This year we celebrate 50 years of life-changing work, marking this milestone offered us the opportunity to reflect on the impact that Phoenix has had on thousands of people’s lives.
We know from our founder’s Griffith Edwards publications that date as far back as 1968, the positive impact that Phoenix has been making to the lives of “otherwise lost and deprived young men,” and women over the past five decades.
‘We are proud of our history which has seen us grow from a single pioneering residential service to a national organisation with services in community, prisons housing and residential settings. We have adapted our approach over the years to meet the changing needs of our service users, their families and society but our message remains the same; that every person who is dependent on drugs and alcohol has the potential to rebuild their lives’
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