Our substance use treatment programs help people who are impacted by their personal or a family member’s addiction to improve the quality of their lives and achieve personal goals for recovery.
Sunrise is an outpatient clinic that implements evidence-based interventions to help participants achieve recovery from alcohol or other controlled substances. Sunrise is appropriate for anyone over the age of 18 who is living with addiction. See the Sunrise flyer here.
- Open Monday – Friday (Saturday hours begin July 31, 2018)
- Day and evening appointments
- Walk-in assessments every Wednesday 3-6 PM
- Individual, group, and family therapy
The Hub is specifically designed to help adolescents and young adults (ages 12-21) make sound and thoughtful decisions as they restore balance to their lives and recover from substance use. The Hub is a safe and supportive environment offering different levels of outpatient substance use treatment. Learn more about The Hub here.
Special summer group session: 11:30 AM - 2 PM, July 16 - August 30 (Monday - Friday). Light lunch available. See the flyer here.
Special presentation: Navigating the maze of co-occurring disorders. 6-7:30 PM on Tuesday, July 31. Learn more here.
METRO – Chemical Dependency Treatment Center focuses on recovery from opiate-based addiction (including addiction to heroin and prescription pain medications). This program uses medication assisted treatment (methadone). METRO provides individual and group counseling, community-based referrals, and vocational and job assistance. METRO participants who also require mental health services can take part in our co-occurring disorder clinic (CODC). METRO is for people 18 and old. Read our methadone FAQ.
Not sure where to start? We can provide a free, confidential assessment for you or a child. If our services are not right for you, we will refer you to appropriate treatment. Call 914-613-0700 x7405.
Our phone numbers are not crisis lines and are not staffed after hours. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or report to the nearest emergency room.