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AREA TREATMENT SERVICES

Catskill Mountain Counseling
(845) 657-9503

Delaware County Alcohol &
Drug Abuse Services

(607) 865-7656

Delaware Valley Hospital
(607) 865-2100

The New Direction
(607) 865-4511

Phoenix House Foundation, Inc.
(607) 538-1417

Binghamton General Hospital
New Horizons Program

(607) 762-2200



MENTAL HEALTH

Delaware County
Mental Health Clinic

(607) 865-6522

Fox Care Crisis Hotline (24hrs/7days)
(877) 369-6699

Delaware Opportunities
(607) 746-1600

Safe Against Violence
(607) 746-6278

Dispute Resolution Center
of Delaware County

(607) 746-6351



INFORMATION/REFERRAL

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Council
of Delaware County

(607) 746-8300

AA Hotline
(888) 227-6237

Drug & Alcohol Hotline
(800) 522-5353

Intervention Referral
(800) 654-HOPE(4673)

Adult Children of Alcoholics
(310) 534-1815

National Association for
Children of Alcoholics

(888) 554-2627

Children of Alcoholics Foundation
(646) 505-2060

Al-Anon/Alateen
Family Group Headquarters

(888) 425-2666

Alcoholics Anonymous
(212) 870-3400

Cocaine Anonymous
(800) 347-8998

Nar-Anon Family Group
Headquarters, Inc.

(800) 477-6291

Narcotics Anonymous
(818) 773-9999

African American
Family Services

(612) 871-7878

International Nurses
Society on Addictions

(919) 821-1292

JACS (Jewish Alcoholics,
Chemically Dependent Persons
& Significant Others)

(212) 397-4197

National Alliance for
Hispanic Health

(202) 387-5000

National Black Alcoholism
& Addictions Council

(407) 532-2774



OTHER RESOURCES

Delaware County Stop DWI
(607) 746-8400

(OASAS) Office of Alcohol
and Substance Abuse Services

(518) 485-1660

Bridging….The Gap!
888-2BSober (888-227-6237)
Call when leaving detox,
treatment or incarceration.
An AA member will contact you
for support and introduce you
to our fellowship in your area.

Contact Information
Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Council of Delaware County

72 Main Street
Delhi, NY 13753
Phone: (607) 746-8300
Fax: (607) 746-6981
Email: mrosenthal@stny.twcbc.com



 

 

http://www.oasas.state..ny.us


SEEKING HELP?

If You or Someone You Know Needs Help...

There are many sources of help for people seeking help for addiction to or dependency on alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Some of these organizations listed below can be accessed via the internet; others are simply a local phone call away. Some Twelve Step groups, particularly Alcoholics Anonymous, have many local meetings.

 

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Delaware County (ADAC)

     ADAC is Delaware County’s leading source for prevention, education, referral to other agencies, interventions, and information. Click here for a full description of our programs.

  • Address: 72 Main Street, Delhi, NY 13753
  • Phone: (607) 746-8300     Fax: (607) 746-6981
  • Website: www.adaconline.org

 

Al-Anon/Alateen

     Al-Anon provides information on the effects of alcohol abuse and refers friends and families of alcohol abusers to nearby Al-Anon and Alateen support groups.

  • Headquarters: Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc.
  • Address: 1600 Corporate Landing Parkway, Virginia Beach, VA 23454-5617
  • Phone: (800) 356-9966    Fax: (757) 563-1655
  • Website: www.al-anon.org

 

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

     Founded in 1935, Alcoholics Anonymous pioneered the Twelve Steps to Recovery and remains the largest and most successful self-help organization, with several million active members world wide. The AA preamble begins: "Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with one another that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism…"

Locally the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see above) can provide you with a booklet listing the A.A. meetings in Delaware and surrounding counties. It can also put you in touch with individual AA members who would be glad to tell you about the organization.

 

A.A. Online

     Here is how to reach A.A. headquarters and other services by phone or via the Internet:

  • Headquarters: A.A. World Services, Inc.
  • Address: P.O. Box 459, New York, NY 10163
  • Phone: (212) 870-3400
  • Website: www.alcoholics-anonymous.org

 

Binghamton General Hospital (New Horizons)

     New Horizons offers prompt access to services for people suffering from alcohol or drug-related problems. Patients, family members, and referring sources may contact New Horizons at (607)762-3232 during business hours to schedule an assessment or to discuss our treatment services. During evening, and weekend hours, persons may call the detoxification unit at (607)762-2255. Licensed professional staff working as an integrated team provide treatment at all levels of care. Team members include Board Certified Addictionists, Physicians, Psychologists, Nurses and Social Workers.

 

Cocaine Anonymous

     As the name implies, CA is an organization for those seeking to recover from cocaine addiction. Since there are currently no CA meetings in Delaware County, the following web sites, addresses, and phone numbers could be helpful.

  • Headquarters: Cocaine Anonymous World Service Organization (CAWSO), Inc.
  • Address: P.O. Box 2000, Los Angeles, CA 90049-8000
  • Phone: (800) 347-8998    Fax: (310) 559-2554
  • Website: www.ca.org
  • Online Self-Test for Cocaine Addition: www.ca.org/catest.html

 

Delaware County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services

     An "addictions outpatient treatment agency serving the needs of all those whose lives have been affected by the abuse of alcohol and drugs," the "Hamden clinic," as it is often called, offers consultation, evaluation, assessment/referral, education, aftercare services, and individual, group and family treatment. It is staffed by certified counselors and clinical social workers.

 

Delaware County Mental Health Clinic

     The Mental Health Association promotes mental health education and serves the socialization needs of persons with a history of mental illness or developmental disability. Programs include a recreation and coping skills program for the disabled, parenting education, mental health workshops and seminars, information and referral, companionship programs, family and support training, assistance for self-help groups and in-service education and training for other human service providers.

 

Delaware County Stop DWI

     The Mental Health Association promotes mental health education and serves the socialization needs of persons with a history of mental illness or developmental disability. Programs include a recreation and coping skills program for the disabled, parenting education, mental health workshops and seminars, information and referral, companionship programs, family and support training, assistance for self-help groups and in-service education and training for other human service providers.

 

Delaware Valley Hospital (Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit)

     Delaware Valley Hospital is conveniently located in Walton, NY, serving a population of over 32,000 residents in Delaware County, northern Sullivan County and Pennsylvania's northeastern Wayne County. Our 25 bed facility offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic and treatment services, as well as, acute care. Specialized departments within the hospital include a 24-hour Emergency Department, the Medical patient wing, with cardiac monitoring beds, and an Addiction Treatment Program.

 

Hazelden Foundation

     Hazelden is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people recover from alcoholism and other drug addiction. It provides residential and outpatient treatment for adults and young people, programs for families affected by chemical dependency, and training for a variety of professionals. Hazelden is also known as the world's premier publisher of information on this subject and related areas.

  • Address: CO 3, PO Box 11, Center City, MN 55012-0011
  • Phone: (800) 257-7810
  • Website: www.hazelden.org

 

Leatherstocking Education on Alcoholism/Addictions Foundation
(LEAF)

     Reclaiming Lives, Strengthening Families, Building Healthy Communities LEAF Council on Alcoholism and Addictions is dedicated to helping create a community where children and adults can live in healthy environments that are free from the effects of alcoholism and other addictive diseases. We accomplish this through provision or support of education, prevention, referral, treatment, collaboration and advocacy. LEAF, which serves Otsego County, is the counterpart of ADAC, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Delaware County.

  • Address: 80 Water St., Oneonta, NY 13820
  • Phone: (607) 432-0090 or toll-free (800) 339-1894
  • Website: www.leafinc.org

 

Nar-Anon Family Groups

     Similar to Alanon, Nar-Anon is for the families and friends of narcotic addicts. In the Nar-Anon program, we learned that drug addiction is a disease that we are not responsible for. The drug user needs help and so do we. We discovered many of our efforts to control or change the situation were often actually enabling or encouraging this person to continue a self-destructive pattern. It has been a great relief to learn more effective ways of coping with this situation, while at the same time gaining some peace of mind, hope, and help for a better way to live.

  • Address: P.O. Box 656570, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365-6570
  • New York Area Meeting Information Hotline: Toll-free (800)984-0066
  • Website: www.nynaranon.org

 

Narcotics Anonymous

     Narcotics Anonymous, which sprang from the Alcoholics Anonymous movement, is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts. Started in 1947, the NA movement is one of the world's oldest and largest of its type, with nearly twenty thousand weekly meetings in seventy countries.

  • World Headquarters Office: World Service Office of NA in Los Angeles
  • Address: P.O. Box 9999, Van Nuys, CA 91409
  • Triple Cities Area of Narcotics Anonymous Hotline: (607) 774-4907
  • Triple Cities Area of NA Website: Triple Cities Area of NA
  • Narcotics Anonymous World Services Website: www.na.org

 

Rational Recovery Systems

     In Rational Recovery ®, the family has an entirely different role than in the traditional disease/treatment way of thinking. One popular idea is that families should gather together with other troubled families, seeking outside guidance and advice. One good example of this approach is Al-Anon, which views addiction/alcoholism as a family disease, and views family members as “enablers” and “codependents.” Like all addiction recovery groups, Al-Anon uses a doctrine that fosters endless dependence upon the groups, with the primary aim of simply recruiting the entire family into AA/NA.

  • Address: P.O. Box 800, Lotus, CA 95651
  • Phone: (530) 621-2667
  • Website: www.rational.org

 

Self-Mutilators Anonymous (SMA)

   Meetings are Mondays at 5:30 pm at The Turning Point - 22 Elm Street, Oneonta, NY.

   SMA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from self-harm/self-injury.

   By physical self-mutilation, we mean deliberately causing injury to our bodies without the intention of ending our lives.

   (This includes cutting or burning ourselves, tearing out body hair, scratching until blood is drawn, reopening wounds, banging our heads, breaking bones or teeth, tearing or severely biting cuticles or nails, swallowing objects, compulsive tattooing or body piercing, excessive cosmetic surgeries, acne mutilation, chewing the inside of our mouths, etc...)

   For more information call Arianna at (607) 376-3300.


Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator
(SAMHSA)

     This is SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) on-line version of the most recent National Directory of Drug Abuse and Alcoholism Treatment Programs. This Directory can be searched and will display a map that shows the location of treatment programs that meet your search specifications.

The Directory lists Federal, State, local, and private facilities that provide drug abuse and alcoholism treatment services. It contains:

  • Treatment facilities that are licensed, certified, or otherwise approved by the State substance abuse agency for inclusion in the Directory.
  • Treatment facilities administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Indian Health Service, and the Department of Defense.
  • Website: http://findtreatment.samhsa.gov

 

Veterans Crisis Line
 

      The Veterans Crisis Line, online chat and text-messaging services offer free, confidential support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, to Veterans, their families and friends. Veterans, or anyone concerned about a Veteran, can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online at http://www.VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat or text to 838255 to receive support- even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.

 

 

   


The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Delaware County is funded by
the New York State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
with additional funding from contributions and fee-for-service programs.

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