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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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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Clinical Program

DWI Program

Adolescent/Young Adult Program

Early Intervention

Relapse Prevention Program

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By combining programs that stress preventive measures against substance abuse along with treatment for those already diagnosed, we provide the most effective treatment available.

Programs

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Assists clients who meet the diagnostic criteria for placement in an intensive outpatient program. The purpose/function of the IOP is to stabilize, develop, structure and educate the client at a higher level of care. Clients in this program will attend treatment three times a week (three hours per session).

Clinical Program
Assists clients who are referred by the legal system and other mandated agencies who do not require an intensive level of care. This group typically meets 2-3 times a week (90 minute session).

DWI Program
For those referred by DMV/DDP who require a completed DS449 form in order to obtain their license.

Adolescent/Young Adult Program
Assists adolescents ages 14 - 17, and young adults ages 18 - 23 years. This program incorporates group, individual, family and psycho-educational treatment. This population may be referred by the legal system, a family member or self.

Early Intervention
12 week psycho-educational group for those who meet minimal criteria for substance abuse diagnosis. The program focuses on understanding substance abuse, as well as identifying common problems and issues surrounding substance use.

Relapse Prevention Program
Last phase of treatment which focuses on identifying risk factors and developing coping strategies.

 

FACTS

Nearly 14 million Americans meet diagnostic criteria for alcohol use disorders.

Source: Alcohol Health & Research World

Illegal drug use is declining among youth, while the abuse of prescription drugs, especially pain relievers, is increasing. Many abuse prescription drugs thinking that they are safe, when in fact they can cause addiction and severe side effects.

Source: http://www.gdcada.org/statistics/teens.htm


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