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Sal Debby Dibianca

Intake Director

Sandhills Teen Challenge

Direct Phone: (910) ***-****direct phone

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Sandhills Teen Challenge

3700 Western Blvd.

Raleigh, North Carolina,27606

United States

Company Description

STC offers Bible based teaching in a classroom setting, kitchen and dining facilities, recreational areas both indoor and outdoor including basketball, volleyball, pool table, ping-pong, weight-lifting and running. There is a full sized stage with a PA syste...more

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Sal DiBianca, director of Sandhills Teen Challenge, called the ride an "incredible success.
His wife, Debby, said the ride will have greater benefits than just the money raised. "The guys (in Teen Challenge) feel valued," she said.


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To obtain entry form, call Linda Hubbard, tournament chair, at 692-6476 or Sal DiBianca, executive director of Sandhills Teen Challenge, at 947-2944.


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For more information or to enter a team, call Sal DiBianca, executive director of Sandhills Teen Challenge, at (910) 947-2944.


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Three years ago, Sal Dibianca, Executive Director, Sandhills Teen Challenge, met with Linda Hubbard, Volunteer Coordinator, Moore County Schools, to discuss the possibility of developing a partnership between Sandhills Teen Challenge and Moore County Schools.


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Hill introduced Debby DiBianca, a mother of two and wife of Sal DiBianca, director of Sandhills Teen Challenge, a Carthage drug and alcohol rehabilitation center that is part of Teen Challenge, a ministry founded by the Rev. David Wilkerson, whose work with New York City gang members is chronicled in his book "The Cross and the Switchblade.""This isn't easy for me to share," DiBianca said."I want everyone just to think I'm the great mom that Jamie and Brandon need. "When I was in Teen Challenge, as a student, I dealt with my drug abuse and my addiction to alcohol, but God showed me one day that he wanted to deal with a part of my life I was so afraid to turn over to him." DiBianca said God wanted her to forgive herself for three abortions she experienced, but she kept pushing the problem aside. "I gave my virginity to Sal when I was 15 years old," said DiBianca, who became pregnant and underwent an abortion."I found myself, again, at the age of 16, in the same line at Planned Parenthood, getting my second abortion…When I was a senior in high school, I was in the same line, signing for them to rip out my third baby." DiBianca, who said her operations cause ongoing physical problems and pain, became a Christian. "From the day I accepted Christ, until our wedding day, Sal and I were abstinent," DiBianca said. DiBianca told the Sandhills PCA audience that her faith in Christ helped her handle life's pressures, but that some days weren't easy. "I wanted to kill myself sometimes," she said."Not just because of the three aborted babies, but because of the damage those abortions did.Sal and I have eight babies in heaven.I've lost five babies because they got attached to the unhealthy part of my uterus" DiBianca expressed happiness about being the mother of daughter Jamie, a sophomore at Lee University, and son Brandon, a student and member of the track team at Union Pines. "I'm an over-protective mom," she said.


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