Phoenix House Academy on Long Island joined the fun while volunteering at the 66th Annual Artists and Writers Charity Softball Game at Herrick Park in East Hampton on August 16. Our clients and staff helped with the early set-up on the field and concessions areas, as well as serving food and refreshments. Our Academy is one of the beneficiaries from this very exciting, star-studded annual tradition. Players included celebrities from the world of journalism and entertainment, including former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly serving as umpire, Carl Bernstein, Mike Lupica, Mort Zuckerman, Lori Singer, former NY Yankees slugger Jim Leyritz, and Ann Liguori among this year’s group. This year’s contest resulted in the Artists winning by a score of 14-8. We are very grateful to Leif Hope and Debby McEneaney, the organizers of this Hamptons tradition, for their loyal friendship and support over the years.
The Phoenix House Academy on Long Island located on Long Island’s East End, serves adolescent males who are struggling with substance abuse. Our Academy model is designed to help young clients prepare for productive, self-sufficient, and drug-free lives. The Academy’s evidence-based treatment services, compassionate staff, and nurturing environment reflect our strength-based, holistic view of recovery. Clients complete treatment while taking part in the Academy’s fully-accredited on-site academic program, allowing students to catch up on their studies or earn credit toward their high school diplomas. Our skilled multidisciplinary clinical team provides assessment, individual and group counseling, seminars, treatment for substance abuse and/or co-occurring mental health problems, case management, and discharge planning. Length of stay varies based on individual need.
Find out more about the programs and services offered at Phoenix House Academy on Long Island, or call our toll-free number today at: 1 888 671 9392.