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.
NYC recovery rehabs and long term living for New Yorkers addicted to opiates. Methadone is used as detox. Most programs run for a year or longer, and use a peer based therapeutic model of recovery. A special program for opiate addicted pregnant women allows for safe detox, therapy, prenatal and neonatal care. Long term recovery residences are available. Only Medicaid is accepted as payment at this non profit institution.
Being an addict I have unfortunately attended many programs to stay sober. Su casa had no heat throughout the whole winter of 2021-2022 It was freezing in the building seems hard to believe how they can get away with not having heat during the cold winter months but they did. At least half of the people there were getting high on daily basis. People would literally have drug deals right in front of the building during break. The counselors are not qualified they seem to not care at all. Never had 1 on1 , no groups, sometimes there would be no staff at all. The food I wouldn’t even call food. There was no breakfast. It was beyond the worst program I ever came across. There were mice and roaches. They somehow were able to get every client food stamps and benefits. I can go on and on but whatever they were not there to help that was obvious.
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