2010 Directory of Suffolk County Substance Abuse

2010
Directory of Suffolk County
Substance Abuse
Prevention, Treatment & Recovery
Services
Steve Levy
Suffolk County Executive
ARTHUR FLESCHER, LCSW, CASAC
DIRECTOR
725 North County Complex – Building C928
Hauppauge, New York 11788-0099
(631) 853-8500 • Fax (631) 853-3117
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departments/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
http://www.liprc.org/site/Home.aspx
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COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
STEVE LEVY
SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES
JAMES L. TOMARKEN, MD
MSW, MPH, MBA, FRCPC, FACP
Commissioner
April 5, 2011
Dear Suffolk County Resident,
I am pleased to present this comprehensive directory of substance abuse prevention, education, treatment and
recovery services. The directory is the result of efforts of the Suffolk County Drug & Alcohol Subcommittee
Prevention Task Group, in collaboration with The Communities of Solution, and the Quality Consortium of Suffolk
County. I would also like to thank the students at the Suffolk Community College Chemical Dependency Training
Program and St. Joseph’s College Counselor’s Training Program for their assistance in compiling the information.
The services provided by the agencies and organizations vary, so we have provided a glossary of terms and a quick
reference page to assist you. We have also provided a list of community coalitions; the goal of coalitions is to
empower community members and community-based organizations to successfully come together to promote positive
youth development and prevent problem behaviors, including substance abuse. I encourage you to join your local
coalition.
For additional information, you can contact the following agencies:
Suffolk County Division of Community Mental Hygiene Services, (631)-853-8500
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departments/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Prevention Resource Center, (631)-608-5014,
www.liprc.org
2-1-1 Long Island (formerly Community Resource Database of LI),
https://211longisland.communityos.org/cms/
New York State HOPEline 1-877-8-HOPENY
http://www.oasas.state.ny.us/pio/needhlp.cfm
If you have revisions or updates to the information found in this directory, please contact the Prevention Resource
Center by telephone at (631)-608-5014 or by email at [email protected]
Sincerely,
Art Flescher, LCSW, CASAC Acting Director
Suffolk County Division of Community Mental Hygiene Services
DIVISION OF COMMUNITY MENTAL HYGIENE
North County Complex, Building C928, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, P.O. Box 6100, Hauppauge, NY 11788
(631) 853-8500 FAX: (631) 853-3117
2010 Directory of Suffolk County
Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment & Recovery Services
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Message from Acting Director, S.C. DOH, Division of Community Mental Hygiene
Listing of Substance Abuse Treatment & Prevention Program Providers
Agency
Alternatives Counseling Center
Brentwood School District
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital
Catholic Charities
Center for Addiction Recovery
Empowerment
Center for Prevention & Outreach
Charles K. Post Addiction Treatment
Community Counseling Services
Counseling/Mediation/Forensic Services
Daytop Village, Inc.
Eastern Long Island Hospital
Eastern Suffolk BOCESStudent Assistance Program
Employee Assistance Resource Services
Family Counseling Services
Family Recovery Services
Family Service League
Hispanic Counseling Center
Hope for Youth, Inc.
Human Understanding & Growth Seminars
Huntington Youth Bureau Huntington
IMPACT Counseling Center
John T Mather Hospital
The Kenneth Peters Center for Recovery
Long Island Center For Recovery
LI Council on Alcohol & Drug Dependence
Mary Haven Center of Hope, Inc.
Outreach Development Corporation
Location
Riverhead & Southampton
Brentwood
Patchogue and Shirley
Bohemia, Commack & Hampton Bays
Islandia
Stonybrook
Stonybrook
West Brentwood
Ronkonkoma
Bohemia
Huntington Station
Greenport & Riverhead
Medford
Smithtown
Shirley & Westhampton Beach
Riverhead
Bayshore & East Hampton, East Yaphank
Bayshore
Amityville
Westhampton Beach
Huntington
Lake Grove
Port Jefferson
Hauppauge
Hampton Bays
Riverhead & Ronkonkoma
Riverhead
Bellport & Brentwood
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Location (Cont’d)
Agency
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The Pederson Krag Center
Phoenix House
Prevention Resource Center
Retired Senior Volunteer Program Suffolk
Riverhead Community Awareness Program
St. Charles Hospital
Sanctuary East
Seafield Services
Huntington, Smithtown, Wyandanch
Brentwood & East Hampton
Amityville
Smithtown
Riverhead
Port Jefferson
East Islip
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SCO Family Services-Madonna Heights
South Oaks Hospital
Suffolk Coalition to Prevent Alcohol & Drug
Dependence
Suffolk County Department of Health
Services
Sunshine Prevention Center
Town/Babylon Division of Drug/Alcohol
Services
The Guidance Center
Dix Hills
Amityville
Hauppauge
Brentwood & Islip
Smithtown
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Town of Islip-ACCESS/ACCESO
Town of Smithtown-Horizons Counseling
Center
YMCA of Long Island
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Quick Guide of Suffolk County Prevention Services
Quick Guide of Suffolk County Treatment Services
Listing of Substance Abuse Focused Community Coalitions
Listing of Substance Abuse Focused Recovery Resources
Quick Guide of Additional Community Resources
Glossary of Terms
Acknowledgements
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Amityville, Medford, Patchogue, Riverhead,
Yaphank & Westhampton Beach
Hauppauge, Riverhead
Port Jefferson Station
Amityville, North Babylon
Shelter Island, Southold, Riverhead Town,
Southampton Town, East Hampton Town
Centereach & Northport
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SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION & TREATMENT SERVICES
AGENCY
CONTACT
INFORMATION
*Alternatives Counseling Services,
Inc.
Ms. Christine Epifania
(Prevention & Outpatient Treatment
Services Available)
Ms. Michelle Raysor
(631) 369-1200
540 East Main Street
Riverhead 11901
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC
*Alternatives Counseling Services,
Inc.
(Prevention & Outpatient Treatment
Services Available)
291 Hampton Road
Southampton, NY 11968554
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC
Ms. Christine Epifania
Ms. Michelle Raysor
(631) 283-4440
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Suboxone Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Suboxone Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Brentwood School District
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Paul Nolan
(631) 434-2403
SERVICES
Treatment Services
None
(Prevention Services)
52 Third Avenue
Brentwood UFS
Brentwood 11717
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
Payment Methods
Free to Students
//www.brentwood.k12.ny.us
Catchment Area
Brentwood School
District
*Brookhaven Memorial
Hospital/Medical Center
Ms. Joan Miller
(631) 854-1222
(Outpatient Services)
365 East Main Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
http://www.brookhavenhospital.org/Service
s/Medical_Services/Behavioral_Health
Staff Credentials: MD, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, CASAC
*Brookhaven Memorial
Hospital/Medical Center
(Outpatient Services)
550 Montauk Hwy
Shirley, NY
http://www.brookhavenhospital.org/Service
s/Medical_Services/Behavioral_Health
Staff Credentials: MD, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, CASAC
Ms. Joan Miller
(631) 852-1070
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Suboxone Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Women’s Group
Suboxone Treatment
Relapse Prevention Group
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Methods
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Catholic Charities of
Rockville Centre
Talbot House-Crisis Center
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Brian Nichols
(631) 589-4144
.
(Medically Monitored
Withdrawal/Stabilization Services)
30-C Carlough Road
Bohemia, NY 11716
http://www.catholiccharities.cc/ourservices/
chemicaldepend.html
Staff Credentials: RN, LPN, CASAC
*Catholic Charities of
Rockville Centre
(Day Treatment & Intensive
Outpatient Services Available)
Ms. Kathleen AyersLanzillotta
(631) 543-6200
Mr. Dave Emeritz
(631) 543-6200
155 Indian Head Road
Commack, NY 11725
http://www.catholiccharities.cc/ourservices/
chemicaldepend.html
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
*Catholic Charities of
Rockville Centre
(Day Treatment & Intensive
Outpatient Services)
31 Montauk Highway East
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
http://www.catholiccharities.cc/ourservices/
chemicaldepend.html
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
Mr. Wayne Cavaliere
(631) 723-3362
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Monitor of withdrawal
symptoms & vital Signs
Vocational Services
Referrals and linkage to
other services.
Prevention Services
Relapse
Prevention
Education
Payment Methods
Free
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Anger Management
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Parenting
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Relapse Prevention Group
Anger Management
Bilingual Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Parenting
Education
Community Ed
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Center for Addiction Recovery And
Empowerment
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Deborah Petry
(631) 532-5234
(Intensive Outpatient Services
available)
3001 Expressway Drive North
Suite #300
Islandia, NY 11749
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
Center for Prevention & Outreach
Lara Hunter
(631) 632-6729
http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/cpo/su
bstances_resources.shtml
Staff Credentials: LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Grp
Multi-lingual Services
(Spanish, Polish, Russian,
Ukrainian)
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid/Medicare
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Nassau County
Queens County
Treatment Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Referral
Information
None
(Prevention)
Stony Brook University
Student Union
Room # 216
Stony Brook, NY 11790
SERVICES
Ellen Driscoll
(631) 632-6450
Payment Method
Free to Students
Catchment Area
Student, Faculty &
Staff of the State
University at Stony
Brook
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Charles K. Post Addiction
Treatment
(Inpatient Rehabilitation Services)
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Mark Wielgus
Mr. Robert Alberti
(631) 434-7200
998 Crooked Hill Rd.
West Brentwood, NY 11717
www.oasas.state.ny.us/atc/post/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, CASAC,
CPRP, CRT
Community Counseling Services
of Ronkonkoma
(Outpatient Services)
3281 Veterans Memorial Highway
Suite E-14
Ronkonkoma NY 11779
http://www.communitycounselingservi
cesli.com/Home.html
Staff Credentials: MD, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
Ms. Susan Werckmann
(631) 471-3122
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence
Programming
Gambling Treatment
Women’s Group
Young Adult Male Group
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy &
Education
Relapse Prevention Group
Dual Diagnosis Services
Motivational Enhancement
Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Parenting
Education
Community
Outreach
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Gambling Treatment
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Grp
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Counseling/Mediation/Forensic
Services
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Joseph Stassi
(631) 218-0968
(Outpatient Services)
30 Floyds Run
Bohemia, NY 11716
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
LCSW, CASAC
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
*Daytop Village Inc.
(Outpatient Rehabilitation,
Outpatient Services)
2075 New York Avenue
Huntington Station, NY 11746
http://www.daytop.org
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
Ms. Caroline Sullivan
(631) 351-7112
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Young Adult Treatment
Adolescent Treatment
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
None
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Parent Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Nassau County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Eastern L.I. Hospital Association
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Janet Jackowski
(631) 369-8977
(Detox, Inpatient Residential)
201 Manor Place
Greenport, NY 11944
http://www.elih.org/SERVICES/BEHAVIORALHEA
LTH/AddictionServices/tabid/101/Default.aspx
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Eastern L.I. Hospital Association
(Intensive Outpatient Services)
814 Harrison Avenue
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://www.elih.org/SERVICES/BEHAVIORALHEA
LTH/AddictionServices/tabid/101/Default.aspx
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
Mr. David Cohen
(631) 369-8966
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
None
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Student Assistance Service
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Barry Rosen
(631) 289-0078
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Prevention Services
None
School Based
Prevention
Counseling
(Groups)
Referrals
Relapse
Prevention
Group
Parent Education
Bilingual
Services
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
(Prevention)
1741D No. Ocean Ave.
Medford 11763 2649
http://www.esboces.org/SAS/
Staff Credentials: LMSW, LCSW,
LMHC, CPP
Payment Method
Free
Catchment Area
School districts that
contract for services
Employee Assistance Resource
Services
(Outpatient Treatment)
278 East Main Street
Smithtown, NY 11787
Staff Credentials: MD, PH.D.,
LMSW, CASAC
Dr. Simon Zysman
(631) 361-6960
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Family Counseling Services
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Judy Margolis
(631) 399-9217
(Outpatient Treatment)
464 William Floyd Pkwy.
Shirley, NY 11967
http://www.familycounselingsvc.org/info.html
Staff Credentials: MD, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC,
CPP
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Family Treatment
Relapse Prevention Group
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
*Family Counseling Services
(Outpatient Treatment)
Mailing: P.O. Box 1348
40 Main Street
Westhampton Beach 11978 7348
http://www.familycounselingsvc.org/info.html
Staff Credentials: MD, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
Dr. Karen Martin
(631) 288-1954 x 220
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Medicare
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Town of Brookhaven
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Eastern Suffolk
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Family Recovery Center
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Helen Mack
(631) 369-0104 X17
(Outpatient Services)
208 Roanoke Avenue
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://www.fslli.org/programs/goldberg_Family_Recovery_Cent
ers.php
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LCSW,
CASAC, CASAC-T
*Family Service League, Inc.
(Outpatient Treatment)
1444 Fifth Avenue
Bayshore, NY 11706
http://www.fslli.org/programs/goldberg_Family_Recovery_Cent
ers.php
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Ms. Joseph Gelber
(631) 647-3100
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Groups
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Eastern Suffolk
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Family Service League
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Carol Magee
(631) 324-3344
(Outpatient Services)
66 Newton Lane
East Hampton, NY 11937
http://www.fslli.org/programs/goldberg_Family_Recovery
_Centers.php
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
*Family Service League
(Outpatient Services)
1490 William Floyd Parkway
East Yaphank, NY 11967
http://www.fslli.org/programs/goldberg_Family_Recovery
_Centers.php
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Ms. Iris Cohen
(631) 924-3741
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Hispanic Counseling Center
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Gladys Serrano
(631) 666-1615
(Outpatient Treatment)
1322 Fifth Avenue
Bayshore, NY 11706
www.hispaniccounseling.org/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Hope For Youth, Inc.
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Psychiatric Evaluations
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Ms. Sherry Mederos
(631) 842-7900 X6523
(Outpatient Adolescent/Family
Treatment)
201 Dixon Avenue
Amityville, NY 11701
http://www.hfyny.org/
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Suboxone Treatment
Adolescent Treatment
Multi-Dimensional Family
Therapy (includes intensive
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Health First Insurance
Private Insurance
Kym Laube
(631) 288-9505
Treatment Services
None
(Prevention)
110 Mill Road, Suite #3
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
clinical & case management
services)
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC,L MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Human Understanding & Growth
Seminars, Inc. (HUGS)
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Nassau County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
Parent Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Staff/Volunteer Credentials: LMSW,
Payment Method
LCSW, CPP
Free
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
CONTACT
INFORMATION
SERVICES
http://town.huntington.ny.us/department_d
etails.cfm?ID=18
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Stress management group
Bilingual Services
Staff Credentials: MD, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC, CPP
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
*Huntington Youth Bureau
Mr. John Catapano
(631) 351-3591
Huntington Drug & Alcohol
Counseling & Prevention Services
(Outpatient Treatment)
Ms. Diane Paynter
(631) 351-3061
423 Park Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
IMPACT Counseling Services
(Outpatient Treatment)
Ms. Susan Soviero
Ms. Margaret Martinez
(631) 467-3182
2760 Middle Country Road
Lake Grove, NY 11755
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, NPN,
LCSW, CASAC, CASAC-T
John T Mather Memorial Hospital
(Outpatient Treatment)
208 Route 112
Port Jefferson, NY 11776
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LCSW,
CASAC, CASAC-T
Jim Horan
(631) 331-8200
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community Ed
Catchment Area
Town of Huntington
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Parenting Group
Anger Management
DWI Groups
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Women’s Groups
Dual Diagnosis Services
DWI Groups
Relapse Prevention Group
Adolescent Groups
Prevention Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Medicare
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
None
None
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
The Kenneth Peters Center for
Recovery
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Claudia Peters
Ragni
(Outpatient Treatment)
300 Motor Parkway, Suite 110
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Ms. Kristen Fischetti
(631) 273-2221
http://www.kenpeterscenter.com/
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
DWI Groups
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Private Insurance
Self Pay
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Psychiatric Evaluations
DWI Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Placements
DWI Evaluations
Relapse Prevention Group
Anger Management
Case Management
Planned Family
Interventions
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community Ed.
HIV/AIDS Risk
Reduction
Professional
Training
Treatment Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Prevention Payment
Method
Donations Requested
Staff Credentials: MD, NP, LMSW,
CASAC, CPP
Long Island Center for Recovery,
Inc.
Ms. Karen Moloney
(631) 728-3100
(Detox, Inpatient Rehabilitation &
Outpatient Services)
320 West Montauk Hwy.
Hampton Bays, NY 11946
http://www.longislandcenterforrecovery.co
m/home/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
Long Island Council on Alcoholism
& Drug Dependence
(SBIRT, Prevention & Advocacy)
877 East Main Street
Suite 107
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://www.licadd.org/
Staff Credentials: PH.D., LMSW,
LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC, SAP
Mr. Gerald Roucoulet
(631) 369-4090
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Long Island Council on Alcoholism
& Drug Dependence
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Gerald Roucoulet
(631) 979-1700
(Prevention, Networking & Advocacy)
SERVICES
Treatment Services
None
2865 Veteran’s Memorial Highway
Suite 26
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
http://www.licadd.org/
Staff Credentials: PH.D., LMSW,
LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC, SAP
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
HIV/AIDS Risk
Reduction
Professional
Training
Assessment
Treatment
Placements
DWI Evaluations
Relapse
Prevention Group
Anger
Management
Case Management
Planned Family
Interventions
Prevention Payment
Method
Donations Requested
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
*Maryhaven Center of Hope, Inc.
(Day Treatment)
240 West Main Street,
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://maryhaven.chsli.org/services/det
ail/SR_Adult_Day_Program.html
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC,
CPP
Ms. Maureen Porter
(631) 727-0710 X220
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Town of Brookhaven
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Outreach Development
Corporation
(Outpatient Adult Treatment)
(Outpatient Adolescent Treatment)
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Karen O’Brien
Ms. Mary Brite
(631) 286-0700
11 Farber Drive,
Bellport, NY 11713
http://www.opiny.org/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
*Outreach Development
Corporation
Ms. Lesley Puryear
Boeke
(631) 231-3232
(Inpatient Rehabilitation, Outpatient
Rehabilitation)
400 Crooked Hill Road,
Brentwood, NY11717
(Outpatient Adolescent)
400 Crooked Hill Road,
Brentwood, NY11717
http://www.opiny.org/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Ms. Karen O’Brien
Ms. Mary Brite
(631) 951-2613
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Women’s Group
Domestic Violence Group
Adolescent Treatment
Suboxone Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk & Nassau
Counties
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*The Pederson-Krag Center, Inc.
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Mary Silberstein
(631) 920-8037
(Prevention & Outpatient Treatment
Services for Chemical Dependency
& Problem Gambling)
Ms. Patricia Hartley
(631) 920-8042
55 Horizon Drive
Huntington, New York 11743
Ms. Jean Basile
(631) 920-8002
www.pederson-krag.org
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC,
CASAC, CASAC(g), CHES
*The Pederson-Krag Center, Inc.
For a CD intake
appointment call
Admissions:
(631) 920-8324
For a Problem
Gambling intake
appointment call
GamPro:
(631) 920-8053
Ms. Mary Silberstein
(631) 920-8037
(Outpatient Treatment Services)
11 Route 111
Smithtown, NY 11787
www.pederson-krag.org
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
Ms. Patricia Hartley
(631) 920-8042
Ms. Krista Whitman
(631) 920-8300
For an intake
appointment call
Admissions:
(631) 920-8324
For a Gambling intake
appointment call
GamPro:
(631) 920-8053
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Screenings
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Suboxone Treatment
Co-Occurring Disorders
Treatment
Women’s Intensive
Services
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention
Switching Addictions
Problem Gambling
Program
Individual & Group
Counseling
Case Management
Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid/Medicare
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Screenings
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Suboxone Treatment
Co-Occurring Disorder
Treatment
Gambling Treatment
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention
Individual & Group
Counseling
Psychoeducation
Case Management
services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Gambling
Prevention
CD Prevention
Education
CD Community
Outreach and
Education
Gambling
Community
Outreach &
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
None
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid/Medicare
Private Insurance
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*The Pederson-Krag Center, Inc.
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Mary Silberstein
(631) 920-8037
(Outpatient Treatment Services)
234 Long Island Avenue
Wyandanch, NY 11799
www.pederson-krag.org
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN, PH.D.,
LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
*Phoenix Houses of L.I., Inc
(Outpatient)
998 Crooked Hill Road, West
Brentwood, NY 11717
http://www.phoenixhouse.org/location
s/new-york/drug-help-new-york/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Ms. Patricia Hartley
(631) 920-8042
Mr. Tom Simpson
(631) 920-8250
For an intake
appointment call
Admissions:
(631) 920-8324
Ms. Jeanette Jones
(631) 306-5778
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Screenings
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Co-Occurring Disorder
Treatment
Suboxone Treatment
Criminal Justice Program
Women’s Intensive Services
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention
Individual & Group
Counseling
Psychoeducation
Case Management
services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid/Medicare
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk& Nassau
Counties
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
CONTACT
INFORMATION
*Phoenix Houses of L.I. , Inc
Ms. Elizabeth White
(631) 329-0373 X5926
(Outpatient)
283 Springs Fireplace Road
East Hampton, NY 11937
http://www.phoenixhouse.org/locations
/new-york/drug-help-new-york/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Phoenix Houses of L.I. , Inc
Mr. Michael Gerard
(631) 537-2891 X5601
(Residential)
95 Industrial Road
Wainscott , NY 11975
http://www.phoenixhouse.org/locat
ons/new-york/drug-help-new-york/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH,D, LMSW, LCSW-R, MHC, ATR,
CASAC, CASAC-T
Ms. Kim Terrero
(631) 537-2891 X5602
Admissions
(631) 306-5711
(631) 306-5714
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Adolescent Treatment
Group Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Evidence Based
Treatment Groups
Experiential Treatment
Formats
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services
Onsite Education
Recreational Services
Art Therapy
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services
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AGENCY
* Prevention Resource Center
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Pamela Mizzi
(631) 608-5014
(Prevention Information &
Resources, community networking)
SERVICES
Treatment Services
None
400 Sunrise Highway
Amityville 11701
http://www.liprc.org/site/Home.aspx
Staff Credentials: MSW, LMHC,
CASAC
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Community
Mobilization
Technical
Assistance
Workshops,
Trainings and
Presentations
Payment Method
Free
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
*Retired Senior Volunteer Program
Suffolk
Ms. Pegi Orsino
(631) 979-9490
Treatment Services
None
(Prevention)
811 West Jericho Turnpike
Suite # 103 W
Smithtown 11787
http://www.rsvpsuffolk.org/Programs%
20&%20Services.htm
Prevention Service
Substance Abuse
related
presentations to
adults 55+
Opportunities for
seniors to mentor
at risk children in
after school
programs
Provision of
education and
mentoring to Intergenerationally
at-risk children.
Payment Method
Free
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services
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AGENCY
*Riverhead Community Awareness
Program, Inc (CAP)
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Felicia Scocozza
(631) 727-3722
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Prevention Services
None
School Based
Prevention
Counseling
Crisis Intervention
Prevention
Education
Peer Leadership
Referral
(Prevention)
542 E Main Street, Suite 3
Riverhead, NY 11901
www.RiverheadCAP.org
Community Based
Prevention
Education
Community
Education
Parenting
Education
Volunteer Training
Resource Library
Staff Credentials: LMSW, LCSW
Payment Method
Free to residents,
schools & community
groups in Riverhead
Central School
District
Catchment Area
Riverhead Central
School District
St. Charles Hospital
(Inpatient Rehabilitation)
200 Belle Terre Road-5th Floor
Port Jefferson, NY 11777
http://stcharles.org/services-chemical.html
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC,
CASAC, CASAC-G, NCAC II, SAP,
ACSW
Claire Olsen
(631) 474-6233
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Mgmt. Services
Vocational Services (by
referral)
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Sanctuary East, LTD
(Outpatient Treatment)
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Geraldine
Gallagher
(631) 224-7700
2 William Avenue
E. Islip, NY 11730
http://www.sanctuaryeast.org/default.html
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, MFT, CASAC,
CPP
Seafield Services, Inc.
(Intensive Outpatient treatment)
37 John Street
Amityville, NY 11701
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, NPP,
FNP, DNP, LMSW, LCSW, CASAC,
CASAC-T
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Smoke Cessation Services
Bilingual Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Ms. Diane Henry
(631) 424-2900
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Groups
Women’s Groups
Dual Focused Groups
Domestic Violence Groups
Anger Management Group
Adolescent Treatment
Parenting Group
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Management
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Family Bridge
Group
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Nassau County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Seafield Services, Inc.
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Gladys Knowles
(631) 451-6007
(Outpatient treatment)
3251 Route 112
Building 9 suite 2
Medford, NY 11763
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC
Seafield Center
Mr. Mark Epley
(631) 288-1122
(Inpatient Rehabilitation treatment,
Suboxone Treatment)
7 Seafield Lane
Westhampton Beach, NY 11977
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Seafield Services, Inc.
Ms. Lisa Hulahan-Aiello
(631) 363-2001
(Intensive Outpatient Treatment)
450 Waverly Avenue • Bldg. 3
Patchogue, NY 11772
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Management
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Women’s Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Codependency Group
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services
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AGENCY
Seafield Services, Inc.
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Lynn Doris
(631) 369-7800
(Intensive Outpatient Treatment)
212 West Main Street
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, NPP,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT,
MFT, CASAC, CASAC-T
Seafield Services, Inc
(Outpatient Treatment)
Yaphank Ave.
Yaphank, NY 11980
http://www.seafieldcenter.com/Seafield
/index.cfm
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
(631) 369-7800
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Women’s Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Anger Management Group
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Groups
Domestic Violence Groups
Women’s Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Management
Services
Vocational Services
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*South Oaks Hospital
CONTACT
INFORMATION
(631) 608-5028
(Inpatient Rehabilitation,
Partial Hospitalization &
Outpatient treatment programs)
400 Sunrise Highway
Amityville, NY 11701
http://www.south-oaks.org/chemical.php
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CASAC-G, CPP
*SCO Family of Services
Madonna Heights-Morning Star I & II
Ms. Marsha Lucas
(631) 643-0849
(Inpatient Rehabilitation)
151 Burrs Lane,
Dix Hills, NY 11746
http://www.sco.org/membergroups/madonna-heights/
(Prevention)
900 Wheeler Road, Suite 260
Hauppauge NY 11788
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Group
Domestic Violence Group
Gambling Treatment
Women’s Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Women’s Groups
Parenting Group
Vocational Services
Recreation Therapy
Prevention Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC
Suffolk Coalition to Prevent Alcohol
and Drug Dependencies, Inc.
SERVICES
Ms. Arlene Clinton
(631) 366-1717
Educational Services
Trainings for CASAC
educational credits
Community coalition
building
None
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Payment Method
Fees
http://www.preventionli.org/staff.html
Staff Credentials: LMSW, CASAC,
CPP
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Suffolk Co. Dept of Health
Services
CONTACT
INFORMATION
SERVICES
Prevention Services
Monthly TV
Program
“Something of
Substance”
Prevention
Planning and
Coordination
Professional
Education and
Training
School-based
prevention services,
programs & training
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Education for
special populations
Environmental
Strategies
Lending Library and
Information
Services
Mr. Marc Myers
(631) 853-8550
(Prevention)
725 Veterans Memorial Hwy.
Hauppauge, NY 11760
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departmen
ts/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Staff Credentials: LMSW, CASAC,
CPP
Payment Method
Free
*Suffolk Co. Dept of Health
Services
(Methadone Maintenance)
Hauppauge, NY 11760
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departmen
ts/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
Ms. Denise Messier
(631) 853-6410
Medication Assisted
Therapy Services
Medication hours
6 a.m-10:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Suffolk Co. Dept of Health
Services
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Dan Bruno
(631) 853-7373
(Methadone Maintenance)
Hauppauge, NY 11788
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departmen
ts/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Suffolk Co. Dept of Health
Services
Mr. John Malone
(631) 854-4400
(Methadone Maintenance)
Huntington, NY 11743
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departmen
ts/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
*Suffolk Co. Dept of Health
Services
(Methadone Maintenance)
300 Center Drive
Riverhead, NY 11901
http://www.co.suffolk.ny.us/departmen
ts/healthservices/mentalhygiene.aspx
Mr. Kevin Leonard
(631) 852-2680
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Suboxone Induction for
Young Adults
Gambling Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Case Management
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication
Management
Relapse Prevention
Case Management
Vocational
Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
Case Management
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Prevention Services
None
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
None
Catchment Area
Prevention Services
None
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, RPA
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
Sunshine Prevention Center
Youth & Family Services
(Prevention Information &
Resources, community networking)
468 Boyle Road,
Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
http://www.sunshinepreventionctr.org/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LPN,
PH.D., LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, MFT,
CASAC, CPP
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Dr. Carol Carter
(631) 476-3099
SERVICES
Treatment Services
None
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Prevention
Counseling
Support Groups
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Summer
Prevention
Program
Anger
Management
Violence
Prevention
Teen Support
Prevention
Curricula &
Materials for
Educators
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Payment plans
Sponsorship for
families in need
Social Service
eligibility for some
programs
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
The Guidance Center
(Prevention, Networking &
Advocacy)
3485 Main Bayview Rd.
Southold, NY 11971
Staff Credentials: LCSW,MSW
CASAC, SAP, ADS, RN, BA,
LEISURE COUNSELOR
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Susan TamborelloToman
(631) 664-9886
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Substance Abuse
Professional
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Prevention Services
Lead Agency for
Southold Town
Communities That
Care
Prevention
Education
Support Groups
Community
Education
Summer Prevention
Program
Assistance w/
School
Suspension
HIV/AIDS Risk
Reduction
Education
Life Coaching
Couple Counseling
Relapse Prevention
Anger Management
Violence
Prevention
Teen Support and
Prevention
Planned Family
Intervention
Gambling
Assessment
Adolescent
Substance Abuse
Assessment
Codependency
Group
Family Support
Groups
12 Step Consulting
Curricula &
Materials for
Educators
Bilingual Services
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Town/Babylon Division of
Drug/Alcohol Services
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Ed Olsen
(631) 422-7676
(Outpatient Treatment)
281 Phelps Lane
North Babylon, NY 11703
http://www.townofbabylon.com/departments/det
ails.cfm?did=10
Staff Credentials: MD, MSW,
LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
*Town/Babylon Division of
Drug/Alcohol Services
Mr. Ed Olsen
(631) 789-3700
(Outpatient Treatment)
400 Broadway,
Amityville, NY 11707
http://www.townofbabylon.com/departments/det
ails.cfm?did=10
Staff Credentials: MD, MSW,
LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
*Town of Islip-ACCESS/ACCESO
(Outpatient Treatment)
452 Suffolk Avenue
Brentwood, NY 11717
http://www.townofislip-ny.gov/departments/humanservices-administration/drug-and-alcohol-counseling
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, LMHC, CASAC
Mr. Joseph Martino
(631) 436-6065
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Group
Criminal Justice Group
Codependency Group
Women’s Group
Relapse Prevention Group
Vocational Services
Prevention Services
None
Payment Method
Catchment Area
Sliding Scale
Suffolk County
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Prevention Services
None
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Group
Criminal Justice Group
Codependency Group
Women’s Group
Relapse Prevention Group
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Medication Management
Women’s Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Bilingual Services
Case Management
Services
Vocational Services
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*Town of Islip-ACCESS/ACCESO
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Delores Bocklet
(631) 224-5330
(Outpatient Treatment)
401 Main Street
Islip, NY 11751
http://www.townofislip-ny.gov/departments/humanservices-administration/drug-and-alcohol-counseling
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LMSW,
LCSW, LMHC, MFT, CASAC
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Psychiatric Evaluations
Medication Management
DWI Groups
Criminal Justice Groups
Domestic Violence Group
Women’s Group
Adolescent Group
Codependency Group
Family Therapy
Relapse Prevention Group
Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
*Town of Smithtown – Horizons
Counseling & Education Center
(Outpatient Treatment)
124 West Main Street,
Smithtown, NY 11787
http://www.smithtowninfo.com/HorizonsCounsel
ing/
Staff Credentials: MD, RN, LCSW,
LMHC, MFT, CASAC, CPP
Ms. Elaine
Economopoulos
(631) 360-7578
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Crisis Intervention
Adult Male & Female
Treatment Groups
Young Adult Male &
Female Groups
Adolescent Treatment
Significant Other Group
Parother Group
Family Therapy
Vocational Services
Treatment Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Prevention Services
Prevention
Education
Parenting
Education
Community
Education
Catchment Area
Suffolk County
Prevention Services
Parenting
Education
Community Ed
Community
Coalitions
Prevention Payment
Method
Free
Catchment Area
Smithtown Township
Suffolk County
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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AGENCY
*YMCA of Long Island Inc,
Family Service Program
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Maryanne Siemer
Ms. Stacey Spata
(631) 580-7777
(Outpatient Treatment)
2545 Middle Country Road
Centereach 11720
http://ymcali.org/main_famserv_centereac
h.html
Staff Credentials: MD, PA, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC, CASAC - T, CPP
**YMCA of Long Island Inc,
Family Service Program
(Outpatient Treatment)
324 Main Street
Northport, NY 11768
http://ymcali.org/main_famserv_centereac
h.html
Staff Credentials: MD, PA, LMSW,
LCSW, CASAC, CASAC-T, CPP
Ms. Stacey Spata
(631) 261-2670
SERVICES
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
DWI Groups
Adult Treatment Group
Women’s Group
Relapse Prevention Group
Stress Management Group
Anger Management
Rebound Group
Codependent’s Group
Family Therapy
Prevention Services
Parenting
Education
Community Ed
Community
Coalitions
Treatment Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Treatment Services
Assessment
Treatment Planning
DWI Groups
Adult Treatment Group
Women’s Group
Relapse Prevention Group
Stress Management Group
Anger Management
Family Therapy
Catchment Area
Brookhaven
Township
Treatment Payment Method
Sliding Scale
Medicaid
Private Insurance
Catchment Area
Northport and
East Northport
Prevention Payment
Method
Free
Prevention Services
Parenting
Education
Community Ed
Community
Coalitions
Prevention Payment
Method
Free
* Asterisk indicates that the agency receives funding from Suffolk County and/or the New York State Office of
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services.
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Alternatives Counseling Center
Brentwood School District
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital
Catholic Charities
Center for Addiction Recovery
Empowerment
Center for Prevention & Outreach
Charles K. Post Addiction Treatment
Daytop Village, Inc.
Eastern Long Island Hospital
Eastern Suffolk BOCESStudent Assistance Program
Family Counseling Services
Family Recovery Services
Family Service League
From the Ashes Inc./ the Kenneth
Peters Center
Hispanic Counseling Center
Hope for Youth, Inc.
X
X
Human Growth & Understanding
Seminars
X
HUNTINGTON YOUTH BUREAU
X
Long Island Center For Recovery
X
X
X
X
X
PROFESSIONAL
PREVENTION
EDUCATION &
TRAINING
COMMUNITY
MOBILIATION
X
X
X
X
X
COMMUNITY
EDUCATION
PARENTING
EDUCTAION
REFERRAL
INFORMATION
PREVENTION
COUNSELING
PREVENTION
EDUCTAION
AVAILABLE
NAME OF AGENCY
SCHOOL BASED
PREVENTION
EDUCTAION
AVAILABLE
QUICK GUIDE OF PREVENTION SERVICES AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE
AVAILABLE IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
X
X
X
X
X
Stonybrook
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
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LI Council on Alcoholism & Drug
Dependence
Mary Haven Center of Hope, Inc
Outreach Development
Corporation
Phoenix House
Prevention Resource Center
Retired Senior Volunteer Program
Suffolk
Riverhead Community Awareness
Program
St. Charles Hospital
Sanctuary East
Seafield Services
South Oaks Hospital
SCO Family Services-Madonna
Heights
Suffolk Coalition to Prevent Alcohol &
Drug Dependence
Suffolk County Department of Health
Services
Sunshine Prevention Center
The Pederson Krag Center
The Guidance Center
Town of Islip-ACCESS/ACCESO
Town of Smithtown-Horizons
Counseling Center
YMCA of Long Island
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
COMMUNITY
MOBILIATION
COMMUNITY
EDUCATION
PARENTING
EDUCTAION
REFERRAL
INFORMATION
PREVENTION
COUNSELING
PREVENTION
EDUCTAION
AVAILABLE
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
PROFESSIONAL
PREVENTION
EDUCATION &
TRAINING
NAME OF AGENCY
SCHOOL BASED
PREVENTION
EDUCTAION
AVAILABLE
QUICK GUIDE OF PREVENTION SERVICES AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE
AVAILABLE IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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WOMEN’S GROUP
ADOLESCENT
TREATMENT
RELAPSE
PREVENTION
GROUP
DOMESSTIC
VIOLENCE/ ANGER
MANAGEMENT
CODEPENDENT’S/
PAROTHER GROUP
FAMILY THERAPY
BILINGUAL
SERVICES
VOCATIONAL
SERVICES
CASE
MANAGEMENT
SERVICES
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CO
AM CO
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
CO
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CO
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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X
X
X
X
X
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X
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X
X
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X
X
X
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TREATMENT
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
GROUP
CO
X
METHADONE
MAINTENANCE
X
SUBOXONE
TREATMENT
X
MEDICATIONS
MANAGEMENT
X
PSYCHIATRIC
EVALUATIONS
X
CRISIS
INTERVENTION
X
TREATMENT
PLANNING
Alternatives Counseling
Center
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital
Catholic Charities
Center for Addiction Recovery
Empowerment
Charles K. Post Addiction
Treatment
Community Counseling
Services
Counseling/Mediation/Forensic
Services
Daytop Village, Inc.
Eastern Long Island Hospital
Employee Assistance
Resource Services
Family Counseling Services
Family Recovery Services
Family Service League
Hispanic Counseling Center
Hope for Youth, Inc.
Huntington Youth Bureau
Huntington
IMPACT Counseling Center
John T Mather Memorial
Hospital
The Kenneth Peters Center for
Recovery
ASSESSMENT
NAME OF AGENCY
DWI GROUP
QUICK GUIDE TO NYS OASAS LICENSED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES
AVAILABLE IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
X
X
X
DV
DV
DV
X
X
X
X
AM
X
X
DV
X
X
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DV
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
CASE
MANAGEMENT
SERVICES
X
DV
VOCATIONAL
SERVICES
X
X
BILINGUAL
SERVICES
X
X
FAMILY THERAPY
X
X
RELAPSE
PREVENTION
GROUP
DOMESSTIC
VIOLENCE/ ANGER
MANAGEMENT
CODEPENDENT’S/
PAROTHER GROUP
X
X
DWI GROUP
X
SUBOXONE
TREATMENT
X
GAMBLING
TREATMENT
ADOLESCENT
TREATMENT
WOMEN’S GROUP
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
GROUP
METHADONE
MAINTENANCE
MEDICATIONS
MANAGEMENT
TREATMENT
PLANNING
PSYCHIATRIC
EVALUATIONS
ASSESSMENT
NAME OF AGENCY
Long Island Center For
Recovery
Mary Haven Center of Hope,
Inc.
Outreach Development
Corporation
The Pederson Krag Center
Phoenix House
St. Charles Hospital
Sanctuary East
Seafield Center
Seafield Services
South Oaks Hospital
SCO Family Services-Madonna
Heights
Suffolk County Department of
Health Services
Town/Babylon Division of
Drug/Alcohol Services
Town of IslipACCESS/ACCESO
Town of SmithtownHorizons Counseling Center
YMCA of Long Island
CRISIS
INTERVENTION
QUICK GUIDE TO NYS OASAS LICENSED SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES
AVAILABLE IN SUFFOLK COUNTY
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
DV
X
PAR
X
X
AM
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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COMMUNITY COALITIONS AGAINST SUBSTANCE ABUSE
COALITION
Amityville COMPASS
Coalition/STOP ACT Coalition
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Ray Velez
(631) 225-4615
Amityville Union Free School District
450 Countyline Road
Amityville, NY 11701
The Babylon Community Coalition
Felice Niland
(631) 321-4699
86 Peninsula Blvd
Babylon NY 11702
Commack Coalition for Caring
Ms. Debbie Virga
(631) 912-2000 X3623
Commack Union Free School District
480 Clay Pitts Road
East Northport, NY 11731-3828
Communities Mobilizing For
Change on Alcohol Shoreham/Wading River
Communities (CMCA)
Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Student Assistance Service
Mr. John Kelly
(631) 921-2122
Ms. Lucille Buergers
(631) 289-0078
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITES
Mission: Development of a community coalition to
prevent drug & alcohol problems in the Amityville
Community.
Services/Activities:
After school program for high school students
which provides prevention activities, recreational
program, Life skills curriculum and community
speakers
Community coalition meetings with a focus on
community enhancement and prevention.
Provision of prevention education at Community
Forums.
Mission: To provide an opportunity for parents, youth,
community, organizations, businesses and schools to
join together to provide the knowledge, awareness
and skills to prevent underage drinking and substance
abuse. The coalition wants to foster a community
culture of cohesiveness and responsibility for the well
being of our community at large.
Services/Activities:
Parent Workshops
Community Events
Prevention Environmental Strategies
Mission: To assist students and families with
educational programs and speakers to facilitate their
understanding about the effects of drugs and alcohol.
Our goal is to have all of our students continue to
make safe and healthy choices.
Services/Activities: The coalition’s goal is to work
with religious organizations, law enforcement, local
businesses and parenting groups as a team to battle
the problems of alcohol and substance abuse.
Through this teamwork, the coalition hopes to
eradicate these problems in our schools and
communities.
Mission: Reduction of Underage drinking in the
Rocky
Point
and
Shoreham/Wading
River
communities.
Services/Activities: Development of a community
coalition to raise awareness, change norms, and
implement strategies to reduce the incidents of
underage drinking.
1741D No. Ocean Ave.
Medford, NY 11763
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COALITION
Comsewogue
Coalition for a Safe Community
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Dr. Joe Rella
(631) 474-8116
290 Norwood Ave.,
Port Jefferson Station, NY. 11776
Easthampton
Communities that Care
128 Springs Fireplace Rd,
Easthampton, NY 11937
Kings Park In the kNOw
Ms. Audrey Gaines
(631) 329-6939
Ms. Edna Steck
(631) 329-6939
Ms. Maureen Rossi
(631) 269-0800
Kings Park, NY, 11754
http://www.kpintheknow.org/
Long Island-CAN
60 Oliver Avenue
Valley Stream, NY 11580-1655
http://www.li-can.org/index.html
Ms. Jeannie Appleman
(516) 285-5810
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITIES
Mission: To raise the consciousness of students,
parents, school personnel, and the community
with the goal of reducing and ultimately
preventing the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco,
and other substances.
Services/Activities: Encourage broad
representation and participation in the task force.
Identify and measure the issues and patterns
of behavior leading to substance use/abuse
(Bach Harrison survey).
Provide support for problem areas identified.
Identify and evaluate resources and assets
(asset profile).
Provide Prevention Education
Mission: To create and sustain a community that
will unlock the healthy potential of our youth
Services/Activities
Evidenced based community coalition
practices
Community Forums
Mission: To reach youth and educate parents
and ultimately to end the influence of illegal drugs
and substance abuse.
Services/Activities
Community coalition practices
Community Forums
Anonymous Tip Line: (631) 273-1353
Mission: Long Island CAN (LI-CAN) is a multifaith, multi-racial, non-partisan citizens’ power
organization made up of dues-paying religious
and non-religious institutions throughout Nassau
and Suffolk Counties.
Services/Activities: The goal of LI-CAN’s
Better Sober Housing Campaign is to make Long
Island (Nassau and Suffolk County) the home of
the highest quality sober housing in the nation.
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COALITION
Long Island Recovery Association
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mr. Richard Buckman
(631) 766-5664
PO Box 262
Franklin Square, N.Y. 11010-0262
http://www.lira-nys.org/
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITIES
Mission: To bring together recovering addicts
and alcoholics, along with their families, friends,
and allies, to advocate for the rights and needs
of those affected by alcoholism and drug
dependence.
To partner with other advocacy groups and
professional organizations to educate as many
people as possible and effect positive change.
We wish to utilize various forms of media as a
key tool in this process. Broad-based education
is key to changing societal attitudes, and
strategic alliances are crucial to achieve our
goals.
Services/Activities
Recovery
Community
Organizing
Advocacy
Community education
Social events.
Speaking engagements
Recovery Consultation/Coaching
&
Referrals to:
Support Groups, treatment, housing, clothing,
legal assistance, medical needs, family issues,
food, financial advice, employment assistance,
housing.
Middle Country Drug Coalition
Centereach High School
14 43rd Street
Centereach, NY 11720
Mr. Tom Bell
(631) 285-8105
Mr. Ted Fulton
(631) 285-8305
Newfield High School
145 Marshall Drive
Selden, NY 11784
Northport East Northport
Community Drug & Alcohol Task
Force
Northport-East Northport School District
P. O Box 210
Northport, NY 11768
Mr. John Lynch
(631) 262-6616
Ms. Mary Silberstein
(631) 920-8002
Catchment Area
Suffolk & Nassau Counties
Mission: To reduce substance abuse among
youth in the Middle Country School District
Services/Activities: Rise above the influence,
workshops, task force on drugs, coalition
building.
Mission: A community committed to education
and to protect our children from drug and
alcohol abuse.
Services/Activities:
Monthly
meetings
attended by various community members
http://www.nendrugalcoholtaskforce.com/
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COALITION
People United to Stop Heroin on
Long Island (PUSH-LI)
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Dr. Jeffrey Reynolds
(631) 979-1400
C/O LICADD
2805 Veterans Memorial Highway
Suite 26
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
The Quality Consortium
of Suffolk County
Mr. David Cohen
(631) 369-8966
2545 Middle Country Road
Centereach, NY 11720
Ms. Felicia Scocozza
(631) 727-3722
Riverhead Community Awareness
Program, Inc.(CAP)
542 E. Main Street, Suite 3
Riverhead, NY 11901
www.RiverheadCAP.org
Communities That Care
of Shelter Island
Ms. Marilynn Pysher
(631) 749-4096
PO Box 219
Shelter Island Heights, NY 11965
Southampton COMPASS Coalition
Southampton Union Free School
District
70 Leland Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
Mission: People United to Stop Heroin on
Long Island (PUSH-LI) is a bi-county group of
concerned parents, young people and
community advocates who in the midst of an
unprecedented teen heroin crisis, are
advocating for a comprehensive continuum of
substance abuse prevention, harm reduction
services (including overdose and disease
prevention), addiction treatment services and
recovery support for Long Island’s young
people
Mission: to provide comprehensive, affordable
and accessible addiction treatment and
prevention services throughout Suffolk County.
Activities: Monthly committee meetings to
explore and address various barriers to
treatment, prevention & recovery services.
www.qualityconsortium.org
Riverhead Prevention Coalition
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITIES
Ms. Tase McCulley
(631) 258-6955
Mission: To provide a healthy, diverse
community which offers positive educational,
economic and recreational opportunities in a
culturally rich environment.
Services/Activities
Volunteer training program
Peer Leadership Program
School and Community forums
Community and Parent Education
Mission: Shelter Island will be a community that
maximizes its resources to bring out the best in
our youth and ultimately all our citizens.
Services/Activities
Monthly Community Board Meetings
Provision of a parent training program
Peer and adult/youth mentoring programs
Hosts community forums
Mission: COMPASS strives to inspire the
Southampton community to mobilize, unify and
coordinate its resources to ensure the health
and well being of all residents
Services/Activities
Provision of an underage drinking prevention
program.
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COALITION
Southold Town Communities That
Care
The North Fork Alliance
P. O Box 2859
Huntington Station, NY 11746
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Mrs. Susan Toman
Ms. Karen Ross
(631) 385-2451
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITIES
Mission:
An Integrated Approach to build a
coalition To Promote the Positive Development
of children and youth to prevent problem
behaviors including underage drinking
substance abuse, delinquency, teen
promiscuity, school drop outs and violence.
Services/Activities
Community And Professional Prevention
Education
Community Mobilization
Prevention Counseling
Speakers
School Based Prevention Education
Youth Prevention Dances
Summer Prevention Program
Monthly Meetings
Mission:
Utilizing a field based mobile
outreach model, professionally trained staff are
committed to providing a continuum of quality
client services, responsible public policy,
aggressive
advocacy
and
effective
testing/prevention education.
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COALITION
West Islip COMPASS Coalition
CONTACT
INFORMATION
Ms. Patricia Reimer
(631) 504-5626
West Islip School District
100 Sherman Avenue
West Islip, NY 11795
The Greater Westhampton Beach
Coalition
Ms. Kym Laube
(631) 288-9505
Mission: COMPASS strives to inspire the West
Islip community to mobilize, unify and coordinate
its resources to ensure the health and well being
of all residents.
COMPASS of West Islip unites to:
Reduce substance abuse among youth
Create a strong collaboration within the
community
Cultivate healthy attitudes and behaviors
Services/Activities
Monthly COMPASS Coalition Meetings
Speaker Forums
Health and Wellness Weekends
Mission: Community Mobilization
Services/Activities
Monthly Community Meetings
Provision of educational Programs.
110 Mill Road Suite 3
Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
Wyandanch COMPASS Coalition
MISSION/ SERVICES/ACTIVITIES
Ms. Mary Jones
(631) 643-1972
Wyandanch Union Free School
District
1445 Straight Path
Wyandanch, NY 11798
Youth and Community
Alliance of Hauppauge
Ms. Claire Hochheiser
(631) 761-8343
Services/Activities:
Monthly Community
Alliance Meetings at the Hauppauge Schools
Administration Building.
P.O. Box 6006
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Youth and Community
Alliance of Smithtown
Horizons Counseling & Education
Center /Smithtown Youth Bureau
99 West Main Street
Smithtown, New York 11787
Mission: To reduce substance abuse among
youth in the Hauppauge School District
Ms.Elaine
Economopoulos
(631) 360-7578
Ms. Patsy Hirschhorn
(631) 360-7595
Mission: To reduce substance abuse among
youth and over time among adults
Services/Activities:
Monthly
Community
Alliance Meetings within the Township of
Smithtown to raise awareness, change norms,
and implement strategies to reduce the incidents
of underage drinking.
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SUBSTANCE ABUSE RECOVERY RESOURCES
Hotlines/Help Lines Substance Abuse
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
http://www.suffolkny-aa.org/
(631) 669-1124
Al-Anon/Alateen (Family Members of Alcoholics)
http://www.al-anon-suffolk-ny.org/
(631) 669-2827
Cocaine Anonymous
http://www.canewyork.org/meetings.html
(800) 347-8998
Co-Dependents Anonymous
http://www.codependents.org/ajax_control.php?action=load_translation&language=1
(631) 549-1234
Debtors Anonymous
http://debtorsanonymous.org/admin/index.php/find/city?city=&state=NY&submit=Go
(212) 969-8111
Families Anonymous
http://www.familiesanonymous.org/
(516) 221-3030
Gamblers Anonymous
http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/mtgdirNY.html#NYli
(631) 665-6660
Gamblers Anonymous (GAM-ANON)
http://www.gam-anon.org/meeting.asp
(631) 586-7171
Narcotics Anonymous
http://sasna.org/?page_id=4
(631) 689-6262
Nar-Anon (Family Members of Substance Abusers)
http://nar-anon.org/Nar-Anon/New_York.html
(631) 582-6465
Nicotine Anonymous
https://www.nicotine-anonymous.org/standard_search_result.php?p_state=NY
(631) 665-0527
Overeaters Anonymous
http://www.suffolkoa.org/locations.html
(631) 475-5965
Secular Organizations for Sobriety / "Save OurSelves"
http://sos-nys.org/
(716) 418-6868
Smart Recovery
http://www.smartrecovery.org/meetings_db/view/showalpha_state.php?search=N
(631) 242-2494 (SMART#)
Women for Sobriety
http://www.womenforsobriety.org/
(215) 536-8026
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Quick Guide of Additional Community Resources
Other Hotlines / Help Lines
Adult Protective Services
(631) 853-2236
Birthright of Nassau/Suffolk Hotline
(800) 550-4900
Brookhaven Sanctuary
(631) 451-8011
CDC National Aids Hotline
(800) 342-2437
Child Find of America
(800) 426-5678
Child Protective Services
(800) 342-3720
Fathers Rights Association
(631)-783-1636
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Hotline
(888) 843-4564
Girls and Boys Town National Hotline
(800) 448-3000
Huntington Sanctuary Program
(631) 271-2183
Huntington Hotline
(631) 549-8700
Islip Town Runaway Program
(631) 665-1173
Mental Health Emergency Hotline
(631) 952-3333
Nassau-Suffolk Emergency Psychiatric Hotline
(631) 952-3333
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
(800) 843-5678
NYS OASAS Helpline
(877) 8-HOPENY
Parental Stress Helpline
(800) 367-2543
Runaway Hotline
(800) 621-4000
Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center Mobile Crisis Team
(631) 673-7001
Stony Brook Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP)
(631) 444-6050
Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
(631) 666-8833
Suffolk County Women’s Services
(631) 853-8222
Tough Love
(800) 333-1069
Victims Information Bureau (VIBS)
(631) 360-3606
Youth Talkline
(800) 246-7743
Crisis Hotlines
Islip Hotline
(631) 277-4700
Response Hotline
(631) 751-7500
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Adolescent Treatment The Agency provides specialized services for adolescents.
The process of gathering a client’s personal and family history and any other data
Assessmentnecessary for determining client’s treatment needs.
Bilingual Services
Treatments services offered in dual language other than English.
CASAC
The Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor Credentials are issued
by The New York State Office of Alcohol & Substance Abuse Services and are intended for
individuals who provide alcoholism and substance abuse COUNSELING services
Case management is the coordination of community services for mental health patients by
allocating a professional to be responsible for the assessment of need and implementation
of care plans. It is usually most appropriate for people who, as a result of a serious mental
illness, have ongoing support needs in areas such as housing, employment, social
relationships, and community participation. In particular, service users with a major
psychotic disorder are most often suited to receiving services within this model.
Case Management
Codependent
CPP/CPS
Criminal Justice
Group
Crisis Intervention
Day Treatment
Detoxification
Domestic Violence
Codependent is a common condition in people raised in dysfunctional families, and in the
partners and children of alcoholics and addicts. It is characterized by living through or for
another, attempts to control others, blaming others, a sense of victimization, attempts to
"fix" others, and intense anxiety around intimacy.
The Credentialed Prevention Professional and Credentialed Prevention Specialists
Credentials issued by The New York State Office of Alcohol & Substance Abuse Services
which are intended for individuals who provide alcohol and substance abuse PREVENTION
services in approved work and community settings.
Specialized group treatment for those involved in the criminal justice system
Chemical dependence crisis services manage the treatment of alcohol and/or substance
withdrawal, as well as acute disorders associated with alcohol and/or substance use,
resulting in a referral to continued care. These services are often provided early in a
person’s course of recovery and are relatively short in duration, typically in the three to five
day range, though outpatient medically supervised withdrawal from opiates using
methadone may be up to 30 days. Crisis services include: medically managed
detoxification; medically supervised withdrawal in either an impatient/residential or
outpatient setting; and medically monitored withdrawal.
Day Treatment a level of care that provides a community based, coordinated set of
individualized treatment services to individuals with psychiatric disorders who are not able
to function full-time in a normal school, work, and/or home environment and need the
additional structured activities of this level of care. While less intensive than hospital based
day treatment, this service includes diagnostic, medical, psychiatric, psychosocial, and
adjunctive treatment modalities in a structured setting.
This service addresses the needs of patients who are acutely ill from alcohol-related and/or
substance-related addictions or dependence, including the need for medical management
of persons with severe withdrawal or risk of severe withdrawal symptoms, and may include
individuals with or at risk of an acute physical or psychiatric co-morbid condition. This level
of crisis service is the only one capable of accommodating individuals who are
incapacitated and require an involuntary, emergency admission
Specialized group treatment for victims of domestic violence
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
DWI
Family therapy
Gambling treatment
Inpatient
Rehabilitation
Intensive Outpatient
Services
Methadone Services
LCSW
LMHC
LMSW
MD
Medication
Management
In every state, it is a crime for a driver to operate a vehicle while impaired by the effects of
alcohol or drugs. The specific offense may be called driving under the influence (DUI),
driving while intoxicated (DWI), operating under the influence (OUI), and even operating a
motor vehicle intoxicated (OMVI).
Substance abuse treatment that involves all members of the nuclear or extended family.
These services assist individuals who are affected by problem and pathological gambling,
including family members and/or significant others. These services may be provided in
free-standing settings or may be co-located in chemical dependency outpatient clinics or
other mental health settings.
Chemical dependence inpatient rehabilitation services provide intensive management of
chemical dependence symptoms and medical management/monitoring of physical or
mental complications from chemical dependence to clients who cannot be effectively
served as outpatients and who are not in need of medical detoxification or acute care.
These services can be provided in a hospital or free-standing facility, and sponsorship may
be voluntary not-for-profit, proprietary or State operated. Lengths of stay are primarily in
the 20-40 day range.
Intensive Outpatient Services are an intermediate level of care for mental health and/or
substance abuse care. Individuals are seen as a group 2 to 5 times a week (depending on
the structure of the program) for 2 to 3 hours at a time. The clinical work is primarily done in
a group setting, with individual sessions scheduled periodically generally outside group
hours.
METHADONE TREATMENT is a medical service designed to manage heroin addiction.
Methadone treatment programs (MTPs) administer methadone by prescription, in
conjunction with a variety of other rehabilitative assistance, to control the physical problems
associated with heroin dependence and to provide the opportunity for patients to make
major life-style changes over time. Methadone treatment is delivered primarily on an
ambulatory basis, with most programs located in either a community or hospital setting.
Some specialized programs deliver services in a residential setting, while a few programs
deliver services in a prison setting.
Licensed Clinical Social worker: has a graduate academic degree, has had supervised
clinical work experience, and has passed a national- or state-certified licensing exam. This
advanced professional can receive health-care Private Insurance reimbursements.
The Licensed Mental Health Counselor has advanced training, a graduate academic
degree, clinical work experience, and has completed a state-certified licensing examination.
Counselors often treat people dealing with problems such as alcoholism, addiction, or
eating disorders. Some specialize in marriage, family, or child counseling.
Licensed Master Social Worker: A non-clinical social work license, but is permitted to
engage in private/independent practice. LMSW-CC is permitted to perform clinical social
work but only under the direct consultation of a LCSW/CSW-IP. Also, a LMSW-CC cannot
engage in private/independent practice.
The Doctor of Medicine is the most common degree held by physicians and surgeons.
Most MDs who work in mental health are psychiatrists. After completing medical school,
they receive an additional four years of clinical training in mental health specialties.
Psychiatrists treat emotional and mental disorders and are licensed to prescribe
medication. These professionals may treat psychiatric disorders with therapy in conjunction
with psychotropic medications.
Medication Management is a level of outpatient services where the sole service provided
by the qualified physician is the evaluation of the client’s need for psychotropic medications,
provision of prescription, and ongoing medical monitoring of those medications.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
LMFT
Outpatient Services
Parother Group
Prevention
Counseling
Prevention Education
Prevention Services
Psychiatric Evaluation
Relapse Prevention
groupResidential Services
RN
Sliding Scale
The Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist has a graduate academic degree, clinical
work experience, and has passed state-certified licensing exams. Along with a two- to
three-year master's programs with a practicum and internship, LMFTs are required to
complete clinical training in individual or family therapy. Some states require completion of
3000 hours of service.
Chemical dependence outpatient services assist individuals who suffer from chemical
abuse or dependence and their family members and/or significant others. Outpatient
services may be delivered at different levels of intensity responsive to the severity of the
problems presented by the client. These services may be provided in a free-standing
setting, or may be co-located in a variety of other health and human service settings.
Sponsorship may be voluntary, proprietary or county operated. There are three chemical
dependence outpatient service categories: medically supervised outpatient services,
outpatient rehabilitation services; and non-medically supervised outpatient services. The
length of stay and the intensity of services as measured by frequency and duration of visits
vary from one category of outpatient services to another and intensity will vary during the
course of treatment within a specific category. In general, persons are engaged in
outpatient treatment up to a year and visits are more frequent earlier in the treatment
process becoming less frequent as treatment progresses.
A special treatment group for parents who are experiencing the negative effects of living
with an adolescent, young adult or adult child, who is using substances.
Prevention counseling is a short term, problem resolution focused service that
concentrates on resolving identified problems and/or assessing and improving the level of
youth and family risk and protective factors that are predictive of substance abuse and/or
problem gambling. It includes screening and referral for individuals who are abusing
substances or may be developing gambling problems and require referral to appropriate
treatment services. It does not include treatment for mental illnesses or addictions.
Prevention Education uses activities and educational presentations to: teach family and
youth the consequences of substance use; improve attitudes regarding drug abuse and
other problem behavior, and teach drug refusal and other social skills.
The NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services defines prevention as a proactive, evidenced-based process utilizing effective programs and strategies to prevent or
reduce substance use and problem gambling in individuals, families, and communities.
The assessment of a person's mental, social, psychological functionality.
A specialized group focused on teaching a set of skills designed to reduce the likelihood
that symptoms will worsen or that a person will return to an unhealthy behavior, such as
substance use. Skills include, for example, identifying early warning signs that symptoms
may be worsening, or recognizing high risk situations for relapse.
Chemical dependence residential services assist individuals who suffer from chemical
dependence, who are unable to maintain abstinence or participate in treatment without the
structure of a 24-hour/day, 7 day/week residential setting and who are not in need of acute
hospital or psychiatric care or chemical dependence inpatient services. There are three
levels of intensity of procedures offered by this service: intensive residential treatment and
rehabilitation, community residential services, and supportive living services. Length of stay
ranges from an average of four months in a community residential service to up to two
years in the other residential service categories.
Many Registered Nurses are eligible to be licensed as therapists. They provide a range of
primary mental health care services to individuals, families, and groups.
Sliding scale fees are variable costs for services based on one's ability to pay. Such fees
are thereby reduced for those who have lower incomes or less money to spare after their
personal expenses, regardless of income.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Suboxone®
Treatment
Treatment Planning
Vocational Services
Women’s group
Suboxone® is a drug primarily used to treat addiction to opiates such as morphine, heroin
and codeine. It is administered as tablets that are dissolved under the tongue.
Treatment planning refers to the development of a written document that outlines the
progression of treatment. The client should always be involved in developing the treatment
plan, although this is generally accomplished through informal discussion of the situation.
Many therapists present a written copy of the treatment plan to the client.
Vocational services are a set of services offered to individuals with mental or physical
disabilities. These services are designed to enable participants to attain skills, resources,
attitudes, and expectations needed to compete in the interview process, get a job, and keep
a job. Services offered may also help an individual retrain for employment after an injury or
mental disorder has disrupted previous employment.
Specialized group treatment for women with substance abuse concerns.
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ACKNOWLEGEMENTS
A special thank you to the hard work and dedication of
The Suffolk County Division of Community Mental Hygiene Drug & Alcohol
Prevention Task Group.
This committee consisted of the following members:
Linda E. Huber
Horizons Counseling & Education Center
Anna Efstratiou
Town of Islip, ACCESS/ACCESO
Gail Feldman
S.C. Division of Community Mental Hygiene
Andrea Kaiser
YMCA of Long Island
Kym Laube
Human Understanding and Growth Seminars, Inc.
Marc Myers
S.C. Division of Community Mental Hygiene
Pamela Mizzi
Prevention Resource Center
Michelle Schindler
YMCA of Long Island
Felicia Scocozza
Riverhead CAP
Aiyana Smith-Williams
Alternatives Counseling Center
Caroline Sullivan
Daytop
Deborah Young
Eastern Suffolk BOCES
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