Since 1992, Alempang Baptist Church (ABC) has ministered in the city of Mokokchung. Most of the mountainous region’s population are part of the Ao-Naga Tribe where agriculture is a main source of income for the community. With no substantial employment opportunities offered by other industries, unemployment and school dropout rates are high. Levels of alcohol addiction and related problems such as financial crisis, health problems, and untimely death have been rising in the community. A high percentage of the individuals struggling with addiction are unemployed or earn a living in agriculture. The ART Program addresses the lack of rehabilitation centers and lack of proper counselling for dropouts and the unemployed in the area. With support from CBM, the program educates children on prevention, encourages youth towards a stable income and healthy lifestyles, and assists addicted individuals towards healing through counselling and an introduction to the love of Christ.