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Huntington Station, New York

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When searching for drug or alcohol rehabilitation in the Huntington Station area it is important to weigh out the many options available. Finding the right treatment facility to fit you and your families needs can be difficult and frustrating. We have a number of addiction professional available to assess and guide you through this daunting task.

Addiction is a confusing disease which can all too often end in tragedy and death. Detoxification, also known as Detox, and Rehabilitation Centers, often called Rehabs, provide varying levels of care and duration of stay. There are also different needs to be met in order to receive treatment from these institutions. A majority of companies will work with private or public health insurance, while some require full payment up front. We can run a free and completely confidential assessment to gauge your insurance requirements and help connect you or a loved one with the best possible care.

Long Island has been following a troubling trend. While it’s giant neighbor New York City is experiencing a large revival and reduction in crime and drug abuse smaller communities and cities on the island have been rolling into a downward spiral. What was once a largely inner city drug trade has found new footing in Suffolk county.

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Daytop Village

Keeping the family unit together is the ideal, and if after assessment it is deemed likely that a teen will respond to the Outpatient Program, he or she may attend an Integrated Outpatient center located in or near the communities where they live.

In the Aftercare program clients return to their neighborhood high schools, begin college, or start working. They continue to attend counseling and support groups at the Daytop center in the afternoon or evening. Counselors assist teens as they reintegrate with school and old friends, and encourage them in reaching new goals.

Address:
Suffolk Outreach 2075 New York Avenue Huntington Station, NY 11746

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West Hills Sobriety First

Closed Group 1st Thursday Step Study

Address:
West Hills United Methodist Church W Hills Ct, Huntington Station, NY 11746

Time:

Thursday @ 6PM

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High Noon

Monday – 12 pm – Downstairs Back Entrance

Tuesday – 12 pm – Downstairs Back Entrance

Wednesday – 12 pm – Downstairs Back Entrance

Thursday – 12 pm – Downstairs Back Entrance

Friday – 12 pm – Downstairs Back Entrance

Address:
Saint Elizabeth Parish 175 Wolf Hill Rd, Melville, Huntington, NY, United States 11747

Narcotics Anonymous

The Guiding Light

This meeting is open to addicts and non-addicts alike. All are welcome.BBeginnersThis meeting is focused on the needs of new members of NA. This meeting is held by candlelight. This meeting has a format that changes for each meeting. This meeting has a fixed sharing order (usually a circle.) This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer.

Address:
Gloria Dei Evangelical Lutheran Church 22 E 18th St, Huntington Station, NY 11746

Time:

Saturday @ 7PM

Narcotics Anonymous

New Awakenings

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:
St. Elizabeth Church 175 Wolf Hill Rd, Melville, NY 11747

Time:

Saturday @ 1:30PM

Narcotics Anonymous

Your Basic Step

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 is focused on discussion of the Basic Text of Narcotics Anonymous. 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. This meeting is wheelchair accessible. Approved N.A. Books

Address:
St. Hugh’s Church, 21 East 9th Street, Huntington Station, New York 11746, United States

Time:

Tuesday @ 7PM

Narcotics Anonymous

Never Again

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

Beginners-This meeting is focused on the needs of new members of NA.

Discussion-This meeting invites participation by all attendees.

Round Robin-This meeting has a fixed sharing order (usually a circle.)

Step-This meeting is focused on discussion of the Twelve Steps of NA.

Timer-This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer.

Address:
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church 22 E. 18th St. Huntington Station, NY 11746

Time:

Sunday @ 7PM

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Last summer a Huntington Station man named Adrian Bonilla was arrested after leaving his Shelly Place apartment. He was found in possession of three and a half ounces of cocaine. This alone is an amount large enough to clearly be for distribution, but a search of the man’s home revealed much more. Hidden behind the drywall in various areas of the home small containers were found. They added up to almost twenty four pounds of cocaine and $3,000,000 in cash. Adrian Bonilla has been arraigned and awaits trial for a long list of charges.

Huntington Station has long been considered a dangerous Hamlet. It has suffered decades of drug wars and gang violence. Police response has been steadily increasing to meet this threat. The town has deployed a “spotshotter” security system, a series of microphones designed to pinpoint the location of a gunshot as well as 42 new video cameras. Squad cars are also now more than ever equipping officers with the training and possession of Narcan, a medicine used to revive a person currently overdosing on an opiate such as heroin. Citizens have also seen the need for Narcan in their own lives. The South Huntington Public Library has been host to several civilian ran seminars that train townspeople in the medications use and provide it free of charge.

The effects of crime and drugs go beyond the individual and often pass down to the next generation. In one such case a Huntington Station man and his two sons, one who is a gang member, were arrested after authorities issued a search warrant on their 28 11th Ave. home and seized several weapons and thousands of dollars worth of drugs Authorities recovered crack cocaine and marijuana worth about $3,000 to $3,700, digital scales, various drug packaging equipment, a bulletproof vest and a large number of weapons. Zachary Watkins Sr., 75, and his sons Tracy Watkins, 42, a confirmed member of the South Side Posse gang, and Zachary Watkins Jr., 46, were arrested and face several charges.

Addiction can drive a person to find themselves in positions they would never have been otherwise. Sarah Stroeble was described by her friends as caring and loving. “She was en route to becoming a massage therapist,” said her close friend, Sami Love. “When she was young, she used to go on missionary trips. She just really loved to help people.”
But Love and another close friend recalled Strobel’s decline into serious drug addiction at age 19. After short stints in jail, Strobel had asked one of her friends to pick her up in Riverhead in April 2013. “She had mentioned something about possibly being an escort and how she could make a lot of money in a short amount of time,” said the friend who doesn’t want her name used. “It kind of really surprised me, because that was not the person I knew. She said something about $200 or $300 an hour.” Sarah’s friends began to see less and less of her. They kept their distance as her addiction worsened. Sarah suffered the worst possible outcome, her body was found in a nature preserve in Huntington, her murder remains unsolved.

Please do not allow this story to repeat itself. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction there are more ways than ever before to seek recovery. Call us today to begin your journey.

Last summer a Huntington Station man named Adrian Bonilla was arrested after leaving his Shelly Place apartment. He was found in possession of three and a half ounces of cocaine. This alone is an amount large enough to clearly be for distribution, but a search of the man’s home revealed much more. Hidden behind the drywall in various areas of the home small containers were found. They added up to almost twenty four pounds of cocaine and $3,000,000 in cash. Adrian Bonilla has been arraigned and awaits trial for a long list of charges.

Huntington Station has long been considered a dangerous Hamlet. It has suffered decades of drug wars and gang violence. Police response has been steadily increasing to meet this threat. The town has deployed a “spotshotter” security system, a series of microphones designed to pinpoint the location of a gunshot as well as 42 new video cameras. Squad cars are also now more than ever equipping officers with the training and possession of Narcan, a medicine used to revive a person currently overdosing on an opiate such as heroin. Citizens have also seen the need for Narcan in their own lives. The South Huntington Public Library has been host to several civilian ran seminars that train townspeople in the medications use and provide it free of charge.

The effects of crime and drugs go beyond the individual and often pass down to the next generation. In one such case a Huntington Station man and his two sons, one who is a gang member, were arrested after authorities issued a search warrant on their 28 11th Ave. home and seized several weapons and thousands of dollars worth of drugs Authorities recovered crack cocaine and marijuana worth about $3,000 to $3,700, digital scales, various drug packaging equipment, a bulletproof vest and a large number of weapons. Zachary Watkins Sr., 75, and his sons Tracy Watkins, 42, a confirmed member of the South Side Posse gang, and Zachary Watkins Jr., 46, were arrested and face several charges.

Addiction can drive a person to find themselves in positions they would never have been otherwise. Sarah Stroeble was described by her friends as caring and loving. “She was en route to becoming a massage therapist,” said her close friend, Sami Love. “When she was young, she used to go on missionary trips. She just really loved to help people.”
But Love and another close friend recalled Strobel’s decline into serious drug addiction at age 19. After short stints in jail, Strobel had asked one of her friends to pick her up in Riverhead in April 2013. “She had mentioned something about possibly being an escort and how she could make a lot of money in a short amount of time,” said the friend who doesn’t want her name used. “It kind of really surprised me, because that was not the person I knew. She said something about $200 or $300 an hour.” Sarah’s friends began to see less and less of her. They kept their distance as her addiction worsened. Sarah suffered the worst possible outcome, her body was found in a nature preserve in Huntington, her murder remains unsolved.

Please do not allow this story to repeat itself. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction there are more ways than ever before to seek recovery. Call us today to begin your journey.

Call Us Today! (855) 213-4447 Help is Waiting.