Phoenix House Lake Ronkonkoma Campus
Lake Ronkonkoma, New York
Our programs for men, women, and mothers with young children treat the whole person, addressing medical, psychiatric, and vocational needs.
Three programs are located at the Phoenix House Lake Ronkonkoma Campus on Long Island:
Our Women’s Residential Program prepares adults to lead healthy, drug-free lives. We provide substance abuse treatment services, individual counseling; peer support and group therapy; as well as relapse prevention and life skills training. On-site support services include vocational, educational, medical, dental, and psychiatric care.
The Mother and Child Program supplies a nurturing environment for women who enter substance abuse treatment while pregnant or caring for young children (up to two years old). While mothers engage in treatment activities, their children are cared for at our on-site Child Development Center, where they receive developmental evaluations and pediatric care. Treatment focuses on behavioral change, relapse prevention, developing parenting skills, reuniting families, and rebuilding family relationships.
Treatment at our Men’s Program involves individual and group counseling as well as the evidence-based therapeutic interventions that address specific client needs. The Men’s program allows clients to redefine who they are as human beings while addressing views on manhood/rites of passage. Counseling sessions allow our residents to articulate their feelings appropriately.
Most major insurance plans and all major credit cards accepted.
Find Us153 Lake Shore Road
Lake Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
1 888 671 9392
1 888 671 9392
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.
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.
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… more
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.
Our Core Services
Mother and Child Residential Services
Phoenix House offers comprehensive and professional services for pregnant women and mothers and their young children in residential settings.
A variety of educational opportunities are available, including services to help clients obtain a high school equivalency diploma, attend college, and/or receive certification in a desired field, such as nursing.
Clients in the Women’s Residential Program who are involved with a criminal justice agency or have co-occurring mental health problems are eligible to attend our day treatment Reclaim Program at the Phoenix House Brentwood Campus.
Mothers and their young children live together in our warm, welcoming Mother and Child Programs, where addiction treatment is offered alongside parenting education, day care, and other services—because families recover best when they recover together.
At our Mother and Child Program, photographer and educator Rob Goldman collaborated with our clients to tell their stories using portraiture and recordings. This multimedia “Just Like Me” Project puts names and faces on the struggle of addiction and shares the miracles of recovery, self-discovery, and hope.