Phoenix Programs: April 2021 Newsletter Click the Link to Read: https://mailchi.mp/3b4af4432672/april-2021-newsletter
We are very proud to announce that the University of Missouri School of Social work has awarded Bachelor of Social Work Field Instructor of The Year to our very own Lisa Horner. Lisa continues to work with interns referred by many schools in the area by assisting them in applying what they have learned in the classroom to real-life situations.…
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Watch this presentation from Phoenix Programs CFO, Rhiannon Ross, as she talks about the history Phoenix Programs history, Affordable Housing Commission and AHAP Tax Credits.
Watch this simple explanation of how Tax Credits work, how you can benefit and help Phoenix Programs serve our clients.
Take a look at our latest Phoenix newsletter — which includes an incredible story from Phoenix Assessment Counselor Carole Jones and a holiday greeting from our Executive Director Teresa Goslin. VIEW THE NEWSLETTER HERE
Our People Make Phoenix Programs A Special Place… Meet Greg Carbins. I was born in Memphis, TN and raised in Gary, IN. I was destined to have a passion for music, right? Throughout my youth, music was always around. My senior year in high school I enlisted in the United States Army where, upon graduation, I proudly served 8 years. I was…
Heather Harlan of Phoenix Programs appears on Pepper & Friends to discuss the local opioid epidemic.
Heather Harlan of Phoenix Programs made a statement at the Mental Health Panel that met at the Columbia Public Library. The panel was moderated by David Lile of KFRU/1400 AM and was broadcast live. by Anna Brett, Columbia Missourian, July 12th 2017 Click here for the article
PODCAST: For Every Homeless Person, There Was a Point Much Earlier Where They Could Have Been Helped
Source: KBIA.org – Original Air Date: November 30th, 2017 Heather Harlan is prevention specialist and adolescent counselor at Phoenix Programs in Columbia. She says addiction to drugs like alcohol and tobacco often stems from childhood trauma, and substance use disorders can make it difficult for those experiencing homelessness, in particular, to get help. Click Here for the Podcast