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Odyssey House of New York
Address:219 East 121st St. New York NY 10035
World Wide Web: http://www.odysseyhouseinc.org/index.php?page=progrs_adult
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
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, Substance Abuse Counseling, Vocational Education,
Target Groups(By Need):Alcohol Abusers, Drug Abusers,