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Odyssey House of New York
Address:219 East 121st St. New York NY 10035
Telephone(s):(212) 987-5100 (212) 987-5120
World Wide Web: http://www.odysseyhouseinc.org/programs/family.html
Description:The Family Center's goal is to break the vicious generational cycle of substance abuse and prevent today's abused children from growing into tomorrow's addicted and abusive parents. The Family Center is a drug-free residential treatment program. Services include clinical services, day care services, Head Start services, infant stimulation, parenting skills training, parenting support groups, assessment and developmental progress of each child, referrals for parent and/or child, parent advocacy on legal and social issues, and on-site medical services and referrals.
Hours:Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Eligibility Requirements:Chemically dependent pregnant women and parents over 23 years of age seeking treatment with their young children (0-5 years) are eligible.
Admission Requirements/Documents:Social security card, birth certificate, immunization records for children.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Sliding-scale fees. Medicare assignment, Medicare co-pay, Medicaid, private insurance, all government programs, private pay.
Services Offered:AIDS / HIV Clinics, Day Care, Drug Abuse Counseling, Family Counseling Agencies, Health Care, Health Care Referrals, Health Education, Mutual Support Groups, Parent Counseling, Parenting Skills Classes, Substance Abuse Counseling, Vocational Assessment, Vocational Education,
Target Groups(By Need):Drug Abusers, Parents, Substance Abusers, Women,