In 1968, Phoenix House became an independent nonprofit group and has since grown to become the nation’s leading offerer of alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention services operating 97 programs at 52 areas across nine states. Currently, they care for a population of 3,530 men, women, and adolescents. They work with teens at risk, support clients in recovery, and offer a wide range of therapy options for adults and adolescents. These involve assessment and evaluation, detoxification, outpatient and residential programs, sober living residences, after-school and day programs for teens, case management, special women’s services, and programs that assist substance abusers with mental health problems.
In 1983, they opened its first Phoenix House Academy, a residential high school where teens can make up education lost to drugs and recapture opportunities for higher education and careers. In 2005, they were designated a “model program” by the U.S. Department of Justice. Their treatment philosophy is based on the understanding that alcoholism is a chronic disease. Individuals suffering from substance use diseases deserve evidence-based treatment in settings that offer secrecy and dignity.
Amazing Place. Save my Son’s life. I could not find a word to thank Dusty, Dar... Read MoreHassan Soliman
Came here as a kid, didn’t see it at the time but they truly cared. Sure do mi... Read MoreMatthew Bas
The staff is always friendly and helpful. The youth have reported very positive ... Read MoreCorey Williamson
I was a patient of this program. I am so eternally grateful for what PH taught m... Read MoreRealene Harris
This is the best facility in Texas . All of the staff and counselors are amazing... Read MoreIvannia Frias
I came into there program months after losing my mom and didn't care about life.... Read MoreNic Jensen
They adhere to their plan, treat my son with the integrity and respect, and they... Read MoreDanny Godbout