Phoenix House Academy in Westchester is proud to team up with Drug Crisis In Our Backyard to host an educational forum on Thursday, March 13th from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM. The program will discuss the prescription drug and heroin epidemic that is decimating communities across the country. Phoenix House Chief Medical Officer Andrew Kolodny, M.D. will be a guest speaker along with other health policy advocates, journalist and New York Times bestselling author David Sheff (Clean and Beautiful Boy) and award-winning filmmaker Greg Williams, who will also show a trailer from his groundbreaking film The Anonymous People. A question and answer session will follow the evening’s presentations. This is sure to be a very informative evening; we encourage all of our friends in the Westchester/Mid-Hudson Valley to attend – please spread the word! The forum will be held at Phoenix House Academy in Westchester. For more information, click here.
Drug Crisis In Our Backyard is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide awareness, resources, and support to individuals and their families affected by drug addiction. Founded in June 2012 by two families who lost their sons to drug overdoses, this grassroots community group of volunteers strives to assist other families in the area to prevent further tragedies. In doing so, they hope to foster a productive and inspiring dialogue around the issues of drug addiction, seek legislation to mandate prescription monitoring, and advise families on how to find help and resources.
The Phoenix House Academy in Westchester is a residential treatment program for adolescent boys and girls. The Academy provides an array of services including individual, group, and family counseling, along with evidence-based clinical treatment programs addressing each client’s individual needs. Teens at the Academy enjoy a rich campus life and attend an on-site school, where they can earn their diplomas or credits that can be transferred to their home schools.
Find out more about the programs and services offered at Phoenix House, or call our toll-free number today: 1 888 671 9392.