Vermont’s Governor Peter Shumlin meets with Phoenix House and other service providers to ensure compassionate care for veterans.
Phoenix House Vermont
Phoenix Houses of New England, founded 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. The majority of our programs are accredited by CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, a nationally recognized standard of excellence.
In Vermont, Phoenix House offers transitional living and recovery support services to adults throughout the state. RISE (Recovery in an Independent, Sober Environment) provides three- to 24-month community living experiences at four sites statewide. Project CRASH provides education and counseling to individuals convicted of first-time and repeat driving under the influence (DUI) offenses.
Provided through ADAP, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs, administered by Vermont’s Department of Health, qualified Vermonters may access long-term treatment provided at Phoenix House Dublin Center.
Phoenix House works in close collaboration with the Department of Corrections to provide a broad spectrum of substance abuse treatment services, including both outpatient and on-site treatment at more than 18 of Vermont’s correctional facilities statewide. For information about these services, please click here. [Discrete Audience Page Vermont]
News and Events
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.
Clients of Phoenix House Academy at Springfield took to the slopes for some sober fun!