The treatment providers listed on this page are here to offer help to those seeking support with a substance use or opioid use disorder.
Click the box to get the most up-to-date list of providers and their contact information to get help during the Covid-19 crisis.
Step One - Outpatient Treatment Provider
Child & Family Guidance Center Addiction Services provides treatment programs to chemically dependent persons and their significant others. They are currently providing group and individual therapy via telemedicine.
Step One in Highland: (845) 691-9191
Step One in Ellenville: (845) 647-5400
Arms Acres - Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Provider
Arms Acres provides inpatient and outpatient services for people with alcohol and / or substance abuse problems. Our inpatient and outpatient programs address addiction and provide education and counseling for family members as well.
Admissions / Intake: 1-888-227-4641
Catholic Charities - Full Services Treatment & Recovery Center
Catholic Charities has Peer Advocates, and a full-service treatment and recovery center, that can help you begin your healing, whenever you are ready. Treatment services at Catholic Charities chemical dependency clinics will be available by telephone only. All in-person services and group programs are suspended until further notice. Telemedicine will be utilized to provide medication-assisted treatment.
Call: (845) 467-0861
Ellenville Regional Hospital - Medication Assisted Recovery
The Ellenville Regional Hospital’s, Project RESCUE, is a resource available 24 hours a day, providing Medication Assisted Recovery (Buprenorphine) to those who present to the Emergency Department in active opiate withdrawal or post overdose. Individuals in need can expect a thorough evaluation by trained and compassionate Emergency Department providers, effective management of withdrawal symptoms and linkage to a Certified Recovery Peer Advocate who will initiate a seamless transition into treatment and/or community-based resources.
Call: (845) 647-6400 Ext. 264 or 265
Walk-ins are welcome!
No appointment needed.
Institute for Family Health (IFH) - Medication Assisted Treatment
The Institute for Family Health (www.institute.org) offers Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) to patients with opioid dependence as a part of primary care. Behavioral health services are also available. All services are available via telehealth (video or phone).
Those seeking to initiate MAT at the Institute
for Family Health can reach out to MAT Care
Coordinator, Julian Mercado, at 917-359-6479.