New Phoebe House Association
We provide housing, services, and support to Pierce County mothers and children impacted by substance abuse, primarily methamphetamine. We help them achieve and maintain reunification through healing, self-sufficiency, and clean and sober living.
NPHA programming is structured to prepare the residents for long-term success, to obtain permanent housing, and to be ready for life, parenting and the responsibilities ahead the needed resilience factors. Phoebe residents gain access to needed medical care, mental health assessments, medications and counseling as needed. This helps to build in a more permanent wellbeing platform for each woman and improves her ability to parent. Women are prepared with financial literacy, GED’s and other job skills such as conflict management. We teach, coach, observe and role model daily life and parenting skills.
Onsite programming flexes to provide women with timely information and life skills such as: decision making, problem solving, stress management, self awareness and self management. Case management provides valuable individualized referrals to appropriate resources in the community. Team wraparound sessions with the resident’s other providers are scheduled monitor progress and encourage continual successes. New Phoebe House strives to be a continuously learning organization by accessing the latest research, monitoring outcomes and receiving resident’s (past & present) feedback for process improvement.
Annual Budget: $250,001 - $500,000
Number of Employees: 6-15
Accepts Volunteers: Yes
Service Area: Pierce County
People Served Annually: 88