Hicksville | Long Island Addiction Resources

Hicksville, New York

Seeking treatment in the Hicksville area for alcohol and drug addiction can be the most important decision you make in your life. It is critical to you and your love ones that you choose the best program that will meet your needs, and help you find freedom from active addiction. Call the experts at our hotline so we can help determine the best care possible for you. Do not hesitate take a look at some of the treatment options available in your area.

Families of addicts also suffer from consequences of the disease of alcoholism and addiction. Family members often find themselves baffled, confused, frustrated and disappointed. Addiction can bring about many sleepless nights as well as financial ruin. There are also options available for families to find support as well.

Alcohol and drug treatment centers offer a wide scope of treatment methods to cater to the needs of people seeking help with this complex and baffling illness. Most rehabs will work with private insurance providers. Please find the courage to contact us for a free alcohol and drug benefits check on our toll free hotline, or you may contact your insurance company directly.

New York City provides an easy gateway for drugs to be imported in and sold within the surrounding suburbs. Making them readily available to anyone looking to for them, in particular addicts living in the Hicksville area.

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HICKSVILLE PRIMARY PURPOSE

Fridays From 8:15 PM to 9:15 PM Meeting Type B = Beginners meeting O 3rd Friday.

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Ave, Hicksville, NY 11801

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HICKSVILLE LEVITTOWN GROUP

Mondays From 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Meeting Type C = Closed Discussion meeting

Thursdays From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Meeting Type O = Open meeting

Mondays From 8:15 PM to 9:15 PM
Meeting Type B = Beginners meeting

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Ave, Hicksville, NY 11801

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HICKSVILLE FIRST THINGS FIRST

Sundays From 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Meeting Type C = Closed Discussion meeting

Fridays From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Meeting Type O = Open meeting

Address:
Our Lady of Mercy Convent 510 S Oyster Bay Rd, Bethpage, NY 11714

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HICKSVILLE EVER VIGILANT

Tuesdays From 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM Meeting Type C = Closed Discussion meeting.

Address:
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church 130 Jerusalem Ave, Hicksville, NY 11801

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HICKSVILLE BACK TO BASICS

Tuesdays From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Meeting Type C = Closed Discussion meeting

Fridays From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Meeting Type S = Step meeting

Address:
St Stephen’s Lutheran Church 270 S Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801

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HICKSVILLE GROUP

Wednesdays From 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Meeting Type C = Closed Discussion meeting

Saturdays From 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Meeting Type O = Open meeting

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Ave, Hicksville, NY 11801

Narcotics Anonymous

Blueprint To Recovery

This meeting is open to addicts and non-addicts alike. All are welcome. This meeting is focused on discussion of the Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous. This meeting has a format that changes for each meeting. This meeting is lead by a speaker, then opened for participation by attendees. This meeting is focused on discussion of the Twelve Steps of NA. This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer. Bookstudy on 1st,2nd,and 3rd Wk. 4th Wk is a Step/Speaker, 5th Wk. Speaker.

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Avenue Hicksville, NY 11801

Time: 

Saturday @ 8PM

Narcotics Anonymous

New Connection

This meeting is closed to non-addicts. You should attend only if you believe that you may have a problem with substance abuse. This meeting invites participation by all attendees.

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Ave. Hicksville, NY 11801

Time: 

Thursday @ 8PM

Narcotics Anonymous

Hopeful in Hicksville

This meeting is open to addicts and non-addicts alike. All are welcome.

Address:
Holy Trinity 130 Jerusalem Avenue Hicksville, NY 11801

Time: 

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday @ 1PM

Narcotics Anonymous

The Program

This meeting is open to addicts and non-addicts alike. All are welcome. This meeting invites participation by all attendees.  This meeting is focused on discussion of one or more Informational Pamphlets. This meeting has a format that changes for each meeting.  This meeting is focused on discussion of the Twelve Steps of NA.  This meeting is focused on discussion of the Twelve Traditions of NA. Approved N.A. Books.

Address:
Parkway Community Church 95 Stewart Ave. Hicksville, NY 11801

Time: 

Sunday @ 3:30PM

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Heroin and other opioids are just some of the narcotics that are being brought in through the harbors of New York City. In 2014 there where over 25,000 deaths linked to fatal overdoses from Heroin and opioids in the United States with over 190 connected to Nassau County alone. Hicksville has been plagued by the drug epidemic that has already taking so many lives in this country. As of 2010 census the population of Hicksville was close to 50,000 residents the city has seen largest increase of accidental overdoses to Heroin and other prescription drugs. The epidemic that has plagued our county has become so dire that they are now starting to provide local residents with the opiate blocker Narcan to help reduce the number of accidental fatal overdoses. While this is providing an effective alternative to fatal overdoses in is not treating the disease of addiction as a whole.

Addiction is too often the cause of tragic and early death. Kayla Gerdes was 18 years old at the time her vehicle struck and killed Rebecca Twine, a 69-year-old Hempstead resident who was mowing her lawn, in 2010. Kayla admitted to taking Xanax, marijuana and oxycodone before the van she was driving hit and took the life of Ms. Twine. She was sentenced in 2012 to prison facing up to nine years, and was paroled on October 16th, 2015. Kayla became part of the National Counsel for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women, is a Justice in Education scholar at Columbia University, and will be teaching a class on Riker’s Island called “The Anthropology of Violence” starting next month.

Kayla, has been sober now for five years, believes that users can benefit from hearing her story of abuse and rehab as they attempt to turn their lives around. “Some people take a negative situation and make it worse. I want to use my story as a deterrent for those who might make the same mistake I did, so incidents like this can be prevented in the future,” she said. Kaylais aspiring to get a doctorate in public health so she can attempt to make change on a legislative level.

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