Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab in Huntington NY

Huntington, New York

A wide variety of treatment options are available today. Finding the best location and course of care can be a daunting task. Every case is unique, and finding a personalized treatment option can make all the difference. We can help take the guess work out of this situation and find the help that yourself or those you care about can find the recovery they need.

Most treatment centers will work with private or public insurance. We can perform a pre-assessment to determine your eligibility of insurance as well as pair you with an appropriate treatment facility in your area or nationwide. Our staff can help with the confusion and stress that is dealing with addiction. Please call today, it is never too late or too early to find a way out.

New York City has long been a major hub in the drug trade. With it’s extremely large population and critical ports it has hosted drug trafficking from all over the world for decades. The last several years has seen a dynamic change in the drug business. While these substances still arrive in New York they often don’t stay there very long. Inner city drug dealing has shifted toward smaller cities and suburbs and found a large population of addicts to cater to.

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Huntington Group

Sunday – 7:30 pm – Closed Discussion

Tuesday – 1:00 pm – Closed Group

Wednesday – 8:30 pm – Big Book Study

Address:
Old First Church 125 Main St, Huntington, NY, United States 11743

Narcotics Anonymous

Choose Your Weapon

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 one or more Informational Pamphlets. This meeting is focused on discussion of the It Works -How and Why text. This meeting is focused on discussion of the Just For Today text. Please do not bring children to this meeting. This meeting has a fixed sharing order (usually a circle.) This meeting is focused on discussion of the Twelve Steps of NA. This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer.

Address:
Central Presbyterian Church 240 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743

Time:

Saturday @ 9AM

Narcotics Anonymous

Gates Of Delivery

This meeting is open to addicts and non-addicts alike. All are welcome. This meeting gathers in a facility that is usually closed on holidays. This meeting is focused on discussion of the Just For Today text. This meeting is lead by a speaker, then opened for participation by attendees. This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer. This meeting is wheelchair accessible. Approved N.A. Books

Address:
Cinema Arts Centre 423 Park Ave, Huntington, NY 11743

Time:

Thursday @ 7PM

Narcotics Anonymous

Guppy Group

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. This meeting has sharing time limited by a timer. This meeting is wheelchair accessible.

Address:
New Community Cinema 423 Park Avenue, Huntington, NY 11743

Time:

Wednesday @ 7PM

Narcotics Anonymous

Keep It Green

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.

Closed Holidays-This meeting gathers in a facility that is usually closed on holidays.

Discussion-This meeting invites participation by all attendees.

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

Address:
Old First Church 125 Main St., Huntington, NY 11743

Time:

Monday @ 7:30PM

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A deadly epidemic has been spreading in the United States. In 2015 alone there were more than 10,500 deaths from heroin, and almost 19,000 deaths from prescription painkillers. This was an all time high set last year, beating out the previous record breaking year that was 2014. While there has been a reduction in overdoses from prescription painkiller use these numbers have been more than replaced by deaths caused by heroin. Since 1990 the potency of heroin has increased by 60%, and many overdoses are caused by drugs such as Fentanyl, a very powerful synthetic opiate often used to “cut” heroin on the street.

This has led law enforcement and ambulance crews to significantly increase the training and availability of Narcan, a drug designed to prolong the life of a person who is actively overdosing. Today more than one third of police cruisers in Suffolk county carry Narcan, and almost 100% or ambulances. Community organizations have also taken an initiative to arm themselves with this medicine. A nasal form of Narcan, a drug that was once only administered intravenously, is gaining ground to assist citizens with little or no medical training. Unfortunately Narcan can only help so much, as it’s effects have a short time span and can not revive those too far into an overdose.

Effects of drugs can pose a real risk to more than just those addicted. In February of 2016 a 26 year old man named Daniel Cirello was observed by police driving recklessly at over 100mph. Cirello, police said, was finally stopped at the intersection of Route 48 and Horseshoe Lane, where an office “observed the defendant with slow slurred speech, blood-shot glassy eyes, and drooling from mouth… He was also having a hard time walking and staying awake,” police said, and failed standardized field sobriety tests administered. Further investigation revealed that Cirello was concealing a “large quantity of narcotics in his pants,” police said. This included heroin, cocaine, and Xanax.

Huntington is one in a long line of communities feeling the spreading growth of drug addiction. It is communities like these that are starting to lead in drug arrests and deaths. Suffolk county has seen an increase of overdoses significantly higher in the last four years than neighboring New York City. The greatest defense against this rise is the proper education and placement of those affected. This pertains not only to those currently addicted, but the understanding of the communities at large. Study after study shows that incarceration and monetary fines do little or nothing to assist the individual addicts toward long term sobriety. This approach does little good in preventing the tragedies seen above.

Resources and support for addiction recovery is available today in ways never seen before. We can help. We have the expertise, experience, and ability to assist in this most difficult endeavor. Please call us today and find the help we can provide.

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