Outpatient substance use treatment
Outpatient Substance Use Treatment helps individuals struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders through caring, integrated and evidence-based approaches. We also provide services to those impacted by the substance use of another individual. Program enrollment includes substance use counseling, case management, vocational counseling, group therapy and healthcare services.
M, Th, F 8:30AM - 5:00PM & Tu, Wed 8:30AM - 7:00PM
1900 2nd Avenue, 9th Floor | 212-360-7754
Family and Employment Services Program (FESP)
The Family and Employment Services Program (FESP) helps individuals and families overcome substance use issues, stabilize family relationships, expand employment options and improve overall health and mental health status. Treatment is tailored with active patient participation to ensure the best opportunity for recovery. Program eligibility includes individuals 18 years and older, who are struggling with substance use or dependence issues; or individuals 5 years and older, impacted by the substance use of another person. Prospect patients can come to the 9th floor for a prescreen Monday - Friday from 9:00AM - 10:30AM.
Contact Beth Shuzman, CASAC, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-360-7754.
Methadone Maintenance Treatment
The Methadone Maintenance Treatment Programs (MMTP) are designed to meet the individual needs of those struggling with opiate addiction. Treatment is received under the supervision of a physician. Program enrollment includes substance use counseling, case management, vocational counseling, group therapy, healthcare services and ambulatory withdrawal.
M - F 6:30AM - 6:00PM & Sat 7:00AM - 12:00PM
1900 2nd Avenue, 12th Floor | 212-360-7793
Multitrack Abstinence Program (MAP)
The Multitrack Abstinence Program (MAP) is a methadone-to-abstinence program that offers outpatient treatment to those that are opioid dependent and seeking medication assisted treatment. Efforts are made to tailor treatment plans to meet the individual and evolving needs of the patient. Prospective patients, those 18 years and over, can come to the 12th floor for a prescreen Monday - Friday from 8:30AM - 10:00AM.
Contact Carol Bartos, LCSW, Program Supervisor, at email@example.com or 212-360-7828.
Extended Care Program (ECP)
The Extended Care Program (ECP) is a methadone maintenance program that provides long-term outpatient care for people who require ongoing treatment in order to become or remain free from use of opioids. The goals of the program are to help patients maintain abstinence from illicit drug use while addressing their medical, mental health, family, interpersonal, housing, legal and vocational needs. Treatment is tailored with active patient participation to ensure the best opportunity for recovery. Prospective patients, those 18 years and over, who are struggling with opiate addiction can come to the 12th floor for a prescreen Monday - Friday from 8:30AM - 10:00AM.
Contact Robin Mitchell, MS, CASAC, Program Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-360-7797.
Pregnant Addicts and Addicted Mothers (PAAM)
The Pregnant Addicts and Addicted Mothers (PAAM) program is a comprehensive family-care program designed to meet the needs of all opioid-dependent women, including those who have children or are pregnant. Program goals for each woman are to curtail substance use, reduce the risk of disease, manage mental health and chronic health conditions, gain medical and economic stability, have a healthy delivery if pregnant, be an able parent and help children develop both physically and psychologically. Program eligibility includes women 18 years and older, who are pregnant or have children and are struggling with opiate addiction. Prospective patients come to the 12th floor for a prescreen Monday - Friday from 8:30AM - 10:00AM.
Contact Liliana Villar-Durrani, LCSW-R, CASAC, Program Supervisor, at email@example.com or 212-360-7814.
Opiate Overdose Prevention
The Opiate Overdose Prevention program trains patients, significant others, and community members on how to effectively use Naloxone to reverse a potentially fatal overdose caused by heroin or other opioids. Trainings are offered by CCHP staff in English and Spanish and take place on-site at CCHP and off-site upon request. Upon completion, participants will know how to identify the signs of an overdose, what action steps to take and how to administer the easy to use nasal-spray Naloxone to save a life. Participants will be given their own “blue bag” which contains, two doses of Naloxone, along with a prescription card and an easy to follow guide. Trainings are available for anyone over the age of 18. Contact Denece Ryland, RN, MMTP Nursing Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-786-7319.