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

In our country, we are plagued with the destressing reality of substance abuse. Currently, more people are dying from drug overdoses than from car accidents or gun violence. Addiction is our country’s greatest health epidemic.

The problem of substance misuse and drug overdoses has become so significant that in March of 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City vowed to reduce the number of drug-related deaths by 35 percent over five years. This is promising, but many residents in Jamaica, New York are still suffering.

Because of the negative attitude many people have towards those who are addicted to harmful substances, it is difficult for some to get the treatment they deserve. However, if you are willing to look, there are many resources available.

If you are seeking alcohol or drug rehab in Jamaica, New York, this guide will help you learn about rehabilitation centers, detox centers and recovery programs in your area.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Americans treated for substance misuse

In 2014, over 40,000 people were treated for illicit drug addiction in America, according to the 2014 National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. There is still reason to have hope, though, in spite of this staggering number. Many people have found healing at facilities like The Recovery Village. Give us a call today, and start your recovery journey.

Finding Help in Jamaica

Jamaica Alcohol Rehab Centers and Drug Rehab Centers

New York has numerous resources for those who suffer from substance use disorder. Once you have made the decision to seek treatment, it can be easy to get overwhelmed looking at the different treatment programs. The best treatment program for you will largely depend on the details of your situation like the particular substance you are addicted to, your history with addiction, etc. You will most likely need one of the following treatment programs:

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Medical professionals will supervise you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the residential or inpatient treatment programs. Patients who are in need of detox will usually enter into a residential program after, particularly if they are addicted to substances like opiates, alcohol or benzodiazepines.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    One step down from inpatient treatment, the partial hospitalization program usually lasts 6 to 8 hours during the day, and patients are allowed to go home at night, provided that they have a stable, supportive and drug-free environment in which they can live.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    One step down from partial hospitalization programs, outpatient treatment programs are similar to PHPs but with more flexibility. Patients in outpatient treatment programs do not spend as much time at the facility each week.

While there are many options for rehabilitation centers in Jamaica, New York, it may be wise to consider a national treatment center like The Recovery Village. The Recovery Village is staffed with experienced addiction specialists who are committed to starting you down the path to long-term recovery.

Detox Centers

Detoxification is the first step in treating your substance use disorder. It is incredibly beneficial to have medical supervision in the detox process. If you attempt to come off a substance like opiates or benzodiazepines by yourself, you may want to use again when symptoms of withdrawal get really bad. Your withdrawal symptoms will be treated medically in a detox center, which is the reason most people utilize them.

While a detox center will get you sober, it will do nothing to solve the underlying problems that fed your drug and/or alcohol addiction in the first place. For this, you must participate in a treatment program. An advantage of a national treatment center like The Recovery Village is that medically supervised detox is available as well as treatment programs.

Recovery Meetings Near You

A treatment program will only be effective if a good aftercare plan is in place. One of the most important aspects of a good aftercare plan is finding a recovery meeting that works for you. There are many options for recovery groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery in the Jamaica area.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is the largest and oldest recovery support group. Those who are recovering from alcohol addiction meet consistently to stay sober. The meetings are run by fellow AA members so everyone is equal in the group. AA has been helping millions of people all over the world since 1935. In Jamaica, there are several options for meetings. Here are a few.

  • In God’s Hands
    Where:
    Bishop Molloy Retreat House
    86-45 Edgerton Blvd.
    Jamaica, NY 11432

  • Open Mind Discussion
    Where:
    First Presbyterian Church
    89-60 164th St.
    Jamaica, NY 11432

  • Safe Harbor
    Where:
    All Saints Lutheran Church
    164-02 Goethals Ave.
    Jamaica, NY 11432

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is the 12-step program for those who are addicted to any sort of substance including narcotics, cocaine, methamphetamine, etc. Many people need meetings for both alcohol addiction and drug addiction, and many people are members of both AA and NA. NA has been helping people all over the world since 1953. There are several options for NA meetings in the Jamaica area.


  • Where:
    109-55 Guy R. Brewer Blvd.
    Queens, NY 11405

  • Bethany Baptist Church
    Where:
    157-11 111th Ave.
    Queens, NY 11433

  • Saint Pius V
    Where:
    106-12 Liverpool St.
    Queens, NY 11435

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is an alternative to 12-step programs, which focuses on self-empowering, scientifically based addiction treatment. In SMART Recovery, addiction is seen as a series of destructive behaviors that can be managed as opposed to a disease. SMART Recovery (Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training) operates based on a 4-point system that encourages self-reliance. Here are the options for meetings that are close to Jamaica.

  • Peer Alliance Recovery Center
    Where:
    92-13 147th Pl.
    New York, NY 11435

  • Elmhurst Halfway House
    Where:
    81-30 Baxter Ave.
    New York, NY 11373

  • St. James United Methodist Church
    Where:
    11 Saint James Pl.
    Lynbrook, NY 11563

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are the sister meetings to Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous that are meant for the friends, family and community members who need support for a loved one’s alcohol or drug addiction. Addiction can tear families apart and be quite harmful to loved ones. In Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings, the loved ones of those who suffer with drug and alcohol addiction can gather to support each other. Here are the options for meetings in the Jamaica area.

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Bishop Molloy Retreat House
    8645 Edgerton Blvd.
    Jamaica, NY 11432

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Bishop Molloy Retreat House
    8645 Edgerton Blvd.
    Jamaica, NY 11432

For those who are seeking addiction treatment in Jamaica, New York, there are many options for rehabilitation centers, detox centers, medication-assisted treatment and recovery meetings. It may also be wise to explore the resources that are available in other nearby cities.

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