St. Vincent’s Westchester Addiction Recovery Services
St. Vincent’s Hospital Westchester offers a multi-disciplinary treatment approach that is consistent with the 12-Step model of recovery. The primary objective of treatment is to help persons suffering from these illnesses to achieve and maintain abstinence from alcohol and all illicit and/or medically unauthorized drugs. The goal is to assist alcoholics and other chemically dependent persons in learning the attitudes, skills, abilities and information necessary for successful and fulfilling recoveries.
For 24/7 evaluation and referral services for any of our programs, please call (914) 925-5320 or (855) 239-0019 toll free.
Port Chester Recovery Center
The Port Chester Recovery Center offers outpatient addiction recovery services for adults and adolescents, including: screenings, assessments, individual and group therapy, family education, anger management, relapse prevention groups, late recovery groups and DWI services. Bilingual staff provide treatment services in Spanish.
For those whose level of alcohol or other substance dependence has seriously disrupted their daily functioning, our inpatient rehabilitation program assists individuals in overcoming barriers to recovery. The inpatient rehabilitation program helps patients deal with the issues of early recovery.
Outpatient and Aftercare Services
Outpatient Addiction Recovery Services provides services as a follow-up to inpatient treatment or as an alternative to inpatient treatment. Services available at our Harrison campus include day rehabilitation, an intensive evening program, drinking driver services, and aftercare.
St. Vincent’s provides care to patients who suffer from co-occurring mental illness and chemical dependency in any of our programs, depending on the individual’s needs.
The Maxwell Institute
The Maxwell Institute in Tuckahoe offers outpatient chemical dependency treatment and education services for adults, adolescents and their families.
St. Vincent’s Hospital
275 North Street
Harrison, NY 10528