Substance Use Disorders

Helping Adults Struggling with Substance Use Disorders

Services for adults living with substance use disorders include helping clients find a meaningful, appropriate social role in the community – as a responsible tenant, employee or neighbor - and ensures clients are compliant with their medical and other therapeutic regimens.

Crossroads, in Westchester County, is a 17-bed residential treatment program for men in early recovery from chemical addiction. Clients reside here for six to nine months, with the goal of leaving and remaining clean and sober. Clients are referred from inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, long-term chemical dependence treatment, outpatient treatment clinics, and criminal justice agencies.  After graduation, alumni often return to Crossroads as volunteers, to support and encourage the residents currently here. For information, call (914) 636-8689. 

The Brandon Men's Program, a Manhattan-based, residential program assists men in recovery from drug and alcohol, with the goal of helping them return to an independent life, sober and drug-free. The program accommodates nine men who required to participate in an in-house vocational program. 
For information, call (212) 496-6901.