Outpatient Substance use Treatment Program-Housing Works Community Healthcare
*Have you been through a few drug treatment programs, only to become frustrated and give up?
*Did you have counselors who were judgmental and who didn’t understand your challenges?
*Do you want real solutions to your problems?
Housing Works Community Healthcare offers a confidential substance-use treatment program for adults.
Our Program will:
*Help you reduce and stabilize your drug use.
*Meet your individual needs.
*Reduce your ability to harm yourself or others.
*Improve your skills for daily living.
*Improve your overall health.
*Support you though either harm reduction or recovery ready treatment interventions.
*Teach you sober learning skills if you choose to stop using.
*Individual and group counseling.
*Onsite medical facility.
*Mental health services.
*HIV testing, PrEP and PEP screenings, Hepatitis treatment.
*Comprehensive care coordination.
*Transportation assistance available.
*No insurance necessary. All are welcome.
(718) 827-8700 ext. 4308 or send us an email at: OASAS@housingworks.org or visit our website: http://www.HousingWorks.org.
Monday-Wednesday and Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm/Thursday: 9:00am-9:00pm
East New York Health Center
2640 Pitkin Avenue
Brooklyn, NY between Crystal & Fountain Avenues
A and C to Euclid Avenue
B15 Fountain Avenue/Linden Boulevard
B14 Sutter Avenue/Fountain Avenue
Q8 Pitkin Avenue/Logan Street3
Housing Works Community Healthcare
Phone: (347) 988-9573
Disclaimer: This information was taken directly from the Housing Works pamphlet on Community Healthcare. Please call or email the above numbers for more information.
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