Alabama Clinic OTP
in Brooklyn, NY
Alabama Clinic OTP
480 Alabama Avenue 1st and 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11207
- Opioid Addiction
- Substance Abuse
New York is one of the most populous and diverse states in the country, and it is also home to a large number of people struggling with addiction. Drug rehab can provide a much-needed lifeline for those looking to get sober. The first benefit of drug rehab is that it can provide a safe and supportive environment to detox from drugs and alcohol. Detox can be a difficult and potentially dangerous process, but with professional help, it can be safely completed.
Once detox is complete, Alabama Clinic OTP provides an opportunity to begin learning about addiction and recovery. In rehab, individuals will participate in therapy sessions and other activities designed to help them develop the skills they need to stay sober. After completing rehab, individuals will have the tools they need to live a life free from addiction in Brooklyn. For anyone struggling with addiction, drug rehab can provide the foundation for a new beginning.
People looking to get sober in New York have many options available to them, including outpatient treatment at centers like Alabama Clinic OTP. Outpatient treatment is a type of care that allows people to live at home while receiving treatment for addiction. This can be a great option for people who have busy schedules or who need to be able to take care of their responsibilities at home.
Outpatient treatment can also be a more affordable option than some other types of care. People in outpatient treatment typically meet with a counselor or therapist several times per week and may also attend group meetings. This type of care can be very effective for people who are motivated to stay sober and who are able to stick to their treatment plan.
- 12-Step Facilitation
- Anger Management
- Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT)
- Contingency management/motivational incentives
- Discharge Planning
- Drug Rehab
- Employment Counseling / Training
- Group Therapy
- Health education services other than HIV/AIDS or hepatitis
- Hepatitis education
- HIV or AIDS education
- Naloxone and Overdose Education
- or support
- Outpatient Treatment (OP)
- Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
- Substance Use Counseling