The purpose of our Advocacy efforts is to provide structure and support to individuals we serve, employees, families and friends of Phoenix to assist them with Grassroots Advocacy. As well as, solicit more involvement from employees, family members and friends to advocate maintaining services for persons with disabilities.

Effective Grassroots Advocacy requires a compelling issue or message and people. We have a compelling message; maintain services for persons with disabilities. Most importantly we have people! We have developed a strong base of people, grassroots advocates who are willing to share their stories, spread our message and advocate for themselves, their loved ones or the people they serve. There is power in numbers, the more advocates we have the more powerful our voice will become.

Recent Articles

  • Mon. Nov 19

    Phoenix Family Council Welcomes You!

    Libby Johnson the President of the Phoenix Family Council gives a brief introduction to the Family Council Committee.

  • Fri. Nov 02

    Phoenix Hosts Town Hall Forum

    The Phoenix Residence recently hosted a town hall forum at the Roseville Library for candidates from districts 42 and 42B.

  • Fri. Mar 23

    Representative Kurt Bills visits Drexel House

    On March 23rd we were fortunate to have Representative Kurt Bills visit our Drexel House.

  • Thu. Mar 01

    ARRM Day at the Capitol

    Once again we participated in ARRM Day at the Capitol on March 1st. We had a great turnout again this year, with over 70 staff, residents and family members participating.