September 23, 2018


Utica: 1508 Genesee St. 366-4100.

Rome: 303 W. Liberty St., second floor. 367-1280. Methadone clinic: 315-367-1290.

Herkimer, 210 S. Main St., 717-0189.

Walk-in assessments: Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

‒ Outpatient treatment: intensive available; young adult program for teens; dual recovery program for addiction and mental illness; professionals group at some locations; criminal justice group; Saturday group for extra weekend support, trauma therapy

‒ Medication-assisted treatment: Suboxone, Vivitrol. In Rome: methadone

‒ Housing: Albert O. Nichols Supportive Living House, a halfway house for men in Herkimer


Rome Memorial Hospital, 264 W. Dominick St., Rome. 334-4701.

Walk-in assessments: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

‒ Outpatient Treatment: Individual, group and family counseling; intensive outpatient available; dual diagnosis groups for addiction and mental illness and/or trauma; DWI assessments; licensed professionals program; program for adolescents; programs geared to men or women; specialized groups geared for opioid recovery

‒ Medication-assisted treatment: Suboxone, Revia, Vivitrol, Campral.

‒ Support Group: Free family support group at Rome Memorial Hospital at 6 p.m. on the third Monday of every month; “Give It a Whirl for Wellness” creative activity and support group with Center for Family Life and Recovery for anyone overcoming a challenge on Mondays – times vary – at RMH Radiation Medicine, 107 E. Chestnut St., Rome. 315-768-2650 for information.

‒ Naloxone trainings


502 Court St., Utica. 507-5800

‒ Walk-in assessments: Mondays through Thursdays, starting at 8:30 a.m.

‒ Outpatient treatment: DWI treatment program, dual diagnosis group for addiction and mental illness; adolescent group; LGBT group; grief counseling

‒ Medication-assisted treatment: Suboxone, Vivitrol, Revia, methadone (through the Landmark Opioid Treatment Program at McPike Addiction Treatment Center)

‒ Support group: For families (in cooperation with the Center for Family Life and Recovery).

‒ Housing: Housing assistance and support services for homeless with substance abuse and/or mental health issues who are in treatment.

‒ Naloxone trainings


500 Whitesboro St., Utica. 724-5168.

‒ Walk-in assessments: Mondays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Fridays, 9 a.m. to noon. If in a crisis, just show up and they’ll try to work you in.

‒ Residential treatment: Currently intensive treatment during six-to-nine-month stays, but state approval is pending for a transition to a program with stabilization and short-term residential rehabilitation.

‒ Outpatient treatment: Programs for adolescents and for dual diagnosis, women’s track; criminal justice group for re-entry; relapse prevention; stress reduction clinic; recovery peer advocate; DWI assessments and counseling

‒ Day rehabilitation treatment: More intensive outpatient treatment that starts at five days per week.

‒ Medication-assisted treatment: Suboxone, Sublocade (injectable version of Suboxone), Vivitrol

‒ Support group: For families. Will be starting social group for alumni.

‒ Housing: Possible expansion into supportive housing and recovery services – state approval pending.

‒ Naloxone training


1213 Court St., Utica. 738-4600

‒ Inpatient treatment: Programs for dual recovery, women and gambling addiction

‒ Medication-assisted treatment: Outpatient methadone clinic – Landmark Opioid Treatment Program — run by CNY Milestones

‒ Naloxone trainings


287 Genesee St., Utica. 315-793-0661.

‒ Prevention: Syringe exchange program; referrals to available treatment beds; harm reduction program for injection drug users

‒ Naloxone trainings


1408 Genesee St., Utica. 315-724-2158.

‒ Housing: Housing assistance to help people with mental illness live in their own residences; men’s and women’s halfway houses for people coming out of inpatient substance abuse treatment.


502 Court St., Utica. 315-733-1709

‒ Support group: Family support group, Thursdays, 6 -7 p.m. Milestones Conference Room, seconf loor office, 502 Court Street, Utica. In collaboration with CNY Services Milestones.

‒ Family assistance: Family support navigator to help families with support, finding treatment, addiction education and other services. Educational classes and Community Reinforcement and Family Training (or, CRAFT) for families.

‒ Prevention: Prevention services for schools, colleges and the community including evidence-based and non-evidence-based prevention education, positive alternatives to substance use, parenting classes, education and awareness of substance use disorder, trauma-informed care, Concealing Secrets teen mobile kit, Concealing Secrets Part II, trainings/presentations/forums, town halls, work with community coalitions, MedReturn units in law enforcement stations/municipal buildings throughout Oneida County.


293 Genesee St., Utica. 735-1645.

‒ Other treatment: Addiction Stabilization Center (at 210 Lansing St.) to help people with substance abuse issues to stop using and stabilize before moving into treatment programs. Peer advocates.

‒ Housing: Parker House After Care Program. A halfway house for men in recovery from addiction.

‒ Coming soon: 24/7 open access center in partnership with the Neighborhood Center


26 Johnson Park, Utica. 315-734-9608.

‒ Housing: Supportive housing for women with substance abuse or mental health issues who have children; for women with mental health issues or dual diagnosis; and for women in treatment who have children.


624 Elizabeth St., Utica. 315-272-2600.

‒ Coming soon: 24/7 open access mobile crisis services

‒ BRiDGES, Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, 315-697-3947.


‒ Statewide list of scheduled trainings in how to use naloxone, the drug that can reverse an opioid overdose:

‒ Statewide directory of treatment providers and availability:

‒ New York State HOPEline, 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (short code 467369)

‒ Combat Heroin, for more information on addiction.

‒ For help talking to kids:

‒ Partnership for Drug Free Kids.



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