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Alcohol, Drug, and Other Rehab Centers in New York, New York


The 21 Best Rehabs in New York, NY

Odyssey House

120 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005

Odyssey House offers a range of holistic treatment plans that can be customized to meet the individual needs of addicts. It provides residential and outpatient treatment programs that address the physical, spiritual, psychiatric, and social issues faced by the patient. Odyssey House has a Family Center of Excellence that caters to mothers with children under the age of five and pregnant women. The center allows children to live in the same room as their mother while the mom is undergoing treatment for addiction. Daycare and preschool programs are provided on-site. The offered programs are housed in separate facilities around the city, and each one caters to a particular age group.

What patients are saying:

According to one five-star review by an alumnus of the program, “Odyssey house helped me get my life back, they helped to get my children back home. I built my foundation here and they prepared me to reenter life again. I’ll be forever grateful to the staff and would recommend it to anybody who’s reached their bottom … Recovery lives here …”


  • 3.92 stars
  • 29 reviews

Unitas St. Mark’s Place Institute for Health

57 Saint Marks Place
New York, NY 10003

Unitas St. Mark’s Place offers a medically supervised outpatient treatment program for individuals addicted to alcohol and drugs. The treatment sessions are held in a beautiful historic building, and the interior is decorated in soothing colors. Programs are customized to the exact needs of each addict, and treatment may include therapy sessions, life education, psycho-education, and medical prescriptions for Vivitrol and Suboxone. Additionally, the center helps those affected by schizophrenia and bipolar disorders.

What patients are saying:

One five-star reviewer of Unitas talks about the wonderful and caring staff, saying, “I love this place. The people are very friendly and helpful. I highly recommend anyone with mental illness or substance abuse disorder to attend this clinic. This place has done a lot for me.” Another reviewer says, “They are wonderful. They truly care!!!”


  • 3.15 stars
  • 22 reviews

Mount Sinai Beth Israel

281 First Avenue
New York, NY 10003

Mount Sinai Beth Israel is a teaching hospital located in the heart of New York City. The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient programs to aid clients and their families along the road to recovery from addiction. Inpatient programs start with a comprehensive assessment by physicians, substance abuse counselors, and psychologists. An individual treatment plan is then created to support the addict as a person. The facility offers a safe place for addicts to go through withdrawal, and medical assistance is provided, if required, to help the patient deal with the worst symptoms. The next step involves around-the-clock care and support as the client learns to live without drugs or alcohol. Family support is an essential part of this program.

What patients are saying:

One family member praised the wonderful staff at the hospital, saying, “Absolutely phenomenal staff and doctors. Took excellent care of my husband. Thank you.” Another noted, “Very polite people they take care of you and they will treat you as a human being should be”


  • 3.63 stars
  • 446 reviews

Argus Community Striver House

202-203 Edgecombe Avenue
New York, NY 10456

Striver House offers an intensive residential treatment program for men over the age of 18 who are dealing with chronic substance abuse issues. The facility works with addicts who are unable to refrain from drug use without 24/7 managed care. An integrated team of counselors, nurses, and licensed social workers create a personalized care plan for each addict that includes medical assistance, support groups, education, and individual therapy sessions. The facility works to alleviate homelessness and drug use in addicts and discharge drug-free, productive members of society.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews are available at this time


  • None available

Emma L. Bowen Community Service Center

1727 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10031

The Bowen Community Service Center offers telehealth services, outpatient treatment, and a residential halfway house to assist addicts on the path to recovery. The telehealth system is always available to help clients when they need to talk to someone. The outpatient services provide a holistic approach to recovery and include medical assistance, individual therapy, group sessions, and family counseling. Staff at the facility assists addicts with vocational training, finding a job, nutritional guidance, and finding housing. The Able Halfway House is a 20-bed residence that helps recovering addicts integrate back into society.

What patients are saying:

One alumni of the program gave the facility five stars and said, “They have helped me a lot and I’ve come a long way since being with them.”


  • 2.56 stars
  • 21 reviews

Care Counseling Center

214-216 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026

The Care Counseling Center offers multiday intensive outpatient programs and daily outpatient programs to assist addicts and their families with the recovery process. The intensive program focuses on helping addicts to meet the day-to-day challenges of remaining sober. Evening programs are available for those who need to work or have children to look after. The daily support treatment program includes therapy sessions, peer support groups, a 12-step program, and individual therapy, as needed. There is a special program offered to help senior citizens who are dealing with addiction. The facility is also able to assist addicts who have mental disorder issues in addition to dealing with their substance abuse problems.

What patients are saying:

The Care Counseling Center is praised by recovered addicts and has earned a number of five-star reviews. One past alumni said that it was a “Great program.”


  • 4.50 stars
  • 10 reviews

ACI Chemical Dependency Treatment Center

500 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019

The ACI Chemical Dependency Treatment Center offers inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for men and women of any age. The staff helps addicts and their families decide which treatment program is the best option based on their current stage of addiction and life circumstances. A number of holistic therapy options are offered to patients, including art therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, spirituality, and drama therapy. Special outpatient programs can be customized to the individual needs of adolescent addicts. An LGBTQ program is offered to addicts, which is designed to help each patient come out to their families and accept themselves.

What patients are saying:

One alumnus gives this facility a five-star rating and credits them with assisting his recovery, saying, “What I got here was Clean!! I can’t say enough good things about the staff. They truly cared about their patients. I was coming off 10 bags of heroin a day and my detox was virtually painless.” Another alumnus said, “Love them!!! The DR. Is Amazing!! Best decision I’ve made for my recovery! God bless ACI!!!”


  • 3.10 stars
  • 24 reviews

Carnegie Hill Institute

116 East 92nd Street
New York, NY 10128

The Carnegie Hill Institute is one of the original treatment centers in New York, and it is housed in a lovely old building. The facility provides outpatient treatment programs to men and women of all ages. It offers a range of therapy options to help addicts recover and understand the core reasons behind their addiction. Some of the therapies offered include cognitive behavioral therapy, impaired driving treatment, and anger management. Counselors at the facility provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions. Medical specialists are available to help patients overcome their addiction using Methadone or Suboxone. Each patient in the facility receives a customized treatment plan to address their individual needs in overcoming their addiction and becoming a productive member of society again. After-treatment assistance is a key function of the center, and counselors are always available to provide help when needed.

What patients are saying:

According to one five-star review by a previous patient, “Carnegie Hill Institute is by far the greatest recovery program I’ve ever had the pleasure of attending. In the 4 years I’ve been enrolled at CHI I have successfully stopped using for 3 years now. My counselor at this time is not only the most helpful counselor I’ve ever had in any recovery type place, but he’s also been a great friend to me as somebody to confide in.”


  • 5.00 stars
  • 14 reviews

Addicts Rehabilitation Center

1881 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10035

The Addicts Rehabilitation Center uses a process that has helped them cure clients in the grip of substance abuse for over 50 years. Staff at the facility believe that patients can recover from the disease of addiction and become productive members of society. Each patient has an individual treatment plan that consists of a combination of therapies and medical treatments when required. Services offered at the center include vocational and educational training, housing assistance, family services, group counseling, individual counseling, and legal services. The program generally lasts between six and nine months, depending on the needs of the addict.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews are available at this time


  • 5.00 stars
  • 2 reviews

Center for Comprehensive Health

1900 2nd Avenue 9th & 12th Floor
New York, NY 10029

The Center for Comprehensive Health offers a variety of outpatient treatment programs, and staff at the center can assist patients with finding the best option for their particular circumstances. It uses a caring and integrated approach to help addicts and their families navigate the road to recovery. The intensive program lasts for three months, and patients are required to attend treatment three days a week for three hours. This program is ideal for addicts who have completed detox or an inpatient stay and need additional assistance. The Methadone program is a long-term treatment option for those battling to break free of their opioid addiction. A special treatment program is offered for pregnant women and mothers with children under the age of five.

What patients are saying:

A previous patient praised the help and care received from the center, saying, “CCHP is one the best places I’ve gone to visit. You can somehow get help when you try and want help. For me I’m doing well! Thank you CCHP.”


  • 4.00 stars
  • 6 reviews

Hamilton-Madison House Asian American Recovery Services

253 South Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10002

Hamilton-Madison House Asian American Recovery Services provides counseling, prevention, and rehabilitative services specifically for the Asian community. The center offers drug, alcohol, and gambling addiction treatment, as well as a full suite of mental health and counseling services on an outpatient basis. Fluent in six Asian languages and seven dialects, Hamilton-Madison House transcends cultural and language barriers to provide treatment plans that always consider the individual’s specific cultural background. The center also provides supported housing, prevocational skill training, and employment assistance.

What patients are saying:

One grateful patient gushed, “I love the people here. These guys on the 2nd floor saved my life!” Another four-star review was short and to the point, “Clean, friendly.”


  • 3.66 stars
  • 25 reviews

First Steps To Recovery

312 West 47th Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY 10036

First Steps To Recovery provides outpatient services for those with chemical and smoking dependencies. The center’s program includes a 12-step approach, chemical dependency education, counseling, abstinence, and pharmacological treatment for dual-diagnosis clients. Treatment plans are structured individually, allowing clients to select daytime or evening program sessions, so they can continue working while completing the eight to ten-week core program. Upon completing the core program, clients are referred to weekly individual and group sessions for maintenance and support of an addiction-free lifestyle. First Steps To Recovery also offers marital and couples counseling, family therapy, smoking cessation, and stress and anger management services. Its staff can provide assistance in English, Russian, and Spanish.

What patients are saying:

One previous patient left a five-star review stating, “Saved my life!!!!! Thank you so much. I appreciate the whole entire staff!!” Another patient noted, “One of the most loving home away from homes!” Couldn’t be happier with the staff & my progressional recovery since going there.”


  • 5.0 stars
  • 3 reviews

Lower Eastside Service Center

80 Maiden Lane
3rd Floor, Suite #305
New York, NY 10038

Lower Eastside Service Center is an opioid treatment and recovery center that offers both outpatient and residential programs. The outpatient program focuses on progression to abstinence and maintaining a productive lifestyle and is ideal for those who currently work or care for family members. Residential programs range from six to 18 months, often include medication-assisted treatment, and help residents develop new skills in preparation for returning to their families and communities. The center also offers residential treatment and prenatal care for expectant mothers, who can continue living in residence with their new babies while completing treatment. A dual diagnosis program with outpatient treatment is available for individuals who are dealing with opioid addiction and have a history of mental illness.

What patients are saying:

One prior residential patient had this to say, “I had a great experience here, I don’t care about what people say, you put the effort in you get success out of it!! 6 1/2 years clean, have a home job and my children with the help of SU CASA graduation 3/13”


  • 3.84 stars
  • 52 reviews


73 Lenox Avenue
New York, NY 10026

Part of the Harlem community since 1973, CREATE Inc., is a nonprofit organization that provides inpatient and outpatient treatment for alcohol and chemically dependent men, women, and young adults. Medication-assisted treatment is available and used in conjunction with counseling and behavioral therapy to provide a holistic approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. It offers treatment tracks for DWI, mental wellness, offender reentry, vocational, and aftercare. Specialized services are available for those who have co-occurring mental health and chemical abuse issues. CREATE focuses on improving the emotional, physical, and spiritual lives of clients and their families.

What patients are saying:

One previous patient said, “I thank Create Inc. for working with me and giving me the opportunity to continue to be productive in society.” Another five-star reviewer wrote, “Mr. Taylor and Mr. Miller are very passionate about helping others in need. They treat you like family and not just like another client.” Another patient stated, “They helped me set a solid foundation to better my lifestyle and learn to live sober.”


  • 3.4 stars
  • 10 reviews

Greenhope Services For Women, Inc.

435 East 119th Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10035

Greenhope Services For Women works with women who have been incarcerated, women who are receiving treatment as an alternative to prison, and women seeking to reclaim their lives after substance abuse. It offers residential and day treatment programs, depending on the client’s needs. Each recovery program incorporates a variety of academic enrichment and personal development strategies. The facility also offers domestic violence education and prevention, help for women dealing with the criminal justice system, vocational education, vocational workshops and training, and job placement and referrals.

What patients are saying:

One previous patient wrote, “Greenhope Services for Women Inc has enabled me to reawaken the passions in my life, and for that, I’m able to make the music I’ve always wanted to. You learn how to find yourself again in rehab- I know I did. Thank you.”. Another alumnus said, “The staff treats clients with dignity and great potential with personalized treatment plans. Good treatment and a nice facility.”


  • 4.5 stars
  • 9 reviews

Greenwich House Inc. Chemical Dependency Program

122 W. 27th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Greenwich House Chemical Dependency Program provides outpatient treatment for people who are dealing with alcohol and substance abuse. Medication-assisted therapy is available for those battling opioids and other severely addicting substances. Nicotine patches and gum, DUI screening and treatment, and psychiatric evaluation and treatment are also offered. Through vocational assessment, counseling, and assistance, personal growth is facilitated, and addicts are encouraged to take an active role in their recovery process. The average length of treatment ranges from six to 18 months, and upon completing the initial program, clients may continue group or individual counseling as long as needed. The facility has Spanish speaking counselors on staff and also offers counseling services and support for significant others and concerned family members.

What patients are saying:

One determined patient stated, “Greenwich house is my outpatient services, which I’m committed to attend, it keeps me sober and the staff are committed to help.” Another five-star reviewer commented, “Best program that I have ever been in. Staff actually care about the clients they serve.”


  • 4.31 stars
  • 18 reviews

Inwood Community Services

651 Academy Street
New York, NY 10034

Inwood Community Services provides a medically supervised outpatient chemical dependency and abuse treatment and recovery program for adults and adolescents. The center offers individual, group, and family counseling services, including psychopharmacological treatment when needed. The services provided promote recovery, abstinence, and healing. Relapse prevention, spirituality, anger management, men’s issues, and women’s issues counseling are all offered via group sessions. Transportation assistance to and from the clinic is provided for eligible clients. The staff of Inwood Community Services offers assistance in both English and Spanish.

What patients are saying:

According to one five-star review from a previous patient, “These people get the job done, very organized, very loving and caring. They go the extra mile for you and with no benefit to themselves. You feel like family here.” Another alumnus wrote, “Great place! With community services…”.


  • 4.4 stars
  • 62 reviews

Housing Works

57 Willoughby Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Housing Works offers behavioral health and substance use services to clients using a harm reduction approach, empowering patients to decrease harm to themselves and others through practical techniques and tools. The center focuses on providing health education, substance use safety resources, and risk reduction counseling. Strategies implemented include opioid overdose recognition, methamphetamine harm reduction, safety kits, condoms, and syringe exchange. Housing Works offers Hepatitis C and HIV testing, as well as counseling programs specifically for HIV positive individuals. It also provides health care coordination, case management, and acupuncture services to encourage individuals to take ownership and awareness of their own health needs and care.

What patients are saying:

One five-star reviewer kept it simple, by stating, “It is one of the best agencies out there. It has its imperfections. but overall is ok.”


  • 3.7 stars
  • 46 reviews

Flushing Hospital Addiction Treatment

4500 Parsons Boulevard
Flushing, NY 11355

Flushing Hospital Addiction Treatment offers comprehensive assessments and treatment for alcohol and chemical dependency. Inpatient clients receive supervised care from the chemical dependence unit while experiencing safe alcohol and drug withdrawal. Patients are typically admitted for a three to seven-day stay under the supervision of credentialed abuse counselors, nurses, physicians, and physician assistants. Outpatient clients go through the reflections treatment program, which is a holistic 12-step program designed to help clients remain sober and substance-free. It teaches coping and lifestyle change techniques to reduce relapse, including meditation and relaxation exercises. The outpatient program offers day and evening sessions.

What patients are saying:

No written reviews are available at this time.


  • None available

Farnham Family Services

14 Crossroads Drive
Fulton, NY 13069

Farnham Family Services offers treatment, recovery, and prevention services for substance abuse, opioid addiction, and behavioral health disorders. Medication-assisted inpatient treatment is available through the opioid treatment program, which consists of individual counseling, group therapy, physicals, and case management by a team of physicians, nurses, therapists, and support staff. It also offers an outpatient Suboxone program, as well as other intensive and non-intensive outpatient services. Comprehensive assessments and evaluations for drug and alcohol use are completed, and clients are recommended for individualized treatment. Counseling is available for dual diagnosis, opiate, therapy and recovery groups, as well as adolescents and couples. The facility also offers clients assistance in transportation, housing, physical health, and vocational training.

What patients are saying:

According to one five-star review, “This is an amazing facility with a very caring and helpful staff!” Another previous patient wrote, “The groups and counseling, along with methadone, have all played a role in getting and keeping me off drugs. I thank God for this facility as well as the dedicated people who work there.”


  • 2.3 stars
  • 6 reviews

Step One at Northeast Center for Special Care

300 Grant Avenue
Lake Katrine, NY 12449

Step One follows an abstinence model of treatment and provides a three-phase program for men, women, and adolescents who are struggling with substance abuse. Phase one participants attend sessions two to six times per week, concentrating on complete abstinence. Phase two participants are seen two to four times per week and focus on maintaining sobriety, identifying triggers, and preventing relapse. Phase three individuals are seen one to two times per week, receiving continued emotional healing and support for a substance-free life. Specialty track programs are available for relapse prevention, psychoeducation, codependency issues, anger management, and mental wellness. Clients also have access to a professional nutritionist for customized eating plans as part of their complete recovery and treatment.

What patients are saying:

According to one five-star review by a former patient, “I have been to many inpatient and outpatient facilities. From day 1 I felt I was where I needed to be”. Another alumnus noted, “The level of treatment is second to none.” Other five-star reviews by previous patients note “I absolutely love step one.”, “I no longer suffer, I have support.”, and “Step one saved my life and continues to save my life every single day.”


  • 4.5 stars
  • 10 reviews


According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), there are 492 substance abuse treatment centers in the New York area. To determine which provide the highest quality of treatment and the most resources for recovery, we used the following five core metrics to evaluate each facility.

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Getting Help in New York

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To determine your best options for a rehabilitation center, it is important to first learn about your health insurance coverage. Reach out to your private or healthcare marketplace insurance provider to find out which substance abuse treatment centers are available to you. Regardless of the type of coverage you have, both public and private insurance companies must cover substance abuse treatment for qualified individuals.

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    New York Rehab FAQs

    Do I need to go to rehab?

    Substance abuse and addiction have high costs, often adversely affecting work performance, personal relationships, and your physical health. To help you determine if you may be addicted, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has an Alcohol Use Screening and a Substance Abuse Screening to help you find out.

    How long does rehab last?

    Different programs and levels of addiction require different program lengths. Common rehab lengths are:

    How much does drug rehab cost?

    Pricing depends on the program, services, and amenities offered. Typically, outpatient programs are cheaper than inpatient, and live-in inpatient facilities are the most expensive. To learn more, read our guide on The Cost of Rehab.

    How does rehab work?

    Rehab is made up of four basic steps:

    • Assessment
    • Detox
    • Therapy
    • Aftercare

    To learn more about the rehab process and each step, read our guide to The Addiction Rehabilitation Process.

    How important is aftercare? 

    One of the most important steps in the rehabilitation process is aftercare – the continuing support and accountability offered through counseling and 12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA).

    To find an AA or NA meeting near you, use the directory below.

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