Odyssey House of New York
Adult Programs

Address:219 East 121st St. New York NY 10035
Telephone(s):(212) 987-5100


Odyssey House provides a wide range of treatment and case management services to a chemically dependent adult population providing a therapeutic, highly structured, residential facility to assist clients in developing skills necessary to achieve the goal of acquiring independent or supervised living and re-enter the community. The intended impact of this program is to alleviate the physical, psychological and socioeconomic deficiencies suffered by the residents as a result of the individual's inability to re-enter the community successfully due to his/her chemical dependency.

Men and women in recovery form a highly structured, peer-driven community to help individuals with substance use disorders re-establish the emotional strength and acquire the skills to lead drug-free lives.

Community living includes medical services, cultural and recreational activities, educational and vocational guidance, housing assistance, day care, and other programs to support the well-being of thousands of clients.

What they offer:
•Flexible, enhanced treatment with individualized lengths of stay
•Focus on group treatment with community responsibility and accountability
•On-site licensed primary medical and dental clinics, HIV testing and counseling
•Discharge planning, including: peer support network; group, family, and individual therapy; community residence and independent housing placements
•Vocational assessment, training and job placement
•Adult Basic Education and GED prep classes


24 hours

Eligibility Requirements:

Chemically dependent adults with motivation to change are eligible.

Admission Requirements/Documents:

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 ManagementDrug Abuse CounselingIndependent Living Skills InstructionInpatient Drug Abuse TreatmentJob Search / PlacementSubstance Abuse CounselingVocational Education
Target Groups(By Need):Alcohol AbusersDrug Abusers