Established in 1983, the Phoenix House program serves ten male adolescents ages 13-18. Built in 2008 and located on our main campus, this spacious, ranch style home is set on an acre of land and surrounded by apple orchards, and oﬀers individual bedrooms for each resident. Residents enjoy the spacious property for skateboarding, basketball and other similar activities.
The Phoenix program combines a signiﬁcant level of structure with a strong sense of community within the house. Residents are expected to work diligently on mastering the basics of "Connection to Self" including safety and self-respect while living in a community of other young men.
Phoenix House residents often enjoy going to the beach, swimming at Spring Lake, searching for employment, taking music lessons, playing basketball at the local YMCA, skating at the local skate park, going to the movies, shopping at Costco, working out at the gym, or volunteering at local organizations.