff to Peer Mentoring, and coordinating the daily schedule. As the Program Supervisor, Aaron has made sure our center is operating the best it can be to give each resident an environment conducive to a life changing experience.

To contact Aaron Burtsell:


zach-brewsterZach Brewster, Resident Life Supervisor
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Zachary graduated the Teen Challenge program on September 26, 2014. As our Resident Life Supervisor, Zachary oversees the Admissions department, academic curriculum, Group Studies education, Group Therapy, and health and wellness. He coordinates our End Addiction outreach program which consists of teams of representatives who go into schools and other community events sharing testimony and literature to promote making good decisions. Zachary is a full-time student at the University of New Hampshire where he is majoring in Biological Sciences with a minor in Psychology. He plans to enter medical school in the future.

To contact Zach Brewster:


Grant Ohlund, Admissions Coordinator 
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Grant graduated on March 5, 2016. During his apprenticeship, he trained as the Admissions Coordinator Assistant responsible for answering phone calls regarding applicants and those inquiring about the Teen Challenge program and more importantly, a voice of encouragement to those looking for help. He now works as the Admissions Coordinator to facilitate medical appointments, answer resident request letters, meet with families and potential residents, and educate families about the Teen Challenge ministry.


Chad Wilson, Kitchen Coordinatorchad-wilson
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Chad graduated Teen Challenge on October 26th, 2012. He serves as our Kitchen Coordinator responsible for training and overseeing the kitchen staff as well as coordinating Teen Challenge catering events. As the catering director, Chad is responsible for creating a menu, organizing logistics of catering events, customer service, and quality of production.

To contact Chad Wilson:


Jason Hart, Academics Coodinaator 
Teen Challenge New Hampshire

Jason graduated from Teen Challenge on January 15th, 2017 and now serves as our Academics Coordinator. Jason has done a fantastic job working with each resident and designing curriculum specifically catered to their individual needs and has increased our library through various donations. Jason worked in our Admissions department during his apprenticeship and is always willing to serve in any way he can.

To contact Jason Hart: