Phoenix House RISE II

Transitional Housing
Bellows Falls, VT
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11 Underhill Avenue
Bellows Falls, VT - 05101

(802) 463-9851 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one jhenzel@phoenixhouse.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Phoenix House RISE II

Phoenix House RISE (Recovery in an Independent, Sober Environment) in Bellows Falls is a 3- to 24-month sober living program for men in early recovery from substance abuse, with specialized programming for veterans. An integral part of a recovery-oriented system of care, RISE is based on the belief that people who experience a repeated pattern of drug or alcohol abuse should spend additional time in a stable, supportive environment to reinforce sobriety. Clients must be at least 21 years of age and have completed a residential or intensive outpatient treatment program within the past six months.   All clients are expected to pay a modest weekly rent. All major credit cards are accepted.

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