LAPD volunteers hold family sessions and monthly workshops for teens in Los Angeles.
Phoenix House Academy’s Judi Zneimer represented the agency at the United State of Women summit in June 2016 along with a group of eminent Los Angeles activists who aid the victims of human trafficking.
“So many people think marijuana can’t be an addiction, but it can. Because when you smoke weed like I did, and you feel like you can’t have fun without smoking, that’s you depending on weed to have fun. And dependence on a drug, that’s addiction.”
On Wednesday, October 9th, 2013, 7:00-9:00 pm, Phoenix House teens will speak at the Mission Viejo’s second annual Heart to Heart for Parents and Teens. This drug-prevention event is organized by Phoenix House, the Mayor, and OC Sheriff’s Department.
Vision to Learn offered free eye exams and glasses to 85 low-income high school students at Phoenix House Academy in Los Angeles. The colorful buses with optometrists and technicians came to our campus and the teens will receive glasses in two weeks.