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Odyssey House of New York
Adult Residential Treatment Programs-Housing
Address:219 East 121st St. New York 10035
World Wide Web: http://www.odysseyhouseinc.org/index.php?page=progrs_housing
Offers a continuum of care that assists people in recovery as they transition back into the community. Ongoing supportive services, such as housing, employment and legal assistance, begin before a resident leaves residential treatment and are continued in outpatient services.
Will help find permanent, independent housing for formerly homeless men and women with mental and physical disabilities; supervised housing for families re-entering society; and housing assistance for formerly homeless persons enrolled in our programs.
Chemically dependent adults with motivation to change are eligible.
Social security card, birth certificate.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Sliding-scale fees. Medicare assignment, Medicare co-pay, Medicaid, private insurance, all government programs, private pay.
Access for People with Disabilities:Fully accessible.
Services Offered:Case / Care Management, Drug Abuse Counseling, Independent Living Skills Instruction, Inpatient Drug Abuse Treatment, Job Search / Placement, Recreational Activities, Substance Abuse Counseling, Vocational Education,
Target Groups(By Need):Drug Abusers, Substance Abusers,