WHO WE SERVE

We help adolescents, young adults and their families treat substance abuse and co-occurring disorders with specialized, individual care.

Healing Families

Adolescents

New York Center for Living provides outpatient treatment for adolescents ages 13-18 with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. We address the biologic, psychological and social needs of our clients in a developmentally appropriate manner. Collaboration with the family, school and other providers is essential to our approach in helping our clients build a healthy, substance-free lifestyle. Our treatment philosophy relies on strengthening the family system, creating sober support networks and improving communication. We also offer individual therapy, group support family therapy, psychiatric services and integrative services specifically designed to foster healthy living in long-term sobriety.

Young Adults

New York Center for Living provides outpatient treatment for young adults ages 18-30 with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. We utilize an integrative, interdisciplinary approach to treating the complex challenges young adults face, and may serve as either a primary treatment or transition from an acute care or residential setting.

New York Center for Living helps individuals meet their goals of maintaining abstinence from substances of abuse, managing co-occurring disorders, developing productive life skills and healthy relationships that will help support efforts to individuate and reach their potential. We also offer individual therapy, group support family therapy, psychiatric services and integrative services specifically designed to foster healthy living in long-term sobriety.

Families

New York Center for Living provides outpatient treatment for families of adolescents and young adults with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. The New York Center for Living also serves families seeking prevention strategies, substance use education, and interventions. add about families in treatment without kids.

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