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Helping men, women, and teens across New York reclaim their lives.

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Phoenix House New York

1 888 671 9392

Our New York Locations



Residential Campus

Home to a community residence for men, outpatient programs for adults and teens, mental health community residence, and military services.


Brentwood Outpatient Program

Outpatient treatment, mental health services, medical assessment, and case management for adults, teens, and members of the military.


185th Street Short Term Residential Program

Short-term, intensive substance abuse parole residential treatment program for men.


Prospect Place Community Residence

Short-term community residence for men who have completed residential treatment and require additional support for independent living.


Career Academy

Combining a men’s adult residential treatment program with one of Brooklyn’s most successful vocational schools.


Community Recovery Center

A recovery support center offering counseling, resources and referrals to a network of organizations that assist in recovery.

East Hampton

East Hampton Outpatient

Adult and adolescent outpatient treatment, assessments, family counseling, and impaired driver programs.



Men’s residential treatment services with varying lengths of stay.

Lake Ronkonkoma

Ronkonkoma Campus

Gender-specific residential treatment for men, women, and for women entering treatment while pregnant or caring for young children.

Long Island City

Long Island City Center

Gender-specific adult residential treatment with varying lengths of stay.

Long Island City

Detoxification Program

Medically monitored outpatient detoxification and rehabilitation program providing assessments and safe withdrawal.

New York

Project YES

An after-school prevention and intervention program for at-risk youth (ages 13 to 20).

New York

Jack Aron Center

A range of programs, including gender-specific adult community residence, outpatient and military services, and impaired driver programs.

New York


Outpatient treatment for teens and young adults struggling with substance misuse.

New York

Central Admissions Office

Our admissions team helps you find the program that best meets your needs.

Shrub Oak

Academy in Westchester - Yorktown

Residential substance abuse program for teen boys and girls (ages 14 to 20), along with an on-site high school and vocational center.
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Resource Center Smithtown

Education, Assessment, and Referral Services for the Long Island community

South Kortright

Delaware County Center

Residential substance abuse treatment for men.

Springfield Gardens

Springfield Gardens - Mental Health Community Residence

Residential care for individuals grappling with co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issues.


Academy on Long Island

Residential treatment center and high school offering varying lengths of stay for young men (ages 14 to 20) struggling with substance abuse.

Our Team

Phoenix House New York

Steven Margolies, M.D.

Vice President of Clinical and Medical Services and Medical Director of New York
Certified in addiction medicine, Steven has dedicated his career to serving high-risk populations.
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Christopher Alcazar

Vice President and Director of New York Region Admissions, Recovery Services and Community Relationships
Christopher handles community relationships, admissions, and recovery services for New York.

Denise Buckley

Director of Community Residences
Denise, director of community residences, is motivated by a belief in second chances.

Treatment Approach

Our treatment philosophy is based on the understanding that addiction is a chronic disease. Individuals suffering from substance use disorders deserve evidence-based treatment in settings that offer privacy and dignity.

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Insurance and Payment Options

Our experienced staff is skilled at working with all types of insurance providers to help you access the treatment you need. Phoenix House is an in-network provider for most major insurance carriers, managed care programs, and Medicaid.

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Whom do you treat and what types of services does Phoenix House New York offer?

Phoenix House New York offers short-term and long-term residential, intensive outpatient, and general outpatient treatment. We also offer treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders, detoxification services, medical, psychiatric, and dental services, and impaired driver programs. Our services are designed to meet the individual needs of adolescents and adults at various stages of recovery, including mothers…

How do I get admitted to your program?

If you or a loved one are in need of treatment, our call center is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week at 1 888 671 9392.

Do your programs accept insurance?

Yes, we are contracted with most insurance providers and accept almost all insurance plans. Please call to schedule an assessment, and our expert admissions staff will be happy to discuss insurance and payment options.

Phoenix Rising Music

The Phoenix Rising Music Program Hits the Road

Music is a form of therapy, and our clients love expressing themselves through original songs. We wanted to make our state-of-the-art studio available to clients across New York—so we took it on tour! Here’s some of the great work being produced at Phoenix House locations in the five boroughs and beyond.

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Across Phoenix House

Our Perspectives

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The Sad Statistics Behind Kathie Lee and Hoda’s “Happy Hour”

TODAY show hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb often start the morning with wine and cocktails. In light of troubling studies regarding drinking among adult women, why are they glorifying a warning sign of alcoholism?


New York News

recovery group gets proclamation

National Recovery Day in Brooklyn

National Recovery Day in Brooklyn


In The Headlines

Participants at the 2014 Fed Up! Rally

Thousands Join Together to Call for a Federal Response to the Opioid Addiction Epidemic

On September 28, 2,000 members of the medical community, people in recovery, family members of overdose victims, and other activists gathered in Washington, D.C., for the second annual FED UP! Rally.