Phoenix Houses of New England will honor Senator Sheldon Whitehouse with the thirteenth annual New England Public Service Award on Monday, June 10.
Phoenix House Rhode Island
Phoenix Houses of New England, founded in Rhode Island in 1967, is one of the region’s premier nonprofit substance abuse treatment agencies, annually serving more than 3,500 individuals at 45 programs and facilities throughout New England. Administered through our offices located in Providence, the majority of our programs are accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, a nationally recognized standard of excellence.
In Rhode Island, our programs provide a broad spectrum of services to adults and adolescents, including: medically monitored detoxification, residential and outpatient treatment, education and prevention services, sober living and recovery support for women, temporary shelter for adolescents, and case management for court-involved adolescents at the Rhode Island Juvenile Drug Court.
Facilities in Rhode Island
- Exeter (Walsh Unit at Phoenix House Detoxification Center)
- Exeter (RESPECT Unit at Phoenix House Detoxification Center)
- Exeter (Center)
- Pascoag (Academy at Wallum Lake)
- Pascoag (Phoenix House Youth Shelter)
- Pawtucket (RICAODD, Rhode Island Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence)
- Providence (Rhode Island Outpatient Centers)
- Providence (Phoenix House Ottmar Center)
- Providence (Rhode Island Juvenile Drug Court)
- Wakefield (Rhode Island Outpatient)
- Westerly (Rhode Island Outpatient)
News and Events
Join Phoenix House on Saturday, April 27, for a day of healthy outdoor fun at the 2013 Run! Walk! Ride!–For the Health of It!
Young clients in treatment for substance abuse at Phoenix House Academy at Dublin were treated to a thrilling night of sober healthy fun at a Boston Celtics game.