Phoenix Psychiatric Treatment Program (PRTF)
Intensive residential psychiatric treatment for children, ages 6–18, who are suffering from complex trauma.
With 24 hour client care, the Phoenix Sanctuary is aimed at preventing state custody and offers emergency crisis stabilization for children and adolescents, ages 6–18, experiencing emotional, behavioral and social adaptation problems.
Phoenix Connections (IOP)
Phoenix Connections Evening Intensive Outpatient Program is a structured group therapy program designed for children, ages 6–18, who exhibit psychiatric symptoms and significant impairment in day-to-day educational, social and interpersonal functioning. This unique program offers a much-needed intermediate level of care, serving as a bridge between inpatient hospitalization or PRTF and a traditional office outpatient setting.
Street Outreach Services
Street Outreach Services (SOS) is a mobile community based unit providing social intervention services to youth, ages 16–21, who are couch surfing, getting kicked out of the house, thinking about leaving home, experiencing homelessness as a part of a family, or living on the streets.
- Therapeutic Case Manager
- Care Facilitators
- Board certified psychiatrist