Addictions/Substance Use Disorder Support Groups

Taxonomy Code: PN-8100.0500

Mutual support groups whose members are individuals who have a substance use disorder or any of a number of behavioral addictions which are akin to substance-related disorders in clinical expression, brain origin, comorbidity, physiology and treatment. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; provide emotional support, information and resources to help those who participate modify their behavior; and may include faith-based and secular 12-step groups as well as non-12 step groups.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
ADDICTION DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT (ADAM)Provides support for families of those struggling with addiction through individual work with addicts and alcoholics and support groups for families who have lost children to overdoses.SuffolkADDICTION DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT (ADAM)FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
ADULT REHABILITATION CENTERResidential rehabilitation program for men who are homeless and/or coping with drug and alcohol addictions. With housing for 100 men, the program provides individual and group therapy Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) groups work therapy and religious services. Program is supported through the collection of used furniture and clothing sold through Salvation Army Thrift Shops, located throughout Long Island. Call or visit website for locations and times.NassauADULT REHABILITATION CENTERTHE SALVATION ARMY GREATER NEW YORK DIVISION
ALATEEN GROUPProvides self help group for children who are relatives/friends of alcoholics. Call or connect to web site for meeting time and locations.SuffolkALATEEN GROUPAL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS/SUFFOLK
ALM RECOVERYProvides all-inclusive 12-step program to overcome alcohol/substance abuse, codependency, overeating, and other problems and maladaptive behaviors. Assists individuals in achieving personal and spiritual growth. Serves teens and adults in Brookhaven, Islip, Smithtown.SuffolkALM RECOVERYABUNDANT LIFE CHURCH OF GOD
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCHProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Please use the back parking lot. Enter the church through the church office entrance.SuffolkCHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCHFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESOffers community education and support groups including programs for mental health and substance abuse , smoking withdrawal , bereavement, and several groups for those living with cancer. Also provides health education speakers for numerous senior centers, schools, and community organizations.NassauCOMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICESMERCY MEDICAL CENTER
COMMUNITY INITIATIVESThe Celebrate Recovery program offers support for those struggling with addictions of various kinds. Spiritual assistance and direction for those dealing with controlling addictions offered, as well.SuffolkCOMMUNITY INITIATIVESLIGHTHOUSE MISSION INC.
EMOTIONS ANONYMOUS-HICKSVILLEOffers a self-help group based on the Twelve Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous for people with emotional problems such as negative thinking, anxieties, phobias, depression, fear, etc. Must have the desire to become well emotionally. International Services EA - P. O. Box 4245, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104 (651)647-9712.Meets on Thursday 8pm-10pm in the Convent basement.NassauEMOTIONS ANONYMOUSEMOTIONS ANONYMOUS INTERNATIONAL
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUPSelf-help groups serving families, relatives and friends of gamblers. Call or visit website for meeting times and locations.NassauGAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUPGAMBLERS ANONYMOUS-LONG ISLAND INTERGROUP
JOHN L. NORRIS ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERProvides residential alcohol/drug abuse treatment program to hearing impaired or deaf adults. Offers individual and group counseling which includes relapse prevention, assertiveness, grief, and vocational counseling. Also offers educational lectures, films, group discussions, Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings, Concerned Others Program and Narcotics Anonymous Meetings.JOHN L. NORRIS ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERNEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF ALCOHOLISM AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
KENNETH PETERS CENTER FOR RECOVERYProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Use the rear entrance by Cool Fish Restaurant.NassauKENNETH PETERS CENTER FOR RECOVERYFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
MELVILLE MONDAY STEPProvides a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. Program includes Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition principles and Twelve Promises practices. Open meetings. Call for schedule and time.SuffolkMELVILLE MONDAY STEPCO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS
NASSAU INTERGROUP OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSProvides general information about Alcoholic Anonymous meetings in local area. Offers occasional transportation for clients in distress.NassauNASSAU INTERGROUP OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSNASSAU INTERGROUP OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCHProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Meetings are located in the Church Building in the Chapel (straight back on left). Use the South Parking Lot and South Entrance for easiest access.SuffolkNEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCHFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
NEW YORK METROPOLITAN AREA INTERGROUPProvides a meeting location and a mutual support environment for men and women helping each other to stop smoking and live nicotine-free lives. Each meeting location provides a 12 step style of commitment based on the philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous. Meeting locations may be in Suffolk, Nassau, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan on specific days and at varied times. There are currently no meetings in Staten Island and the Bronx. Agency brochure and educational materials are produced. Call or visit website for updated locations and times. When calling infoline, leave message and volunteer will respond to the call.NEW YORK METROPOLITAN AREA INTERGROUPNICOTINE ANONYMOUS
OUR LADY OF MERCYProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Meetings are held in the Convent Basement (entrance is in the rear).NassauOUR LADY OF MERCYFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
ROOSEVELT/FREEPORT COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERSupport services for basic needs and advocacy to low income residents. Operates food pantry that is open on the third Wednesday of each month 10am-2pm. Offers afterschool program for children 6 to 13 years of age. Open to Roosevelt/Freeport School District residents. We offer free Martial Arts Program for 6 year olds and older for those who qualify, a Summer Youth Program, and Youth Council Program. Houses a Youth Empowerment Career Training Initiative for ages 14-21 (YECTI).NassauROOSEVELT/FREEPORT COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTERECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
SAINT ROSE OF LIMA CHURCHProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Meetings are held in the Father Gram Center.NassauSAINT ROSE OF LIMA CHURCHFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
SOUTH OAKS HOSPITAL, NORTHWELL HEALTH CHAPELProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Use Northwell#3/South Oaks Entrance sign. Take an immediate left, then a right into the parking lot for CHAPEL/AUDITORIUM. Enter through the glass doors.SuffolkSOUTH OAKS HOSPITAL, NORTHWELL HEALTH CHAPELFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/MASTICProvides religious services, religious activities, community services, and provides meeting space for community organizations, such as, Boy Scouts, and Alcoholics Anonymous. Call for further information.SuffolkST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/MASTICST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/MASTIC
ST. ANNE'S CHURCHProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. From the end of the school year until Labor Day, the meeting moves to the music room.NassauST. ANNE'S CHURCHFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH/BROOKHAVENProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also provides various cultural and educational programs. Call for additional information.SuffolkST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH/BROOKHAVENST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH/BROOKHAVEN
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH-HAMPTON BAYSProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also offers various cultural and educational programs. Call for additional information.SuffolkST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH-HAMPTON BAYSST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH-HAMPTON BAYS
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/GLEN COVEProvides spiritual guidance, religious services and support for their congregation. Also offers various cultural and educational programs. Call for additional information.NassauST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/GLEN COVEST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH/GLEN COVE
ST. RAYMOND'S SCHOOLProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Meetings are held in the school cafeteria.NassauST. RAYMOND'S SCHOOLFAMILIES ANONYMOUS
ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCHOffers religious services, Sunday School, religious activities, youth programs, music programs, Bible Study, nursery, after-school teenage program. Space is provided for meetings of various groups. Call for further information.NassauST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCHST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT CLINICOffers non intensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment including: group and individual treatment, psychiatric evaluation, medication management and medication assisted therapy.Licensed by The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS).NassauSUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT CLINICNEW HORIZON COUNSELING CENTER (NHCC)
SUPPORT GROUPSOffers a variety of support groups for children and adults. Call for current schedule of groups. Groups include Women's Recovery, Self-Esteem, Life Changes, Sobriety, Adolescent, Kids, Couples, Anger Management Skills, Parenting Skills, Relapse Prevention, Chemical Dependency, Co-Dependency.NassauSUPPORT GROUPSCOPAY, INC.
SUPPORT GROUPSProvides an extensive variety of health-related programs and services, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Breast Cancer Support Group, Look Good...Feel Better Program, and Tinnitus Support Group. Call for further details, including a complete list of groups, and meeting time and dates.NassauSUPPORT GROUPSLONG ISLAND JEWISH VALLEY STREAM
SUPPORT GROUPSProvides an extensive variety of health related support groups, including Alcoholics Anonymous, Bereavement Group, Breast Cancer Support Program, Narcotics Anonymous, etc.SuffolkSUPPORT GROUPSSTONY BROOK EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
SUPPORT GROUPS-SUBSTANCE ABUSEOffers the following support groups: Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) (516)292-3040, DAEHRS (Drug Abuse Evaluation Health Services) (718/516)470-8950 Senior Alcoholics Anonymous (516)742-4015 Spanish Speaking Alcoholics Anonymous (516)742-4015.NassauSUPPORT GROUPS-SUBSTANCE ABUSELONG ISLAND JEWISH MEDICAL CENTER
THRIVE RECOVERY CENTER (SOUTH OAKS HOSPITAL, NORTHWELL HEALTH CHAPELProvides a support group for parents, relatives and friends dealing with problems relating to substance abuse and behavioral problems of a loved one. Meeting are held in Suite 102 in the Conference Room (2nd door on the left).SuffolkTHRIVE RECOVERY CENTER (SOUTH OAKS HOSPITAL, NORTHWELL HEALTH CHAPELFAMILIES ANONYMOUS

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