Phoenix House Academy in Westchester Students Help the Homeless

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Students of Phoenix House AcademPhoenix House Academy Westchester drug rehab students join youth ministry teens from Holy Name of Mary Parish Center to raise homelessness awarenessy in Westchester recently spent a cold winter’s night delivering warm treats and bonding with youth ministry teens from Croton-on-Hudson’s Church of the Holy Name of Mary at their annual Sleep Out for the Homeless. Our students delivered donuts, hot chocolate, and words of encouragement to the volunteers raising awareness for the cause. Cardboard boxes and a large fire were erected for shelter and warmth as the youth ministry teens spoke to supporters, collecting donations to benefit local shelters and food banks. Our students were proud to share in this outreach experience, realizing how grateful they are for the comfort and shelter of their residential treatment facility.

The Phoenix House Academy in Westchester is a residential treatment program for adolescent males and females. 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.

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