Located in a peaceful, rural setting in southern Rhode Island, Phoenix House Exeter Center offers individualized treatment for men aimed at helping them to build productive lives free of addiction. Staff works closely with family members to help support clients on their path to recovery, and care ranges from medically-monitored detox to short- and long-term residential treatment.
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Marie is now a Licensed Chemical Dependency Clinical Supervisor and is certified to treat both chemical dependencies and co-occurring disorders. She has been working with Phoenix House New England since 1995, starting as a counselor and eventually becoming program director. She now oversees men and women’s residential treatment in Exeter and Providence, Rhode Island. Her job allows her to balance administrative tasks with clinical care so she’s still able to facilitate group therapy and talk with clients. Her care for clients has made her a four-time recipient of the Phoenix House Excellence Award.More
Kristin, who is certified in addiction nursing, is now Program Director of the Detoxification and Extended Stay Program at Phoenix House in Exeter, Rhode Island. Before coming to Phoenix House, she worked at Maxim Healthcare Services, a home health care agency where she eventually took responsibility for the clinical operations of the agency as Director of Clinical Services. She then worked as a director at a senior living facility before seeing an opening at Phoenix House, where she now uses her nursing expertise to ease withdrawal symptoms and stabilize patients going through addiction withdrawals.More