Alcohol and substance abuse, problem gambling prevention and education, and Information and referral
"The Board and Staff of the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Council of Jefferson County, Inc. are convinced that alcohol, tobacco and other drug use and problem gambling are preventable. In conjunction with New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services the Pivot goals are to: Reduce the prevalence of substance use and abuse and problem gambling in Jefferson County; delay first use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs and gambling behavior among youth as long as possible; decrease the negative health, social, and economic consequences and costs associated with substance use and problem gambling; and, prevent, through early identification and brief intervention and referral, the escalation of substance use and gambling behaviors to levels requiring treatment."
Samaritan Addiction Services offers a wide range of services for the client and family affected by addiction.
Hours Monday - Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
Walk in screening hours: Monday, 8 AM - 11 AM
Walk-in appointment hours: Monday and Wednesday - Friday, 8 AM - 11 AM
Tuesday, 9 AM - 11 AM
CredoÕs Outpatient Chemical Dependency Services provide a full range of confidential counseling services in Jefferson County. The goal of the multidisciplinary treatment team is to provide the highest level of care using a person centered approach. Watertown Clinic: Monday - Thursday, 8 AM - 7 PM Friday, 8 AM - 5 PM
The Farm offers a holistic rehabilitative environment for young men ages 16 to 20 with a substance abuse diagnosis. The program is individualized to meet each residentÕs diverse needs, and offers a variable length of stay of up to 12 months with the average of 6 to 8 months, depending on progress in the program and individual circumstances. Programming includes over 40 hours of treatment per week including counseling, groups and other activities.
The program is designed to help women develop skills and plans for clean and sober lifestyles, and address the impact that addiction has had on their lives that have led to damaging and/or life threatening abuse and dependence on drugs and alcohol. Serving women 16 years of age and older.
The Donald F. Pond, Sr. MenÕs Community Residence & The Aftercare Community Residence are dedicated to providing services for men in the early stages of recovery from alcohol and/or chemical dependence. Referrals are accepted for individuals seeking a sober group living situation that encourages responsibility. The program provides a family atmosphere that promotes individuality, healthy decision making and improvement of self-awareness. This is made possible through peer support, individual outpatient treatment planning, and group and individual counseling.The Community Residence programs serve adult males 16 years of age or older with variable lengths of stay, typically 6-12 months.
Provides outpatient services including screening and evaluations, education, counseling, case management, intervention, and referral services to individuals identified as alcohol and other drug abusers. Monday - Friday, 7:30ÊAM - 4ÊPM
The A/CDP specializes in educational presentations and curriculum in Head Start through grade 8. Prevention activities and support are the main focus of the program. This program has enabled us to get out into the community to help educate our people on how drugs and alcohol have affected their lives.
They provide cost effective home and community based alternatives for the care and protection of Òat riskÓ youth and families who are at risk of placement out of the home. The program operates on the premise that even the most troubled youth and families have strengths, capabilities, preferences, and values that can and must be fully developed.
Partridge house is an inpatient addiction program for NAtive Americans located in Akwesasne. The staff includes certified alcohol and substance abuse counselors who guide each participant in the healing process through educational lectures, individual counseling, and group psychotherapy. It is a program that provides gender-specific groups and a weekly family education group open to the community. In addition, each participant is introduced to the foundation of 12-step recovery and develops new coping to prepare for life daily stressors without restoring back to active addiction and self-destructive behaviors. There is also an eight-week curriculum to address self-discovery. Open 24/7.