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Substance Use Services

We know that every person is unique and that a treatment program is most effective when it is designed to meet the needs of each individual. With education and empathy, our providers can help you develop insight and understand substance use and its impact on your life.

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For new patients, please call us to request an appointment.

855.681.8700

For existing patients, please visit our Patient Portal

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Through medication assisted treatment, like buprenorphine or naltrexone, therapeutic groups, and individual counseling, we empower our clients to develop new coping skills, refine self-beliefs, and make lasting changes for a life and future to be proud of. With these new skills, you can recover from addiction and successfully restore your dignity, confidence, and self-care to restart your life.

If you or a loved one is struggling with drug and alcohol use, we can help. Our New York State licensed treatment program offers many options to reclaim your life.

If you are ready to stop using alcohol or other drugs, we have medically supervised care and connections to detox and residential facilities. If you find yourself struggling to stay away from drugs, outpatient care is available here, close to home. Group therapy, individual counseling, suboxone treatment, and harm reduction are key pillars of our recovery programs.

All services are provided by qualified professionals, and are provided in Spanish and English.

We accept many insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare; if you are uninsured, a sliding scale based fee is available.

Medication Services

Through medication assisted treatment, like buprenorphine or naltrexone, therapeutic groups, and individual counseling, we empower our clients to develop new coping skills, and make lasting to be proud of.

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Outpatient Services

Our caring and professional staff realizes there are a variety of evidence-based approaches to treating addiction including group sessions, psychotherapy, medication or a combination depending on the patient’s individual needs.

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