NYC medical inpatient detox program, founded by world-renowned psychiatrist Daniel Casriel. Three to 10 days inpatient treatment. Self payment, Medicaid, private health insurance.
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.
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.
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.
Separate residential drug and alcohol treatment programs for adult men and women, and long term residential and sober living for seniors.
A 90 bed residential treatment center with detox for men and women over the age of 16. Detox is available, Medicaid accepted, and dual diagnosis patients are welcome. In Westhampton Beach NY.
A Middletown, state run 60 bed drug and alcohol rehab for adult men and women. No one will be turned away for an inability to pay for services. Mothers with small children are welcome, as are dual diagnosis patients.
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.
In Utica, a 48 bed residential drug treatment facility for adult men and women, and dual diagnosis adults. Duration of stay varies based on need. No one will be denied services for an inability to pay.