Drug Free in New York

Explore Treatment Programs in New York
Services : Medicaid, Self payment (+17)
  Utica, NY

In New York, anyone that has a problem with alcohol or drug use can obtain the personal help they need to achieve and maintain a substance free lifestyle because Insight House in Utica offers treatment and prevention services to children as well as adults.

Services : Spanish, Men (+12)
  Staten Island, NY
Camelot provides counseling services for adults, adolescents, children, and families who’s lives have been affected by drug or alcohol use. We help clients explore the beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors that led them to substance use and abuse. Camelot has programs throughout New York City’s five boroughs.
Services : Sliding fee scale, Self payment (+8)
  Dix Hills, NY
A community-centered non-profit organization providing social, recreational, informational, educational and advocacy programs for children, youth and families of Commack and Half Hollow Hills.
Services : Private insurance, Outpatient (+10)
  Fulton, NY
The County of Oswego Council on Alcoholism & Addictions (COCOAA) offers a full range of family-oriented services to those affected by chemical dependency, as well as assistance to community professionals working with individuals who are addicted.
Services : Medicare, Partial Hospitalization (+17)
  Bethpage, NY

If you reside in the Greater New York Metro area and have a problem with alcohol or drugs, Bridge Back to Life Center provides quality treatment for chemically dependent individuals seeking recovery. Bridge Back to Life Center provides addiction treatment and counseling services in 6 locations on an outpatient basis so their recovery services are very accessible.

Services : Substance Abuse Treatment, Medicaid (+6)
  Arverne, NY

Substance abuse can end up affecting a person's entire life when left untreated. Sadly today people of all ages and from all walks of life are unable to control their use of alcohol and/or abusing drugs but aren't receiving help. Many in need of treatment for substance abuse are only in their teens and unfortunately some have already become dependent and are unable to control their use.

Services : Seniors/older adults, Substance Abuse Treatment (+15)
  Watkins Glen, NY
At FLACRA we believe that addiction is a treatable disease so whether you are an individual, family, business or referral agency in need of help for problems related to chemical dependency, FLACRA is ready to help you.
Services : Sliding fee scale, Co-Occurring Disorders (+12)
  Brooklyn, NY
The Diocese of Brooklyn has created a program to provide confidential ongoing assistance to parish families who suffer from the effects of alcohol and substance abuse. Catholic Charities and the Diocesan Program for the Development of Human Potential (PDHP) collaborated in developing this initiative which provides counseling, support, treatment and care to those seeking assitance. To connect to a network of services that will help you and your family in addressing this concern, please make a confidential call to the Diocesan Alcohol and Substance Abuse Assistance Program Hotline: 1-800-659-1603.
Services : Substance Abuse Treatment, Medicare (+14)
  Amsterdam, NY

Even though addiction can ruin a person's life it's not easy seeking help or overcoming the use of drugs or alcohol. Anyone can beat their addiction and get their life back on track if they obtain the right help and support. In New York whether a person's an alcoholic, binge drinker, abusing drugs or addicted to them they can find quality professional treatment at St. Mary's Hospital in Amsterdam.

Services : Military insurance, Private insurance (+11)
  Albany, NY

Substance abuse doesn't just take place among younger people, many older adults struggle with alcohol abuse and drug abuse also but most people don't realize how prevalent this is. Many people 50 and older have a drinking problem or abuse or are dependent on prescription medications in this country and there are also older people struggling with other drugs of abuse. Many older adults are suffering from physical problems associated with excessive drinking or drug abuse but they're also missing out on life with family and their grandchildren too.