RISE Helps Those throughout Vermont with Substance Abuse Problems

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Photo Courtesy of Brattleboro Reformer

Phoenix House RISE (Recovery in an Independent, Sober Environment) Brattleboro is one of four transitional living facilities located in Vermont.  Recently RISE Brattleboro was highlighted in an article in the Brattleboro Reformer by Domenic Poli.

Phoenix House RISE offers a 3- to 24-month sober living program for men in early recovery from substance abuse. The RISE community living experience allows clients to practice and reinforce healthy new behaviors learned in treatment.  The program provides ongoing case management, counseling, therapeutic groups, and continuing care planning for men ages 21 or older, who have transitioned from a residential or intensive outpatient treatment program within the past six months.

In addition, funded by the Veterans Administration, RISE Bellows Falls holds six beds specifically for veterans who have served active duty.  RISE also provides a 14-bed gender-specific women’s program at a separate location in Brattleboro.

If you or a loved one needs help for substance abuse, call us today at 1 888 671 9392 or send us an email.

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