Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatment Resources in Liverpool

Liverpool Drug & Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Millions of people in America are currently battling the disease of addiction. This is a huge problem not only for those who are afflicted but for our entire country. In 2007, addiction and substance use cost America close to $200 billion in healthcare costs, legal costs and lost productivity in the workplace.

The state of New York has had a significant problem with drug use, specifically. The heroin overdose death rate has been the same as or higher than the national heroin overdose death rate every year since 2006. Even residents of the town of Liverpool are in danger of this deadly disease.

It can be difficult for those who suffer from substance use disorder to admit that they have a problem and that they need help. This is why admitting your life is unmanageable is the first step in popular 12-step programs. If you are willing to get past this step, however, you may be able to find effective treatment.

Those who are in search of drug addiction treatment in Liverpool, New York, have a number of resources available to them.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper761 Cuthbert Boulevard Cherry Hill NJ 08002 (786) 780-1408

The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of New York. Our closest facility is in Maryland and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

deaths due to drug overdoses

In our country, alcohol and drug addiction is a grave issue. In 2015, there were over 50,000 American fatalities caused by drug overdoses. If you have substance use disorder, now is the time to take back the control of your life.

Finding Help in Liverpool

Liverpool, New York Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers

The city of Liverpool is a city that is struggling to eradicate drug and alcohol addiction. Many residents of Liverpool are in need of treatment for drug addiction. Rehab centers offer different levels of treatment based on what substance you are addicted to, whether or not you need detox, your history of addiction, your financial situation, your living situation and other details of your circumstances.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    This treatment program treats substance use disorder with a multidisciplinary approach. Patients in residential or inpatient treatment programs will participate in therapy (individual and group), classes and healing activities like meditation and yoga. In this program, patients will live on campus in the facility, and they will be monitored by medical professionals around the clock.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    A PHP or partial hospitalization program gives patients more autonomy and flexibility than inpatient or residential treatment. In this program, patients will participate in the same sorts of activities (therapy, classes, yoga, etc.) but they will go home at night, assuming they have a stable living environment.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    This is the most convenient treatment option, especially for patients who have a lot of family or work duties. While patients participate in therapy, classes and healing activities, they live at home and they don’t spend as much time in the facility as patients in a PHP or inpatient program.

Detox Centers

When you decide that you want to stop letting drugs and alcohol control your life, the first thing you need to do is rid your body of the harmful substance in question. This is known as the detoxification process. It goes a lot smoother if you have medical assistance through the process, which is why many people opt for detox centers.

You should keep in mind, however, that detox centers are not ideal for holistic treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. While you will be assisted medically through the detox process, you will not have treatment programs available at a detox center.

Recovery Meetings Near You

Freeing yourself from the shackles of addiction takes work, time and discipline. One of the best things that you can do after you complete your treatment program is to join a recovery group that resonates with you.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

For over eight decades, Alcoholics Anonymous has helped millions of people with an addiction to alcohol. AA meetings consist of discussions where members openly and honestly share their experiences with one another. The mission of Alcoholics Anonymous is to help members to stay sober, one day at a time. Here are some options for meetings in Liverpool.

  • Sunrise Sobriety
    Fellowship Hall
    135 Walter Dr.
    Liverpool, NY 13088

  • You’re in the Right Place
    Serenity Hall
    Noble’s Plaza
    Rte. 93 Syracuse St.
    Liverpool, NY 13088

  • Noon Fellowship
    Fellowship Hall
    135 Walter Dr.
    Liverpool, NY 13088

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Narcotics Anonymous is like AA but for those who are addicted to harder substances like prescription drugs, cocaine, methamphetamine, etc. Those who are addicted to these substances may feel out of place in Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but they will be welcomed with open arms in an NA meeting. Here are the NA meetings in the Liverpool area.

  • Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church
    210 Hazel St.
    Liverpool, NY 13088

  • United Church of Christ
    215 Blackberry Rd.
    Liverpool, NY 13088

  • Syracuse Open House
    1947 West Fayette St.
    Syracuse, NY 13204

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery is a newer approach to recovery than the 12-step approaches of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. The 12-step programs do not resonate with everyone, and for these people, SMART Recovery can often be more helpful. SMART Recovery focuses on self-reliance and self-empowerment and utilizes a 4-point system that includes building motivation and managing behaviors. Here are some meetings within 100 miles of Liverpool.

  • Our Savior Lutheran Church
    1640 Genesee St.
    Utica, NY 13501

  • Spark of Divinity Congregation
    401 E. Main Street
    Palmyra, NY 14522

  • Watertown Urban Mission
    247 Factory St.
    Watertown, NY 13601

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Addiction causes family and friends to suffer as well. Supporting someone who is addicted to drugs and/or alcohol can produce many emotions in a person. It can leave you depressed, angry, feeling betrayed, frustrated, etc. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon offer support to the friends and family members of those who suffer with alcohol and/or drug addiction. Here are the meetings in the Liverpool area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Fairmount Community Church
    4801 W. Genesee St.
    Syracuse, NY 13219

  • Al-Anon
    Christ the King Parish Center
    21 Cherry Tree Cir.
    Liverpool, NY 13090

  • Al-Anon
    Liverpool Christian Church
    2021 Cold Springs Rd.
    Liverpool, NY 13090

Local Communities Served

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