Our very own place to share!

This is it, our adventure into the 21st century. New Phoebe House Association’s very own blog. We are excited to share more stories, news, thoughts, information, and the like with you. For those of you who are new to us, we are a transitional housing program located in Tacoma, Washington. Mothers struggling with chemical dependence and homelessness… Continue reading Our very own place to share!


PTSD Impacts More Women Than Men. Learn How You Can Help.

June is PTSD awareness month and New Phoebe House would like to bring attention to this, often, debilitating disorder. What is PTSD? According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced intense shock, fear or horror in response to an event. The… Continue reading PTSD Impacts More Women Than Men. Learn How You Can Help.

About Us

Introducing our new staff!

We are very excited to introduce the talented individuals we recently welcomed as members of our staff. Change can be difficult. Fortunately for us, that is not the case with these women, they have fit right in and are already making a difference in our programs. Without further ado, we present: Lily Bieletto, Phoebe KidsPlay… Continue reading Introducing our new staff!

Our Residents · Reunification

The great out-of-doors!

Over the last weekend in August, 12 mothers, 13 children and 8 staff members headed off to Camp St. Albans for our annual Mother-Child Bonding Retreat. It was quite the expedition. Two van loads, five cars, one truck full of food, thirty sleeping bags, four Pack ‘n Plays, and numerous child car seats made way… Continue reading The great out-of-doors!