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HELP IS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE SUFFERING FROM SUBSTANCE USE
DISORDER AND THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS

 

BROOME OPIOID ABUSE COUNCIL (BOAC)

www.gobroomecounty.com/boac

  • (607)778-2958

 

DRUG ABUSE CRISIS LINE (UHS/NEW HORIZONS) – 24 HOURS

  • (607) 762-2257
  • 10-42 Mitchell Ave., Binghamton, NY

 

 ADDICTION CENTER OF BROOME COUNTY (ACBC)

  • (607)723-7308 ext. 0
  • 30 West State St., Binghamton, NY  13901
  • www.addictionctrofbroomecounty.org
  • Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) – Vivitrol Program.
  • NYS OASAS licensed private, nonprofit chemical dependency outpatient clinic and rehabilitation with integrated dual disorder treatment for women and men 18 and older.
  • Groups: basic addiction education, outpatient rehabilitation, intensive outpatient, aftercare and relapse prevention. Specialized groups include co-dependency, anger management, trauma recovery empowerment for men and women, parenting, art therapy, and wellness self management.
  • Psychiatric and individual therapy.

 

NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF ALCOHOL SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES (OASAS)

 

BINGHAMTON ADULT TREATMENT COURT

  • (607) 772-7254
  •  Binghamton City Court
  • Provides nonviolent criminal offenders addicted to drugs with the opportunity to participate in substance abuse treatment under the supervision of the court.

 

BROOME COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH

  • 36-42 Main St., Binghamton, NY  13905
  • (607) 778-2351
    • CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY SERVICES UNIT (CDSU)
    • (607) 778-1253
    • 36-42 Main St., Binghamton, NY  13905

Through referral by the Department of Social Services CDSU provides assessments and case management for temporary assistance applicants who may be in need of chemical dependency services. Those individuals assessed as in need of chemical dependency treatment are referred to the appropriate level of care and their compliance to treatment is monitored by CDSU. 

     Dual Recovery Project

  • (607) 778-1162
  • Through the Addiction Center of Broome County (ACBC), coordinates, improves and enhances treatment for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.

     Re-Entry Able Program

  • (607) 778-1364
  • Assists men and women in meeting the challenges they face when returning to our community, from a New Yor State correctional facility, with the ultimate goal of reducing recidivism, rebuilding lives and communities, and enhancing public safety.

 

BROOME COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)

  • (607) 778-8850 or (607)778-2500
  • 36-42 Main St., Binghamton, NY  13905
  • Medicaid Assistance – (607)778-2604

 

FAIRVIEW RECOVERY SERVICES (FRS)

  • (607) 722-8987
  • www.frsinc.org
  • NYS OASAS licensed COMMUNITY RESIDENCE (HALFWAY HOUSE) 5 Merrick St., Binghamton, NY  13904

     ADDICTION CRISIS CENTER (ACC)

  • (607) 722-4080 - 24 HOURS
  • Twenty short-term medically monitored withdrawal beds assisting individuals with   referrals to the appropriate level of care
  • Fairview and Merrick Community Residences  Serving Men (24) and Women (12)
  • Transitional Supportive Living Programs (up to two years) to include Mannion House and apartments for men and women and children.
  • Permanent Supportive Housing to include Shelter Plus Care and Housing Plus Care

 

FIRST CALL FOR HELP/UNITED WAY

  • If calling from a 607 area code, dial 211. 
  • If calling from any other area code, dial 1-800-901-2180.
  • www.helpme211.org


NEW HORIZONS/UNITED HEALTH SERVICES

  • 40 Mitchell Ave., Binghamton, NY 
  • Crisis Line (607) 762-2257
  • To schedule an evaluation (607)762-3232
  • NYS OASAS licensed chemical dependency program - Services include: assessments, referrals, inpatient and outpatient. Outpatient groups include intensive outpatient, stepdown, aftercare, recovery management, recovery life skills, criminal justice, DWI, and early intervention group.   
  • Weekly community educational program offered at no charge to family and friends of persons suffering from substance abuse disorder.

     Medication assisted treatment services offered at UHS:

  • Methadone Clinic (Southern Tier Drug Abuse Treatment Center) Operated by UHS
  • 10 Mitchell Ave., Binghamton, NY
  • (607) 762-2800
  •  Suboxone (Buprenorphine) at New Horizons
  • 40 Mitchell Ave Binghamton, NY
  • (607) 762-3232

OPIOID PRESCRIPTION REDUCTION BY ACADEMIC DETAILING (OPRAD)

  • (607) 778-8864
  • Academic detailing visits to medical professionals providing verbal and written information about safe and effective opioid prescribing.

 

OUR LADY OF LOURDES HOSPITAL

  • SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION
  • (607)584-3110
  • Youth Services (607)584-4500
  • Provides alcohol, tobacco, heroin and opioid education to the community & schools.
  • Death After Overdose Recovery and Support (DORS) Group – (607)584-9160
  • Provides prevention counseling in four school districts.

 

RESCUE MISSION

  • (607) 201-1030
  • 55-58 Whitney Ave., Binghamton, NY  13901
  • A safe and sober living environment for adult males, 32 beds (not a treatment facility).

 

SALVATION ARMY ADULT REHABILITATION CENTER

  • (607) 723-5381
  • 3-5 Griswold St., Binghamton, NY  13904
  • Rehabilitation Program for adult males, 65 beds.

SHERIFF'S ASSISTED RECOVERY INITIATIVE

  • (607) 778-1911 24 hours a day / 7 days a week
  • 155 Lt. VanWinkle Drive, Binghamton, NY  13905
  • Assists individuals suffering from substance use disorder who are voluntarily seeking treatment.

 SOUTHERN TIER AIDS PROGRAM (STAP)

  • (607) 798-1706
  • 275-277 Main St., Johnson City, NY 13790
  • www.stapinc.org
  • Training on the use of Naloxone-Overdose Prevention Program.
  • Syringe exchange program.

 

YMCA

  • (607) 772-0560
  • 61 Susquehanna St., Binghamton, NY  13901
  • Men’s supportive & transitional housing, 86 beds.
  • Provides case management services (not a treatment facility).

 

YWCA

  • (607) 772-0340 x223
  • ywcabinghamton.org
  • 80 Hawley St., Binghamton, NY  13901
  • Supportive living and individual case management services for women and their families facing substance abuse problems.