New York Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers
Law enforcement and government officials are working to decrease illicit drug trafficking, which runs through the New York and New Jersey areas along the interstate highways throughout the regions.3 Many New Yorkers are touched by substance abuse disorders. If you or your loved one are in need of New York rehab treatment, you are not alone. American Addiction Centers can help you navigate your recovery options.
Where is Treatment Located in New York?
The 2018 United States National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services reported that there are 898 New York rehab centers.4 There are facilities across the entire state that one can choose from, including larger urban areas like New York City, Yonkers, Buffalo, Albany, and Syracuse, as well as smaller cities, suburban, rural areas, and surrounding states. American Addiction Centers’ Sunrise House Treatment Center in New Jersey is easily accessible from New York state.
Sunrise House is in Lafayette, New Jersey, in beautiful, rural Sussex County. The facility has offered substance abuse disorder treatment for over 40 years and was once a monastery. The treatment center is an easy ride from most regions of New York.
Address: 37 Sunset Inn Road Lafayette Township, NJ 07848 Get directions.
Our New Jersey rehabilitation center program offerings include:
- Medical detox.
- Live-in rehabilitation.
- Individual and group therapies
- Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT).
- Co-occurring disorder treatment.
- Aftercare planning and access to our alumni network.
We’re here to answer any of your questions about treatment options in the state of New Jersey (and beyond). Give us a call today at .
What is the Cost of Rehab in New York?
Many New York rehabs accept some form of private or state-funded insurance and most also accept private payments.4 American Addiction Centers’ Sunrise House accepts many private insurance plans through large companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and more. If you or your loved one do not have insurance, other options such as private payments, payment plans, or state-funded rehabs may provide a solution.
Does Insurance Cover Rehab in NY?
While private pay is an option, many people find their insurance actually covers at least a portion of their treatment depending on their individual policies and needs.
AAC’s Sunrise House treatment center accepts various private insurance plans, working with both large and small providers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and United Healthcare. Other rehab centers accept plans through government-funded insurance companies like Medicaid, or offer state-funded rehab.
If you’re among the many people who don’t have health insurance, then you might be wondering what your options are. For those that don’t have private or state-funded insurance, free rehabs are available. American Addiction Centers can also work with you to set up a private payment plan or discuss alternative payment options.2,3
If you’re wondering what your behavioral health benefits are in the state of New York, use our tool below. You can also explore payment options for rehab.
Do Rehab Centers in New York Treat Alcohol and Drug Addiction?
Yes, New York alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers treat all forms of addiction, including drug and alcohol addiction. Although some New York rehabs may focus on treating one type of addiction or a certain population of those struggling with addiction, this is usually not the case. More often than not, New York rehab centers treat a wide range of populations and addictions to various types of drugs.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that most issues treated by drug treatment centers in New York State are related to the following substances:5
Other Ways to Get Help & New York Rehab Resources
New York offers a number of region-specific resources for you or a loved one who needs support in seeking care for substance abuse disorder. These resources include:
Common NY Rehab & Addiction Statistics:
- In 2019, 269,448 NewYorkers were admitted for substance abuse treatment.5
- Roughly 12 percent of New York State residents 12 years and older have reported a substance use disorder.6
- As of 2015, statewide, over 1.9 million New Yorkers suffered from a substance abuse disorder statewide.6
- In NY State, excessive alcohol use is the cause of over 4,000 deaths each year.6
- Around 2.8 percent of New Yorkers ages 12 years and up report misusing pain relievers.7, p.10
- In 2018, there were 11,006 New Yorker emergency room visits due to opioid overdose.7, p.11
- During 2019, the highest rates of admissions for opioid addiction treatment were in rural counties.7, p.12
- In NY State, excessive alcohol leads to over 4,000 deaths each year.6
Find Rehab in New York
If you are searching for rehab in New York, Sunrise House Detox Center offers multiple levels of care to people struggling with every form of drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental health treatment options for co-occurring disorders. Be sure to call one of our admissions navigators today. Your admissions navigator will help you find the right New York rehab for your particular needs and situation, and will be happy to point you towards a multitude of free NY-based resources.
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New York Rehab Frequently Asked Questions
- National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2021). New York: opioid-involved deaths and related harms.
- New York State Department of Health. (2016). The behavioral risk factor surveillance system brief.
- National Drug Intelligence Center. (2008). New York/New Jersey high intensity drug trafficking area drug market analysis.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2018). National survey of substance abuse treatment services.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). Treatment episode data set.
- New York State Department of Health. (2015). Priority area: mental health/substance abuse.
- New York State Department of Health. (2020). Opioid annual report.
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2004). What is substance abuse treatment? a booklet for families.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020). National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020). Principles of drug addiction treatment: principles of effective treatment.
- Centers for Disease Control. (2021). Prescription drug monitoring programs: what healthcare providers need to know.
- Drug Policy Alliance. (2021). 911 good samaritan: explaining new york’s fatal overdose prevention law.
- New York State Department of Health. (2021). Availability of naloxone in pharmacies.
- New York State Department of Health. (2021). Expanded syringe access program safety insert.
- New York State Unified Court System. (2020). Drug treatment courts.
- National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020). Principles of drug addiction treatment: behavioral therapies.