Kingsbury, New York, is located in Washington County.
Drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs provided in the area include:
- medical detox
- residential drug rehab
- outpatient drug rehab
- dual diagnosis care for co-occurring disorders
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Rehab Center Near Kingsbury, New York
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The listed program demonstrates the quality of their care through:
- state licensure
Conifer Park, Glen Falls, New York
Conifer Park is a comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility with several locations in New York State.
This network of treatment centers is able to offer accommodations for people who are visually impaired and for those who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
- Joint Commission accreditation
- state licensure
Levels of care:
- long-term residential treatment
- inpatient treatment
- intensive outpatient program (IOP)
- outpatient program (OP)
- medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- family therapy
- Suboxone treatment
- dual diagnosis treatment
- relapse prevention
- medication management
- gender-specific treatment
- peer recovery support
- deaf and hard-of-hearing services
- private health insurance
Location and contact information:
55 Elm St.
Glen Falls, NY 12081
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Updated on June 19, 2023
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- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) -- New York