Substance Abuse Resources
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Brooklyn Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

In the state of New York, the alcohol and drug misuse epidemic has reached heartbreaking proportions. This is a horrible problem, especially for citizens of Brooklyn. According to city Health Department date, between the years 2010 and 2012, Brooklyn had the greatest number of fatal drug overdoses. This is an issue throughout the country, but it is especially bad in the state of New York.

What can be done about the prevalence of drug and alcohol misuse throughout the state of New York? If you are suffering from alcohol addiction or drug addiction, you may feel hopeless. However, there are many resources that will help you to seek treatment for your substance use disorder in Brooklyn, New York.

It would seem that addiction is actually a hopeless, vicious cycle that is difficult to break, but recovery is possible in the form of detox, treatment programs and recovery meetings. For those who are looking for drug addiction treatment in Brooklyn, New York, help is here.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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In 2015, over 50,000 people died in America from drug-related deaths. This statistic may seem sobering, but the good news is you do not have to become another statistic. You can get help by reaching out to a treatment facility like The Recovery Village.

Finding Help in Brooklyn

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn residents who struggle with a cocaine, heroin or prescription drug addiction have a number of options available to them when it comes to recovery treatment programs. These options include detox, inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment or a combination of these. It is essential to understand the different treatment programs.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment is a kind of treatment that is provided to those who are battling a serious or long-term drug and/or alcohol addiction. Residential treatment is right for those who are likely to relapse or for those who have a serious opioid dependency. In residential or inpatient treatment, a recovering individual will stay at the facility until rehab is finished and will receive a full range of psychological, mental and supportive care. Recovery in an inpatient treatment program can last weeks, months or even over a year and is determined on an individual basis.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    In a PHP, patients will stay at the facility during the day and participate in the same healing activities that residential patients participate in. However, they are permitted to go home or to on-campus housing at night.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient treatment is best for those with a drug and/or alcohol addiction that is less severe, and it is less intensive than residential treatment. In outpatient treatment, the patient will travel to the site for around 15 hours every week, which allows flexibility for family obligations, work or school. The length of an outpatient program can vary greatly.

Choosing the treatment program that is right for you can be difficult. Many people consider a national treatment facility like The Recovery Village because at The Recovery Village, all of the treatment programs are available.

Detox Centers

Detox is the first step on your road to recovery. Detox typically lasts from 1 to 2 weeks. In many cases, if detox is disrupted and relapse does occur, the recovery process will stall and recovery must begin again. Detox can be dangerous if attempted without medical supervision.

You should remember, though, that detox is only the first step in a long process. It is crucial that you find a rehabilitation center that has both detox and treatment programs so that you can begin the real work of recovery after you detox. One positive aspect of a national treatment center like The Recovery Village is that detox as well as treatment programs are available, and there are addiction experts who are there to guide you through the process.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Recovery is a multifaceted journey. It can change your life to finish a treatment program, but it is only the first phase of this recovery journey. Aftercare is just as essential as any other step in your recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is recognized throughout the world. It is a 12-step program offered in both small and large communities. Because long-term sobriety is the main goal of the person recovering from alcohol addiction, AA meetings provide its members with help in the form of support groups as well as fellowship. Here are the options for AA meetings in Brooklyn.

  • Bridge Back
    Where:
    Plymouth Church
    75 Hicks St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Brothers in Gratitude
    Where:
    Brooklyn Community Pride Center
    4 Metrotech
    Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Spirituality in Recovery
    Where:
    Grace Church
    254 Hicks St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11201

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

NA meetings are crucial in the aftercare of narcotics addiction as individuals dependent on narcotics are prone to relapse. Continual support from other members helps the individual to live a healthy lifestyle, replacing enabling patterns and behaviors with healthy ones.

  • Recovery Center
    Where:
    20 New York Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Our Lady of Victory Church
    Where:
    163 MacDonough St.
    Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Interfaith Medical Center
    Where:
    1545 Atlantic Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11213

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery uses a 4-point system that is not based on the 12-step approach of NA or AA but still offering therapy and support. SMART Recovery is grounded in scientific reasoning and promotes self-empowerment as well as self-reliance to continue in sobriety and addresses many forms of substance abuse. Here are SMART Recovery meetings near Brooklyn.

  • The Family Center
    Where:
    493 Nostrand Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Inter-Care
    Where:
    51 E. 25th St.
    New York, NY 10010

  • Center for Motivation & Change
    Where:
    276 5th Ave.
    New York, NY 10001

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

When a person suffers from addiction, the friends and family of that person suffer too. Nar-Anon as well as Al-Anon are programs that provide guidance and support to family and also loved ones. Based on the 12 steps and philosophy of NA and AA, Nar-Anon and Al-Anon provide support and also advice in group meetings. Here are meetings near Brooklyn.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Greenpoint Outreach Services
    960 Manhattan Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11222

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Ancient Order of Hibernians
    2776 Gerritsen Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11229

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    St. John St. Matthew Emanuel Church
    283 Prospect Ave.
    Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Brooklyn was last modified: October 6th, 2017 by The Recovery Village