Phoenix House treats individuals struggling with addiction wherever they need to be—at home, a clinic or a treatment facility.
A residential program may be the best course of treatment for some clients, while outpatient care–where clients can attend treatment after work or school–may be best for others. They offer a full range of programs and services, from assessment to treatment planning to recovery support and everything in between. Individuals may progress from medical detoxification and stabilization, to residential treatment, to outpatient care, to sober living housing—or they may enter treatment at any point along our continuum of care. Phoenix House’s goal is to do whatever it takes to give clients or their loved one the best chance for lasting recovery.
Phoenix House’s treatment methods are time-tested and have consistently proven successful in the most difficult substance abuse cases. They understand that the causes of addiction are complex and often multifaceted; they are here to guide those they serve and their families every step of the way.
Find out more about Phoenix House drug and alcohol treatment facilities here
Substance Abuse Treatment
Residential Long-Term Treatment
Residential Short-Term Treatment
American Indian or Alaska Native languages
Sliding fee scale (fee is based on income and other factors)
Access to Recovery (ATR) voucher
Military insurance (e.g., TRICARE or CHAMPVA)
Private health insurance
State Insurance Other than Medicaid