"The UK’s first ‘Phoenix House’ opened its doors in London in 1969, offering Therapeutic Community (TC) based residential rehabilitation. Throughout the 1970s the Phoenix House TC programme adapted and modernised, becoming less rigid and adding Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) based group work to the programme. We expanded and opened more houses in the 1980s." 
- Karen Biggs – Chief Executive (since 2007)
- Bill Puddicombe - former Chief Executive (1998-2006)
- Vice Patron - Baroness Masham of Ilton (and former chair)
Selected Funders 2011/12 
- Bank of Scotland Foundation, Sir James Knott Trust, Marsh Christian Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Phoenix Association, Moffat Charitable Trust, Hugh Fraser Trust,
Accessed October 2012: 
- Mark Haysom chair, Vicky Hemming, Sarah Thewlis vice chair, Tony Hunter, Mike Ewart, Simon Lanyon, William Caplan, Susan Matheson, Karim Zafar Dar, Gordon Statham, Emily Finch, Gill Saunders
Resources and articles
- Mandy Taylor Head of Regional Operations East Midlands and Eastern
- Woodland Trust  (p.9)
- Rowdy Yates - current Executive Director of EWODOR (the European Working Group on Drugs Oriented Research) and acting president of the European Federation of Therapeutic Communities.
- Phoenix House
- Lord Ennals
- "The new service, funded by Leicester City Council, called Leicester Recovery Partnership is set to get underway on 1 July 2013 in partnership with Phoenix Futures and Reaching People."