Seeking to Build a Diverse Workforce in New England

Wednesday, March 6th, 2013
Tyena Whitley Springfield Center

Phoenix House Program Manager Tyena Whitley with an Interested Student

On Monday, February 22, 2013, staff members from Phoenix Houses of New England participated in the 2013 ALANA (African-America, Latino, Asian, and Native American) Career Fair at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.  Dozens of students came to the Phoenix House booth at the fair to discuss career opportunities as well as summer co-ops and internships with one of the nation’s leading addiction treatment providers.

Phoenix House is always looking for talented and compassionate individuals to provide substance abuse treatment and counseling to our highly diverse, multicultural clientele.  Phoenix Houses of New England operates 45 programs in five states, serving more than 3,500 individuals each year. With our broad spectrum of rehabilitation services ranging from detoxification through residential and outpatient treatment to recovery housing and aftercare, a skilled workforce, committed to Phoenix House’s mission of reclaiming lives from drug and alcohol abuse, is of the utmost importance.

Judging by the enthusiasm and interest the students showed in Phoenix House and our many and varied services, there will be no lack of gifted, caring professionals carrying on our work for many years to come.

Find out more about career opportunities at Phoenix House.

If you or someone you love needs help with an alcohol or drug problem, please call 1 888 671 9392. Treatment is never more than a phone call away!

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