Substance Abuse Resources
in Yonkers

Yonkers Drug & Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Yonkers, New York is known for the Hudson River Museum, Tibbetts Brook Park and the Yonkers Raceway. However, many citizens of Yonkers are having an issue that is spreading all across the country: drug and alcohol addiction. Just recently, 4 Yonkers residents were indicted on charges of selling heroin, further contributing to this serious problem.

Heroin has grown in popularity due to the rise in addictions to prescription painkillers. People who become addicted to oxycodone and other prescription opiates – often by being prescribed them – are turning to heroin, which is a cheaper alternative and chemically very similar to these prescription opiates. Substance abuse is a grave issue for our entire country, but those who suffer from substance use disorder should not despair. There are plenty of resources available for those who wish to get help.

If you are looking for drug addiction treatment in Yonkers, New York, this guide will help you explore your options.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

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Every day in the United States, there are 91 deaths that are related to opiates. This is a discouraging statistic, but those who are suffering from addiction do not need to become another statistic. It is possible to find healing and recovery by attending a national treatment center like The Recovery Village. Give us a call today.

Finding Help in Yonkers

Yonkers Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Many residents in Yonkers suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction would benefit greatly from a treatment program at a rehabilitation facilty. There are typically three levels of treatment: inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization programs and outpatient treatment. Before you can determine what kind of help you need, you should learn more about each of the treatment programs.

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    Residential Treatment Programs

    Patients who need to detox as part of their treatment will usually go into an inpatient treatment program. This program is also sometimes called a residential treatment program, and it provides the patients with 24/7 medical supervision, courses, group and individual therapy and other healing or recreational activities.

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    Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Patients who do not need as intensive care will typically go into a PHP. This program is also sometimes referred to as a “dayhab”, and it provides patients with medical care, courses, group and individual therapy and other healing or recreational activities. Unlike residential treatment patients, PHP patients are allowed to go home in the evening.

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    Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Patients who have a lot of work or family commitments will usually opt for outpatient treatment. This program has patients going to the facility for 10 to 15 hours during the week, and it will also provide patients with medical care while in the facility, courses, group and individual therapy and other recreational and healing activities.

Each treatment program has its benefits and drawbacks. When determining which program is the best fit for you, you will need to speak with an addiction specialist to help form your individualized treatment plan. At The Recovery Village, our staff consists of experienced counsellors and healthcare professionals that will be able to help you do that.

Detox Centers

Once you have realized that you need help and that you want to get sober, you will need to detox your body. For some substances – like marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine – this is a simple process: just stop using. However, some substances – like alcohol, benzodiazepines (drugs like Valium and Xanax) and opioids (drugs like heroin or oxycodone) – require a longer, more complicated detox. In order to prevent harmful withdrawal symptoms, many patients will choose to detox in a detox center.

While detox centers can certainly beneficial because they provide patients with medically supervised detox, they do not provide treatment programs that are necessary or the mental, psychological and emotional treatment of addiction. The Recovery Village and facilities like it provide patients with medical assistance during detox as well as inpatient treatment programs to begin after detox, making it an ideal choice for many.

Recovery Meetings Near You

You have what it takes to conquer your substance use disorder. Completing detox and a treatment program is a valiant first step. If you want to have success with long-term recovery, however, meetings are important. There are many options for meetings in Yonkers.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Those who have alcohol addiction may benefit from Alcoholics Anonymous. Beginning in 1935, AA has been helping millions of people all over the world. They are currently the largest recovery group and the original 12-step group. They have regular meetings in over 170 countries throughout the world. There are several meetings in the Yonkers area. Here are a few.

  • The Better Way Group
    Where:
    Irish Community Center
    990 McLean Ave.
    Yonkers, NY 10704

  • Recovery for Men Group
    Where:
    Yonkers Family YMCA
    17 Riverdale Ave.
    Yonkers, NY 10701

  • Thanksgiving Group
    Where:
    St. Peter’s-St. Dennis’ Church
    91 Ludlow St.
    Yonkers, NY 10705

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is a great group for those who struggle with alcohol addiction, but in 1953, addiction specialists began to see a need for a 12-step group that was dedicated to those who suffer from drug addiction. Narcotics Anonymous was born. NA meetings are very similar to AA meetings in that they involve open discussions. NA is now the second largest recovery group in the world. Here are the meetings available in the Yonkers area.

  • YWCA
    Where:
    87 S. Broadway
    Yonkers, NY 10701

  • Kingdom Baptist Church
    Where:
    68 Palisade Ave.
    Yonkers, NY 10701

  • Senior Center
    Where:
    11-23 Saint Casimir Ave.
    Yonkers, NY 10701

SMART Recovery Meetings

In 1994, addiction specialists noticed a need for an alternative to the 12-step approach, and SMART Recovery was born. Focusing more on self-reliance (as opposed to turning to a higher power), SMART Recovery – Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training – utilizes a 4-point system that encourages managing destructive behaviors and maintaining motivation. There are many SMART Recovery meetings all over the country. Here are the closest ones to Yonkers.

  • Addiction Institute St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital
    Where:
    1000 10th Ave.
    New York, NY 10019

  • RCADD
    Where:
    25 Smith St.
    Nanuet, NY 10954

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

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

The friends, family and loved ones of those who suffer from substance use disorder may not directly suffer as a result of drug and alcohol addiction, but they will certainly indirectly suffer from actions their loved ones take when they are in active addiction. For this reason, Al-Anon and Nar-Anon provide the loved ones of those who suffer with substance misuse with a supportive and understanding environment. Here are the meetings in the Yonkers area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    St. Eugene Rectory
    32 Massatoa Rd.
    Yonkers, NY 10710

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    St. Paul’s Church
    77 Lee Ave.
    Yonkers, NY 10705

Local Communities Served

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