Take a Peek at Our Re-Designed Website!
PHILLIPS Programs for Children and Families is proud to launch our newly redesigned website, www.phillipsprograms.org.
We have redesigned it with you in mind, streamlining menus, simplifying navigation, building a responsive layout for all platforms and providing more resources and information on our programs and services.
What’s new? The content of the website has undergone a rigorous review and it has been re-written to offer the latest information of the utmost importance to our visitors. We’ve also improved the structure of our content, so you’ll find what you need to know from a quick read.
There’s a whole host of smaller but important changes, all to make your experience of the PHILLIPS site that much better for you.
This project has been comprehensive, from updating our messaging to helping users get the information they need with minimal clicks. The most important change to the website is we have broken down the complexity of our programs into easy to navigate and streamlined presentations.
We have also created a host of new graphics, published new and powerful videos, and included a few updates that have made the site easier to use.
We hope you like the changes, and if you have any feedback, please let us know! To sign up for our newsletter, click here and scroll to the bottom of the page. To stay connected on social media, follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
We look forward to staying connected!
The Tower Club Sponsors Golf Tournament to Support Our Capital Campaign!
The Young Executives Council of The Tower Club is hosting a golf tournament to support our "Changing the Employment Landscape for Youth with Behavioral Health Needs" capital campaign. To learn more visit our website. Your sponsorship or foursome will put us that much closer towards completing our campaign!
Sign up to play or sponsor this great networking event to provide mission critical funds to this vital program.
PHILLIPS Programs Featured in The Washington Post!
Read about our innovative Chopped Challenge in The Washington Post. Special thanks to our celebrity judges: Karen Cleveland, CEO, Leadership Fairfax, Sianna Simmons, Outreach Manager, KaBOOM! and Chef Erik Lund, Culinary Arts Program instructor at PHILLIPS School ~ Laurel. Click here for the full story!