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Outpatient Treatment
for Drug and Alcohol Abuse

2760 Middle Country Road
Lake Grove, N.Y. 11755

Tel: 631.467.3182 | Fax: 631.467.3178

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About Us

Impact Counseling Services 1 is committed to treating those who have fallen prey to alcohol and drug abuse. We strive to make the transition from rehabilitation to re-entry as smooth as possilbe. Certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS - OASAS), we also provide preventative and early intervention programs.

Our Facility
Our facility offers a quaint, personal atmosphere with surroundings that promote peace and tranquility. Our easy-to-find office is conveniently located in central Long Island, making it accessible to many.

Staff
Our professional treatment team includes:
• Licensed Master Social Worker
• Licensed Clinical Social Worker
• Certified Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor
• Certified Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor Trainees
• Medical Doctor
• Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
• Registered Nurse

Help Based on Need, Not Ability to Pay
Impact Counseling Services 1 continually strives to develop new and enhanced programs. As a private organization, we evaluate the client’s financial resources available for treatment and work to accomodate each need. We provide sliding scale fees based on individuals income and we accept most insurances, as well as Medicaid.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The younger you are when you start drinking, the greater your chance of becoming addicted to alcohol at some point in your life. More than 4 in 10 people who begin drinking before age 15 eventually become alcoholics. Source: NIAAA; Underage Drinking: A Major Public Health Challenge, 2003

Painkillers, such as Vicodin and OxyContin, are opiates and are very powerful medications that need to be taken under the close supervision of a doctor. These medications, when taken inappropriately, can cause addiction because they impact the same areas of the brain as heroin.
Source: NIDA. Increased Abuse of Prescription Drugs is Cause for Concern, 2007

 


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