Our Mission

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for persons with intellectual challenges and problems by providing the very best residential and day support services possible. Our programs work to effectively assist and train those who need life skill services. This is accomplished through a coordinated system of care that respects and promotes the dignity, rights and full participation of the individual and their families. We are dedicated to provide individuals with a safe and secure environment because they often represent a particularly fragile, often dependent or helpless portion of our population.

Many of our individuals are unable to live independently and need assistance with basic life and personal skills and they are dependent upon our administrators, staff, Support Coordinators and family members to provide personal services to protect their rights encourage independence and assist them in meeting determined goals for fully productive lives. Day Support services train individuals in attending a task, community involvement and participation social skills and appropriate behavior. Services are based upon a clear statement of values and principles and are tailored to individual needs and preferences with respect to cultural, racial and gender differences. While taking these differences into account, services are available to all persons in an equitable manner.

The individuals in our care participate fully in community activities and resources, volunteer in the community, go on vacation annually, shop, enjoy recreational and cultural activities and events in the area and are encouraged to participate in as many functions as any other citizen in our community. We take pride in the opportunities that are provided to the individuals in our care and promote normally as often as possible in their daily lives.

Thank you for your interest and taking the time to learn more about Phoenix - N - Peace, Inc. If you have any questions regarding the company or the services we provide, please feel free to contact our Executive Offices for assistance.

Sincerely,

Marilyn C. Newby, Chief Executive Officer

Residential & Day Support Service

Mission: Phoenix-N-Peace is committed through training and support to assist intellectual disabled, dually diagnosed adults, and adolescents to attain individual goals in areas of communication, demonstrating appropriate behaviors and learning functional skills.

Phoenix-N-Peace, is based on the values that everyone deserves and needs to belong, to be loved, to be treated with dignity and respect, to be self -directing, and to be recognized for their inherent value as a unique person. Another guiding value is the right of persons with disabilities to be a part of the community, with the same opportunities, responsibilities and quality of life as available to all citizens. The overall goal of services is to promote acceptance in the normal life of the community in which the consumer resides through social integration and participation in community opportunities. Training activities produce outcomes for the individual and skills are integrated to appropriate environments.

All Residential & Day Support Services provide opportunities for socialization and peer support, nutritious meals and snacks, participation in recreational activities (individual and group) and basic personal care. Between activities, participants are given opportunities for rest and relaxation. In addition, some of the Adult Day Support Programs provide special services such as health monitoring (e.g. monitoring of blood pressure) and certain types of medical care (e.g. basic wound care).


Admissions Criteria

Phoenix-N-Peace is a private agency-offering center & non-center based community support and a residential treatment facility for adult and adolescent individuals with physical disabilities with a primary diagnosis of intellectually disabled & mental illness.

Adult Day Support Programs are designed for adults (over 18 years of age) who are physically frail, intellectually impaired or living with a chronic illness. These day or evening programs have a double focus. They are intended to provide care and support for individuals daily so they can continue living in the community. In addition, they are intended to provide family caregivers with a much needed break from caregiving. 



Supportive In-Home Services

Mission: Supportive In-Home Services is committed to providing community support services and other structured services to assist individuls.

These services strengthen individual skills and provide environmental supports necessary to attain and sustain independent community residential living. They include, but are not limited to, drop-in or friendly-visitor support and counseling to more intensive detailed support, monitoring, training, in-home support, respite care and family support services. Services are based on the needs of the individual and include training and assistance. These services normally do not involve overnight care by the provider; however, due to the flexible nature of these services, overnight care may be provided on an occasional basis.


Admissions Criteria & Process


  • At least 18 years of Age
  • Primary Diagnosis of Intellectual disability (mental retardation)
  • Individual must have significant limitations in adaptive skills in two or more of the following areas: communication, self-care, home living, social skills, community use, self-direction, functional academics, leisure, work, health and safety
  • Individual is not known to have tuberculosis in a communicable form
  • Individual is in a wellness state and does not need continuous nursing care
  • Individual does not have a history (within 2 years of creating unsafe conditions such as fire abuse
  • Individual's active behavior Management Plan does not require the use of procedures, which would conflict with Phoenix-N-Peace, Inc. Human Rights Plan, which include time out, seclusion, intrusive aversive therapy, or mechanical restraints or a need for restrictive behavioral interventions.
  • The individual's service needs are available by Phoenix-N-Peace, Inc.
  • The individual does not meet the characteristics described above

Process

The individual being referred has to be screened to assure he or she meets the criteria. After it is determined that he or she meets the criteria, the admission process begins, which includes having a physical within 30 days of admission, an individual service plan meeting is held to discuss the outcomes that the individual wants to work on to enhance his or her skills to become more independent. Prior to this meeting an assessment is conducted to determine the individuals strong areas.



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