Drug Use Disorder Support Groups

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    Taxonomy Code: PN-8100.0500-180

    Mutual support groups whose members are individuals who have a disorder involving the use of drugs including prescription drugs and over-the-counter medication. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; provide emotional support, information and resources to help participants overcome their disorder; and may include faith-based and secular 12-step groups as well as non-12 step groups, and groups for anesthetists, pharmacists, psychologists, physicians or other health care professionals who are recovering from a drug use disorder.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    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
    CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROGRAMOffers medically supervised hospital stay during which drug/alcohol dependent patients return to a drug-free state. Provides medical, nutritional, educational and support services. Requires patients to participate in daily self-help meetings, group and individual counseling sessions. Works closely with families, employers, referral agencies to meed patient needs. Develops discharge plan and makes after-care arrangements. Maintains strictest privacy/confidentiality standards.SuffolkCHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROGRAMSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY TREATMENT CENTEROffers an outpatient program for alcohol and substance abusing individuals. Providing medical, clinical and psychiatric care, vocational and substance abuse education, on site Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Group and counseling for family/significant others of abusers. Services also available at Hicksville (516-935-6858).Licensed by The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS).NassauCHEMICAL DEPENDENCY TREATMENT CENTERFAMILY AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION
    NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSA twelve-step program for drug abusers offered at various locations throughout Nassau County. Call for times and locations.NassauNARCOTICS ANONYMOUSNARCOTICS ANONYMOUS-SUFFOLK AREA SERVICE
    NARCOTICS ANONYMOUSA twelve step program for drug abusers offered at various locations throughout Suffolk County. Call for times and locations.SuffolkNARCOTICS ANONYMOUSNARCOTICS ANONYMOUS-SUFFOLK AREA SERVICE
    OUTREACH PROGRAMProvides a support group for individuals seeking out-student care. Home curriculum concerning life-controlling problems is available. During Outreach, group meetings, interviews, evaluations, counsel, and prayer take place. Meetings held at Freedom Chapel, 641 Broadway (Route 110), Amityville, New York.SuffolkOUTREACH PROGRAMLONG ISLAND TEEN CHALLENGE
    PSYCHO EDUCATIONOffers support for Nassau and Suffolk County individuals who have been involved with drugs or alcohol, awaiting admittance to a treatment program or those not yet ready to seek treatment or live substance free. Assists participants in exploring attitudes and experiences with substance abuse as well as the subsequent emotional and physical consequences.NassauPSYCHO EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE, INC./NASSAU
    RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMThis 14-16 month program is made up of three phases. During the Crisis Phase, which lasts 6-8 weeks, individuals live in home-like atmospheres, sharing work assignments and are introduced to curriculum, Bible Studies, and Christian lifestyles. In the Induction Phase, which runs 4-5 months, students complete the 14 Group Studies for New Christians' and Character Quality classes. During this phase discipline and order are taught through the development and application of Christian Principles. Upon completion of the Induction Phase, male students complete the program at either the Long Island Center or the Training Center in Rehrersburg, Pennsylvania where they continue Bible Studies, attend workshops, and are provided vocational training opportunities. Female students continue the program at the main site Ladies Residence.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL PROGRAMLONG ISLAND TEEN CHALLENGE
    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.
    START 2 STOP PSYCHO EDUCATIONOffers a weekly support group for Nassau and Suffolk County youth ages 16-24 who have been involved with drugs or alcohol, awaiting admittance to a treatment program or those not yet ready to seek treatment or live substance free. Assists participants in exploring attitudes and experiences with substance abuse as well as the subsequent emotional and physical consequences.SuffolkSTART 2 STOP PSYCHO EDUCATIONLONG ISLAND COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE, INC./SUFFOLK
    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 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
    WOMEN FOR SOBRIETYProvides women alcoholics as well as drug abusers with mutual support, self-help groups, information and referral, crisis intervention, and hotline services. Call for meeting information on Long Island.SuffolkWOMEN FOR SOBRIETYWOMEN FOR SOBRIETY

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