About this Facility
The Phoenix House Academy of Westchester is a residential substance abuse treatment program for adolescent males and females. The Academy provides an array of services including individual, group, and family counseling, along with evidence-based therapeutic interventions that address each client’s individual needs. Teens at the Academy enjoy a rich campus life and attend an on-site high school (grades 9-12), operated by the NYC Department of Education (NYCDOE) District 79, where they can earn their diplomas or credits that can be transferred to their home schools. We also offer vocational curricula through NYCDOE CoOp Tech - Carpentry and Electrical Installation training are offered on-site and students are provided with transportation to CoOp Tech’s other vocational options in Manhattan. We are committed to assist clients in developing and enhancing their employment skills.
Most major insurance plans and all major credit cards are accepted.
Adolescent Residential Services
The Phoenix House Academies for Youth offer intensive substance abuse and mental health services with high school academic programs in CARF-accredited facilities. See more details
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- Military Community Services
- Assessment and Evaluation Services
- Adolescent Residential Services
- Mental Health Services
- Screening and Brief Interventions
- Prevention and Education Services
- Adolescent Outpatient Services
- Sober Living and Recovery Support
- Mother and Child Residential Services
- Adult Outpatient Services
- Adult Residential Services
- Adult Detoxification and Stabilization
Phoenix Rising Music Program
Young clients experience the healing power of creative expression by recording their own musical compositions in our state-of-the-art music studio.
We offer sports and fitness activities such as baseball, basketball, volleyball, football, and weight training.
Residents enjoy field trips to museums, concerts, and the theater. They may also participate in seasonal shows, poetry readings, and dance recitals.