Students Volunteer at East End Hospice Tree of Lights Celebration

Monday, December 15th, 2014

phoenix house academy LI male teen rehabStudents of Phoenix House Academy on Long Island volunteered at the East End Hospice Tree of Lights Ceremony at the Gazebo at Herrick Park in East Hampton. This annual celebration honors the memory of those who have passed away at the Hospice during the year, paying tribute to their friends and families. Ornaments with the names of loved ones are placed on the tree, with families taking the keepsake home as a memento after the ceremony and reading of the names. Our volunteers helped decorate, distributed programs and pamphlets, and helped take down the ornaments at the conclusion.

They were treated to hot cocoa and carrot cake at a local bakery nearby after their work was completed. Our clients are always glad to help and give back to our neighbors in the community.

phoenix house clients volunteer tree of lights

Phoenix House Academy on Long Island, located on the East End, serves male teens struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Our Academy model is designed to help young clients prepare for productive, self-sufficient, and substance-free lives. Clients complete treatment while taking part in the Academy’s fully accredited on-site academic program, allowing them to catch up on their studies or earn credit towards their high school diplomas.

Find out more about the programs and services offered at Phoenix House Academy on Long Island, or call our toll-free number today: 1 888 671 9392.

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