Holidays are the perfect opportunity for many of us to find joy and happiness in spending time with our family and loved ones. As we rekindle and reinforce our bonds, we are reminded of the love and support that allows us to make it through life’s challenges. Unfortunately, for 23 million Americans struggling with addiction and dependency ailments, the holidays can be a difficult time.
At Phoenix House, family and personal relationships are at the core of our recovery practices. We help teens, women, and men in our care rebuild their most treasured relationships, while standing with them as friends and partners so they are never alone on the journey to recovery.
To ensure that we provide the highest quality of care to the families who need us most, we rely on the generosity of friends like you. With your support, we continue to help those recovering from substance abuse to heal their broken bonds and learn to make life choices based on love, respect, and patience — the same values we celebrate at this time of year and the same values that keep families together, generation after generation.
We hope you will consider the work of Phoenix House California and make us a part of your charitable giving this holiday season. Please help us to make a difference in the life of others.
- 51.1% of high school seniors have used illicit drugs.
- Since 2008, marijuana use is up 18% for adolescents 12 to 17.
- Of the individual who need substance abuse treatment, only 10% receive it.
- 17.2% of the unemployed use illicit drugs.
- Since 2008, heroin use rose 66%.
“If it wasn’t for Phoenix House, I would be still using drugs, or just plain dead. I’ve grown so much there mentally, physically and spiritually. Phoenix House saved my life.”
– David, age 15
“The counselors helped me worked through bad feelings in a way that I no longer feel the need to turn to drugs. I now have happiness in my life.”
– Julie A., age 17
Find out more about the programs and services offered at Phoenix House, or call our toll-free number today:1 888 671 9392.