Addiction Care Interventions NYC is a medical inpatient detox program, founded by world-renowned psychiatrist Daniel Casriel. ACI offers a range of inpatient rehab services including medically supervised withdrawal opioid, and 3 to 10 days inpatient treatment. This treatment provider is listed as a SAMHSA-Certified Opioid Treatment Program. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication. Self payment, Medicaid, private health insurance.
A certified Harlem based community drug treatment organization. Offering affordable or free drug and alcohol rehab to men and women in need. Primarily for homeless men and women. Holistic based programming.
Two large residential rehabs for homeless or disadvantaged adult men. Affordable or free and long term. Comprehensive therapies and education/job training.
A certified giant, non profit, addiction treatment services provider. Offering residential, long term rehab in multiple locations both in NYC and upstate NY. Rehabs for men, women, women with children, pregnant women and dual diagnosis adults. Also 2 Teen drug treatment academies, with education. Medicaid, insurance, self pay.
Three NYC based long term residential therapeutic communities treating substance abuse as a family problem, needing a family solution. Home for adult men and women, and women with children (231 beds in total).
A large 231-bed residential substance abuse treatment facility and long-term rehab for women, adolescents and senior citizens, operated by Odyssey House in partnership with the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
The Bowery Residents Committee's crisis center for anyone needing detoxification and relapse prevention services. It is open to anyone who needs help. 24-hour nursing services.
Long term residential therapeutic communities for men. Low cost, and Medicaid is accepted. In NYC.
Affordable long term residential communities (rehabs) for adult men and women. Therapy, peer support, education and vocational training. Medicaid, insurance, and self pay (payment assistance is available).
Therapeutic community residential drug treatment, primarily for those addicted to opiates (heroin). Long term programs for adult men and women, pregnant women and women with infants. Methadone is used, and Medicaid is accepted. In NYC.