This Bronx based community non profit runs seperate men's and women's residential drug rehabs, and a men's and women's halfway home. Treatment is affordable, Medicaid is accepted, and some payment assistance may be offered to those who qualify. A community self help and empowerment organization.
An affordable community based drug and alcohol rehab for adult men and women over the age of 21. Services are billed on a sliding scale, and Medicaid is accepted. Health and mental health care included. Dual diagnosis and HIV positive are welcome. In The Bronx.
A Bronx community hospital offering mental health and substance abuse services. Inpatient detox and hospital treatment and stabilization. Medicaid is accepted.
Two long term drug treatment therapeutic communities for the homeless and disadvantaged.
Hospital-based in- and outpatient detox and outpatient residential substance abuse care in the Bronx. Medicaid and private insurance.
No one will be denied services at La Casita for financial reasons. this 155 bed 18 month residential treatment program for homeless women and their children offers comprehensive therapies, training, healthcare and education. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
La Casita 3 in the Bronx is one of several substance abuse treatment facilities in the United Bronx Parents (UBP) network. Here women, including pregnant women and women with children/infants can receive residential treatment in a safe environment. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
The Family Re-Entry Program provides transitional off-site housing in individual, furnished, two-bedroom apartments for parents and children in treatment, with 24-hour supervision and full access to Odyssey House program services, including intensive substance abuse education and counseling.
A well-established NY institution, Odyssey House's integrated treatment programs typically include a combination of counseling and medications along with access to support services, including housing, education, and job training.