Join the Phoenix Residence on September 19 at Lake Calhoun to raise funds for individuals with disabilities
The Phoenix Residence is pleased to announce it has been selected as one of Top Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune!
Help The Phoenix Residence continue to provide programs and services to enrich the lives of those we serve – donate today!
Contact your local legislator to express the need to support the 5% rate increase. Share your story - YOU can make a difference!
Make a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities! We are currently looking for caring individuals who would like to participate in activities with the individuals we serve
The Phoenix Residence, Inc (PRI) is a non-profit organization founded in St. Paul Minnesota in 1974 by Margaret Ludden a parent of a son with disabilities. Margaret formed a coalition of parents like her that had grown children with developmental and physical disabilities.
The Phoenix Residence, Inc. is committed to developing person-centered quality living experiences for individuals with disabilities.
Individuals are self directed in all activities of daily living. Supports are individualized and tailored to the specific needs of each person within their home and community. Today Phoenix supports individuals with disabilities in a variety of living arrangements in the metropolitan area of the twin cities. Most of our residential homes are located in the east metro area, in Ramsey, Washington and Dakota Counties. Phoenix Residence and Phoenix Service Corporation its sister corporation is united in supporting individuals in residential and non residential settings helping individuals with disabilities to soar beyond possibilities. To learn more about The Phoenix Residence, Inc. click here.
Join The Phoenix Residence on September 19 for Made in the Shade at Lake Calhoun!
Leaders from The 5% Campaign have been busy this summer re-energizing in anticipation of the 2016 legislative session
There will not be a rate increase for Home and Community-Based Services. In the end, health and human services projected spending for the next two years was reduced by $300 million leaving a number of requests without additional funds.
There are just three weeks of the legislative session left, so now is an important time to advocate!
Me Mancao, a DSP at The Phoenix Residence, has a passion for running and has included others in her hobby
Summer FUN is in full swing at The Phoenix Residence! We have been enjoying all sorts of activities!
Many national celebrations are happening throughout the year, including an event at the Minnesota History Center on July 26