Sean Merrill graduated from Teen Challenge Brockton in 2014. Sean was a licensed journeyman electrician with a wife, child, home and successful business. One day he took a pill that his younger brother Corey offered him. That one choice dramatically changed the next ten years of his life. After his brother’s death from a heroin overdose and with his life in a shambles, Sean cried out to God and ended up at Teen Challenge.
Working in the Program Development office of the Brockton program, Sean developed a heart to give back to the ministry that saved his life. Today Sean is the Development Supervisor, overseeing many departments that reach out to the community and make Teen Challenge a better place for those that need it. Sean brings a high level of enthusiasm, precise detail and a tireless servant spirit to his position.