Tully Hill Treatment and Recovery
At Tully Hill, men and women in need of substance abuse treatment will work with a professional staff on 33 acres of land that promotes natural healing and overall wellness, far from the noise and distractions of New York City.
Patients in their residential programs have access to round-the-clock medical care, medication, addiction education, family therapy, mindfulness practices like meditation and guided imagery, and a wide range of other holistic healing modalities.
Clients will be able to connect with their peers and build trust in these support groups thanks to the availability of medication assistance and 12-step meetings in the local area.
The overarching objective of these programs is to teach participants about addiction as a disease and to assist them in developing the tools and routines necessary to lead fulfilling lives without drugs or alcohol.
St. Christophers Inn
Saint Christopher’s Inn is a shelter and rehab center for formerly homeless men who are also battling substance abuse issues. Clients will have access to medical care, 12-step meetings, individual therapy, community service, group therapy, meditation, daily community meetings, pastoral counseling, family therapy, yoga, vocational guidance, education, and cognitive behavioral therapy lectures, in addition to supportive housing options.
The average time spent in this program is between 75 and 90 days, but that can vary greatly depending on the individual.
Additionally, each client collaborates with their treatment team to develop a personalized aftercare plan that will provide continued care and support well into the future. Saint Christophers’ also provides medication-assisted treatments like Suboxone and Vivitrol to clients experiencing withdrawal from opioids or alcohol. Patients of any financial standing are accepted at this center.
Elev8 Center New York
Elev8 is a comprehensive recovery center that offers both inpatient and outpatient services so that each client can select the type of treatment that is most effective for them. Clients will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team consisting of medical professionals, dietitians, addiction specialists, and mental health counselors to develop a personalized treatment plan for chemical dependency.
Medical monitoring, medication management, individual therapy, group therapy, and various holistic therapies are all potential components of substance abuse services within these treatment plans.
Villa Veritas Foundation
The programs at Villa Veritas are based on the 12 Steps, which are the cornerstone of the facility’s name. These programs treat the whole person, including mind, body, and spirit, using therapies tailored to each gender’s unique needs in the field of behavioral health.
The services provided to women range from those aimed at healing the effects of trauma caused by domestic violence to those focused on improving their health through nutrition and the arts.
Group therapy, individual counseling, therapeutic fitness, and yoga are all common components of programs for males. All participants can take part in social events and recreational opportunities that welcome their entire family.
UHS Addiction Medicine
Group therapy, anger management, skill development, medication management, individual psychotherapy, and crisis interventions are all available through the UHS Addiction Medicine program. Overdose prevention services, medication aid for opioid abuse, and other medical resources may also be made available to clients. Since UHS is a medical facility, its primary mission is to speedily stabilize patients and get them connected to the care they require.
Lexington Center for Recovery
Services are available to males, females, and young adults and adolescents at Lexington Center for Recovery, an open-access community outpatient treatment program for those dealing with substance use disorders. There are many different types of assessments, as well as individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric services, family therapy, education about addiction, interactive journaling, relapse prevention, training in practical skills, and participation in community programs.
Teens in this facility’s program keep journals based on The Seven Challenges. Evidence-based therapies like EMDR, dialectical behavior therapy, and narrative therapy may also be made available to clients to address any underlying mental health issues that may have contributed to or been exacerbated by their substance abuse.
Beacon Center – Rome
Rome’s Beacon Center provides outpatient services for clients and their loved ones struggling with substance abuse issues. A client’s initial visit will consist of an assessment to establish whether or not their needs can be met by Beacon Center and, if so, how. If the needs of a client cannot be met by outpatient services alone, they may be referred to a facility that can provide the necessary level of care.
Clinicians at Beacon Center will work with each client to create an individualized treatment plan that may incorporate trauma-informed care, medication management, medication assistance, gender-specific services, age-specific groups, medication, and early recovery skill development. Each person’s plan, including hours, worked per week and schedule, will be unique.
Credo Community Center – Watertown
The services provided by Credo Community Center include one-on-one counseling, group counseling, peer advocacy, methadone and buprenorphine maintenance, case management, overdose prevention education, and vocational training. Given that this is an outpatient facility, the bulk of the treatment consists of group sessions.
Relapse-prevention groups, cognitive restructuring, art therapy, coping skill development, anger management, and many more will all be available to clients. Patients who require more intensive care, such as residential drug and alcohol treatment, will be referred to an appropriate facility. Credo Community Center offers both Medicaid and private health insurance as payment options in addition to a sliding scale fee structure.
Long Island Center for Recovery
Every client is worthy of second chances, forgiveness is essential to the healing process, and everyone has the potential to make positive changes; these are the tenets of the philosophy at Long Island Center for Recovery. The mission of the Long Island Center for Recovery is to provide effective treatment for people living in New York who are battling drug, alcohol, or prescription drug addiction.
This program is centered on the client’s holistic health and healing, and it uses a combination of evidence-based therapies and complementary holistic treatments to achieve this goal. This not only helps people stay sober for the long haul, but it also prepares them for life after treatment by providing them with tools for managing stress and avoiding relapse.