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South Shore Association for Independent Living – Hempstead

in Hempstead, NY

South Shore Association for Independent Living – Hempstead
29 Richardson Pl, Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 997-2926
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  • Inpatient

Experience Treating

  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Dual Diagnosis (Co-Occuring Disorders)
  • Opioid Addiction

Treatments

Aftercare Support

People in New York who are struggling with addiction can get help from aftercare support. People who are trying to get sober and stay sober can benefit a lot from this kind of care. Some of the benefits of aftercare support are continuing treatment, getting help from peers, and being held responsible. People in New York can stay on track with their sobriety goals and live a better life with help from aftercare services.

Drug Rehab

New York is one of the most populated and diverse states in the country. It is also home to a lot of people who are struggling with addiction. Drug rehab can be a lifeline for people who want to stop using drugs. The first good thing about drug rehab is that it can give people a safe and supportive place to get off drugs and alcohol. Detox can be hard and even dangerous, but if you get help from a professional, it can be done safely. Once detox is over, people can start to learn about addiction and how to get better at South Shore Association for Independent Living - Hempstead in Hempstead, NY.

In rehab, people will go to therapy sessions and do other things that are meant to help them learn the skills they need to stay sober. When someone finishes rehab, they will have the tools they need to live a life without drugs or alcohol. Drug rehab can give people who are struggling with addiction a chance to start over.

Inpatient

Inpatient drug treatment in New York Hempstead can be very helpful for people who want to get sober. Inpatient treatment gives people a safe, organized place to get off drugs and start the road to recovery. Inpatient treatment also gives people who are struggling with addiction access to medical care and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Also, inpatient treatment programs often include therapy and counseling, which can help people get to the root of their addiction and learn how to deal with it in a healthy way. Even though not everyone needs inpatient treatment, it can be a very helpful tool for people who really want to get sober.


Therapies

  • Aftercare
  • Couples Therapy
  • Drug Rehab
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Inpatient Treatment
  • Life Skills
  • Nutrition Therapy


Adults (20+), Teenagers Couples, Family, Group, Individuals Female, Male