Phoenix House of the Mid-Atlantic
Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic (PHMA) is a non-profit behavioral healthcare organization specializing in the treatment and prevention of substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. Established in 1942, PHMA provides an important resource to adolescent boys and girls struggling with addiction and has served more than 40,000 patients. An average of over 70 percent of patients in all of Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic’s treatment programs successfully complete the entire program – well over the national average. PHMA programs offer a wide range of treatment and recovery services, from outpatient to intensive residential treatment, including mothers with children, second language programs and a full continuum of care.
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Sponsored by the Louis D. Srybnik Foundation