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According to the New York State Department of Health (and as originally according to the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services), roughly 12 percent of the entire New York population struggles with some type of substance abuse disorder. This 12 percent equates to over 1.9 million individuals – 1.77 million adults New Yorkers and 156,000 youth ages 12-17 currently struggle with a substance abuse disorder.

Like most states on the easter side of the United States, New York is especially hard hit by the current opioid epidemic. According to the New York Opioid Summary published by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), there were 3,224 opioid-related overdose deaths in New York in 2017 alone. The rate of opioid-related overdose deaths in New York is higher than the national average – 16.1 deaths per 100,000 persons as opposed to 14.6 deaths per 100,000 persons, respectively.

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What Is The Rehab Process?

The greatest amount of overdose deaths in New York involved fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid that is often used to cut heroin, increasing its potency and its street value. In 2013, there were 210 deaths statewide that directly involved fentanyl. In 2017, this number had grown to 2,238. While the number of deaths involving heroin and other opioids continues to rise, many drug rehabs in New York are opening their doors to residents in need.

Unfortunately, not all of these New York treatment centers are accredited and legitimate. That is where we come into play. Our goal is to help pair you with a licensed and effective New York drug rehab – one that will cover all of your individualized needs and help you get started on your own personal journey of addiction recovery.

Why Is Rehab Important?

The length of your stay at a New York rehab will depend on the severity of your addiction, the length of time you have abusing chemical substances, any present underlying or co-occurring disorder, and several other factors. If inpatient treatment is not a viable option, we will help set you up with a treatment program that suits your individual requirements. We also work with intensive outpatient programs in New York, partial hospitalizations programs, and many other treatment programs that offer a variety of options based on your needs.

If you have been struggling with substance abuse and you have tried to quit repeatedly only to find yourself unable to do so for any significant length of time, entering into a New York treatment program is a logical next step. Committing to inpatient drug rehab can be overwhelming – there are innumerable resources on the internet, and you may not know which are credible and which are not.

Fortunately, we are available to help you sift through all of the potential options and find the one New York rehab that will be a perfect fit for you. No two cases of addiction are alike, thus no two programs of recovery should be the same. We will take all of your personal information into account and match you with the program of recovery that is sure to make a lasting, positive impact on your life. For more information, give us a call today.

New York Drug Rehabs

With all of the treatment centers in New York, it can be difficult to determine which is the right fit for you. Fortunately, we are available to help you narrow down your options. First of all, it is important to consider which medically monitored detox program you will attend. In many instances, New York treatment centers will offer their own detox programs, allowing you to transfer directly from detox to inpatient treatment, reducing the risk of relapse significantly. We are also available to help you find a detox program that will cater to your specific needs and medical requirements. Once you have completed detox, you will transfer directly to one of many legitimate New York treatment facilities, where you will undergo intensive therapy and other effective treatment methodologies for anywhere from one to six months.

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Directory

If you are seeking drug and alcohol addiction rehab for yourself or a loved one, our helpline is a confidential and convenient solution.

Calls to our general helpline are referred to JCAHO accredited rehab facilities in our recommended network of treatment providers.

Alternatives to finding addiction treatment or learning about substance abuse:

SAMHSA Treatment Finder at

National Institute On Drug Abuse at

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