Samaritan Village
Intensive Residential Treatment Program

Sponsor/Parent Agency:Affiliated with HELP/Project Samaritan, Inc. - a residential facility for people with full-blown AID
Address:88-83 Van Wyck Expressway Jamaica NY 11435
Telephone(s):(718) 657-6195 1-800-532-HELP (4357).
World Wide Web: http://samaritanvillage.org/people-we-serve/individuals-with-addiction-problems/intensive-residential-treatment


Samaritan Village has specifically designed residential treatment services to meet the needs of adults with chronic substance abuse histories. Our residential treatment programs provide intensive, highly structured treatment environments using the therapeutic community model as their foundation. Program participants are immersed in community and family-systems oriented settings. Through the combination of peer pressure, self and mutual help, and support, program participants have daily opportunities to develop new, prosocial attitudes and behaviors. Samaritan offers an expansive array of treatment services, including group and individual addiction-focused counseling, mental health services, employment skills training and basic education. Our motivational counseling approach instills a value for personal excellence through abstinence, thus promoting relapse prevention. Samaritan's residential treatment programs have a proven record of successful outcomes with a planned treatment duration between 12-18 months. In all cases, however, length of stay is ultimately determined by individual attainment of distinct treatment goals.

Location information:

E train to Jamaica/Van Wyck station or the Q54 or Q56 bus.


Main facility: Mon - Fri, 7:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Jamaica facility: 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Admissions Sat and Sun from 10-6pm

Eligibility Requirements:

Age 21 and over residing in New York State.

Fees/Methods of Payment:Medicaid.
Access for People with Disabilities:Wheelchair access at some locations; please call.

Services Offered:Alcoholism CounselingDrug Abuse CounselingMental Health Care and CounselingSubstance Abuse Counseling
Target Groups(By Need):Alcohol AbusersDrug AbusersSubstance Abusers