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Adolescent Residential

Should you have any questions regarding the program or a specific referral, please contact:

James Campbell
(864) 371-1264
jacampbell@phoenixcenter.org

Our Adolescent Residential program known as the White Horse Academy is a 16-bed residential treatment program for adolescent males ages 13-17 who are struggling with problems related to substance abuse. Services are primarily focused on those with a dependence diagnosis, but all cases are considered on an individual basis. Each referral undergoes an individual psycho-social assessment in order to insure that the adolescent is placed in the most appropriate level of care.  Certified Addiction Counselors with special training in adolescent care, Registered Nurses and a Licensed Child Psychiatrist all work to help our young men progress through their treatment plan, towards recovery and a healthy life.

The Academy's clinical program offers a wide range of counseling and treatment activities and is focused on engaging the boys in their own recovery and bringing about positive changes in their lives. In addition to individual and group counseling, treatment experiences include:

  • Education sessions with a certified teacher from Greenville County Schools
  • High and low ropes challenge courses
  • Organic gardening
  • Music and recreational therapies
  • Life skills and anger management
  • Family therapy