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Phoenix House

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Locations
Phoenix House (New York Admissions Offices)
2191 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10035
United States
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Phone
(212) 831-1555
Website
http://www.phoenixhouse.org/



Phoenix House

Since 1967, Phoenix House has been helping people of all ages from all walks of life lead fulfilling, drug-free, lives. Phoenix House operates more than 30 residential and
outpatient programs for adults and adolescents in New York City, upstate
 New York, and Long Island, treating some 2,500 individuals every day.

Phoenix House has grown to become the nation’s leading provider of alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention services operating over 150 programs in ten states. Currently, they care for a population of more than 7,000 through residential drug treatment for adults; residential Phoenix Academies combining long-term drug treatment and schooling for teens; outpatient care; after school; and day programs.

Among Phoenix House milestones was its role in creating the country’s first correctional treatment unit, a model now widely replicated in prisons throughout the country and abroad. Phoenix House was also an early provider of treatment as an alternative to prison. And, more than two decades ago, Phoenix House opened its first Phoenix Academy, a residential high school where teens can make up schooling lost to drugs and recapture opportunities for higher education and careers. Eleven Phoenix Academies now operate in seven states and were designated a “model program” by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2005.

Mission:
Phoenix House is committed to protecting and supporting individuals, families, and communities affected by substance abuse and dependency.
They realize their mission through:

  • A focus on the distinct needs of every person;
  • A holistic approach that seeks to address mental, physical, and social health;
  • The innovation of best-in-class prevention, treatment, and recovery programs;
  • and the promotion of greater understanding of addiction.

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