Albany, New York

State of New York Government Funded and Non Profit Rehab Programs

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State and Government Funded Treatment Centers in Albany, ny

The State of New York has many state funded treatment options that are funded to provide addiction treatment for their residents. There are also medicaid accepted providers of substance abuse treatment. We have researched these along with Non Profit 501(c)(3) and County Rehab programs to provide a comprehensive list of provide at little to no cost for residents.

Many of these treatment plans can be free to the client based on your financial history.

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820 River St Inc Treatment Facilities - Eleanor Young Clinic

134 Franklin Street
Albany, NY - 12202

518-377-2448

820 River St Inc, run in and out patient residential drug and alcohol treatment facilities. 820 River St is a non profit organization. The Eleanor Young Clinic is a licensed alcohol and drug outpatient program with an intensive component. Their p...

Treatment Centers near Albany

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Altamont House In Patient Substance Abuse Treatment

1180 Berne-Knox Road
Altamont, NY - 12009

518-861-6207

Altamont house is run by 820 River Street Inc, a non profit organization that helps with drug and alcohol treatment. Also known as the Peter G Young Center, Altamont House is an inpatient rehabilitation facility for people with alcohol or substance abuse issues. The 28 day program is certified by...

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Conifer Park Alcohol and Drug Detox

79 Glenridge Road
Glenville, NY - 12302

800-989-6446

Provides an inpatient detoxification program to help individuals who are physically dependent on alcohol and or drugs during the withdrawal period, including the use of support and medication if needed.   Fees are charged at this treatment center. Medicaid helps pay for the indigent. Contact ...