Phoenix House Venice Students Thank the “Crossing the Digital Divide” Nonprofit

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Sixteen students from the Phoenix House adult  substance abuse treatment program at Venice Beach, California, have learned new computer skills through free workshops sponsored by the Crossing the Digital Divide nonprofit.   The graduation ceremony took place on October 16, 2012 at Santa Monica Senior Center and included performances by a local church choir and speeches by representatives of each treatment program that participated in the Fall Semester of classes – including Phoenix Houses  of Los Angeles, Amity Foundation  and the House of Uhuru.

Crossing the Digital Divide is a non-profit organization with a very specific goal; to close the gap between the haves and the have-nots by bringing technology to the most vulnerable and ‘in need” or our society, people in recovery.  In the  past eight years, the organization successfully trained and graduated close to 1,500 students and worked with thousands of volunteers who taught the classes.  Phoenix House Venice is the fifth and the newest among the partners of CDD and we are grateful for this new opportunity to improve the lives of men receiving services at our adult treatment center.

Located on Ocean Front Walk in Venice Beach, Phoenix Houses  of Los Angeles offers comprehensive residential treatment to those who are trying to break the cycle of substance abuse. Group therapy, individual counseling, and a variety of services are offered to those who are striving to overcome addiction, reunite with family and achieve economic independence. A wide range of group sessions are offered that address recovery dynamics, relapse prevention, life skills, trauma, and anger management. In addition to residential care, outpatient and sober living options are available.

Find out more about programs and services at Phoenix Houses  of Los Angeles or call us at: 1 888 671 9392.


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