True Story: Ally

“Don’t be afraid of what the other kids might say when you decide you want to commit yourself to succeeding in treatment and to getting better. Because recovery is worth it.”

True Story: Jasmine

“If it wasn’t for Phoenix House, I’d probably be dead right now. They taught me that it’s OK to ask for help. Most importantly, I learned how to take care of myself—and that you can be sober and still have fun.”

True Story: Bryan

At Phoenix House, I realized that just days before I had been on the streets with nothing but the clothes on my back. I broke down. I began feeling emotions wash over me that I hadn’t felt in years. One of my first counselors told me, “if you want to

True Story: Kim

This was our search to find our son again, after helplessly watching him go from a happy, healthy person towards complete self-destruction. It’s impossible to explain the fear and desperation that the parents and family members of addicted teens expe

True Story: Dawn

“Phoenix House taught me that I had to become a better person to myself first, before I could become a better person to others.”