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Community Recovery Center

(Program)

* Provides outpatient services for those who have substance abuse issues services include individual, group or family counseling.  Specialized programs have been developed and these include:
  • Impaired Professionals Program, for licensed professionals with substance abuse problems
  • Dual Focus Program, for those who experience both psychiatric disorders and chemical dependency
  • Programs designed specifically for men or for women
  • Adolescent services
  • DWI Focus
  • Addiction recovery support groups
  • Medication Assisted Treatment: Suboxone​, Naltrexone/Camperal/Revia, Vivtrol, Psychopharmacology (mental health)

Eligibility: Eligible to all.

Application Process: Walk-in or call for an appointment.

Required Documentation: Insurance Card.

Fees: Accepts insurance and self-pay.

Oneida County.

Rome Memorial Hospital
(Agency)

Rome Memorial Hospital delivers medical care for every stage of life. 

1500 N James Street
Rome NY 13440

Website: www.romehospital.org

Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Contact

Website: www.romehospital.org/Community_ . . . enter.aspx


264 W Dominick Street
Rome NY 13440

Hours

M, F 8:00AM-4:00PM
T, W, TH 8:00AM-9:00PM
Addiction recovery support groups on the third Monday of each month from 6:00PM-7:00PM

This program is offered at this site:

Community Recovery Center

Main Address:

264 W Dominick Street

Rome NY 13440

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