Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Recovery Resources in New York, NY

There are many alcohol and drug rehab and recovery resources available to people in New York, New York. But there are many people who never get help for their addictions because they do not know where to turn. We want to help with that.

12-Step meetings and treatment programs are readily available to help people in recovery in New York. Our facility is not affiliated with any of these organizations.

Free Rehab Resources in New York

12-Step meetings offer free recovery support to people who struggle with substance abuse problems. They are available for addicts, alcoholics and their families. These programs provide way for people to remain in contact with a sober community after finishing rehab.

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a support group for people in recovery from alcoholism. They offer weekly meetings and there is no charge to attend. There are many AA meetings taking place in New York each week.

Monday Thursday Friday
You Get What You Need
8:30 am
Bedford Park Congregational Church
3008 Bainbridge Ave.
New York, NY
Upper West Side
Keep it Fresh
7:30 pm
St. Phillip’s Episcopal Church
1072 80th St.
New York, NY
Dyker Heights
Footprints
8:00 pm
St. Barnabas Considine Parish Center
409 E. 241st St.
New York, NY
Woodlawn
Narcotics Anonymous is an organization that offers support to people who are addicted to drugs. Many who attend are also addicted to alcohol. They have weekly meetings all over New York.

Sunday Tuesday Friday
Housing Works
4:30 pm
734 E. 9th St.
Manhattan, NY
Ground Floor
Robert Wagner Middle School
6:30 pm
220 E. 76th St.
Manhattan, NY
Teacher’s Lounge
LESC House
7:00 pm
630 E. 6th St.
Manhattan, NY
Between Avenues B & C
Al-Anon is an organization that offers support to the families of addicts and alcoholics. Alateen offers separate meetings for young people. There are many meetings taking place in New York each week.

Al-Anon Meetings in New York
Monday Wednesday Friday
The Village AFG
5:30 pm
Westbeth Community Center
55 Bethume St.
New York, NY
Greenpoint Gratitude AFG
6:15 pm
Maha Rose Healing Center
97 Green St.
Brooklyn, NY
Start Your Weekend Right AFG
6:00 pm
St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
619 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY
New York Alateen Meetings
Monday Tuesday
Hope in the Slope Alateen
7:00 pm
St. John and St. Matthew Church
283 Prospect Ave.
Brooklyn, NY
Age range 12-18
Hope for Today Alateen
6:30 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church
164 W. 100th St.
New York, NY
Age range 10-18Teaneck Tuesday Night Alateen
7:30 pm
St. Mark’s Church
118 Chadwick Rd.
Teaneck, NJ
Age range 8-18
SMART Recovery meetings are not 12-Step based, but they offer more of a scientific perspective toward addiction recovery. This organization also has meetings in New York every week.

Wednesday Thursday Saturday
CFC Matawan
7:00 pm
109 Freneau Ave.
Matawan, NJ
Rutgers University Busch Campus
6:00 pm
152 Frelinghuysen Rd.
Piscataway, NJ
Community Health Action of Staten Island
2:00 pm
56 Bay St. (1st floor)
Staten Island, NY

Going to Drug and Alcohol Rehab in New York

Most people find that they need professional help in order to recover from an addiction to drugs or alcohol; at least in the beginning. New York has always been known as one of the greatest cities in the world, and it is filled with opportunities for rehab.

People in New York have the following addiction treatment options:

  • Inpatient programs
  • Outpatient programs
  • Intensive outpatient treatment
  • Sober living homes
  • Long-term rehab
  • Partial hospitalization programs
  • Drug and alcohol detox

People should always talk with a professional who can help them determine the level of care that will work for them.

How Many Addiction Treatment Facilities are There in New York?

The SAMHSA treatment locator tool indicates that there are close to 700 different options available for drug and alcohol treatment in New York City. These include:

  • 124 inpatient facilities
  • 548 outpatient programs
  • 675 intensive outpatient treatment programs
  • 38 sober living homes
  • 95 long-term rehab centers
  • 154 programs that offer drug and alcohol detox

New Yorkers Often Travel to Peace Valley Recovery for Treatment – We are Here to Help

At Peace Valley Recovery, we want people to know that we understand the struggles they face during recovery. It can be hard, but it is possible with the right support.

We offer both intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization services at our facility in Pennsylvania. Would you like to learn more about the addiction recovery resources in New York? Please contact us.

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