Phoenix House Texas Students Receive High School Credits

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014

picture - academiesPhoenix House Texas has two residential Academies that perform tremendous work on the front lines of the drug use problem among adolescents. Our clients at these academies participate in daily group therapy, weekly individual therapy, and weekly family therapy, with our master’s level clinicians. One aspect that separates our adolescents from adults is the need for a continuation of their education while they are seeking freedom from drug addiction. Phoenix House Texas has seen this need as an opportunity to help our struggling teens succeed in every aspect of their lives.

Phoenix House Texas works with both Austin Independent School District, as well as Dallas Independent School District to provide our clients with the opportunity to meet their educational goals as they receive treatment for their substance use and the difficulties it has brought to their lives. We are very proud that we have helped seniors, who didn’t believe that they could graduate, walk across the stage at their home school and receive their diploma. Many other students are able to resume traditional school and rather than fall behind, return in a better position than when they left.

Our goal is to not only to see our clients find sobriety, but also to mend what has been broken in their lives. Our academies provide a safe environment for students to get the help that they need to succeed. Our programming recognizes that drug and alcohol use is not the only problem. We focus on family education, individual counseling, and psychiatric evaluations throughout treatment. Along with the ability to continue their education, this allows a teen to return to school a whole new student.

Every day, Phoenix House Texas helps adolescents and adults who are suffering from addiction in Austin, Dallas, and Houston. Find out more about our programs and services, or call us today at: 888 671 9392.

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