About this Facility
Phoenix House RISE (Recovery in an Independent, Sober Environment) in Bellows Falls is a 3- to 24-month sober living program for men in early recovery from substance abuse, with specialized programming for veterans. An integral part of a recovery-oriented system of care, RISE is based on the belief that people who experience a repeated pattern of drug or alcohol abuse should spend additional time in a stable, supportive environment to reinforce sobriety. Clients must be at least 21 years of age and have completed a residential or intensive outpatient treatment program within the past six months. All clients are expected to pay a modest weekly rent.
Most major insurance plans and all major credit cards are accepted.
Military Community Services
Phoenix House provides substance abuse, mental health, and/or support services which have been specifically designed to address the unique experiences and challenges of the military community. See more details
Sober Living and Recovery Support
Our Sober Living facilities vary based on location and can provide either a safe transitional space before a full return to independent living or an alternative to residential treatment for clients who may need more than outpatient services. See more details
See All Services
- 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
Clients participate in healthy activities, including sober dances and the annual picnic, to help them acclimate to a positive and healthy lifestyle free of substance abuse and addiction.
“I am humbled and honored to effect change in a person’s life and encourage prosperity through my work at Phoenix House."Program DirectorContact me
Patrick B. McEneaney
“Remember, the first step is always the hardest—and that’s the step you need to take. We’re here for you and we can help.”Senior Vice President, Regional DirectorContact me