New York, NY - Tribeca
Substance abuse resources for young adults ages 18-29
in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood
Hazelden's evidence-based treatment programs help young adults recover from addiction through its world-class outpatient programs and structured recovery housing.
Structured Recovery Housing
Hazelden's structured recovery housing, known as Tribeca Twelve, provides young adults 18 to 29 in recovery from addiction an independent living environment with fully integrated support services, recovery coaching, and access to many recreational activities and special events. Tribeca Twelve apartments are ideal for recovering young adults who are looking for an exciting and welcoming place to live, develop healthy friendships and achieve success. Learn more>>
Intensive Outpatient Program
Our intensive outpatient program provides an individualized focus within a program structure that's designed to meet the unique needs of young adults, ages 18-29. Throughout the treatment experience, clients actively participate in educational and skill-building workshops, process group therapy, one-to-one counseling, Twelve Step meetings, spirituality work and peer interaction.
Our foundation is Twelve Step facilitation, and we focus on the first three Steps of the Twelve Step model. We also provide an opportunity for participants to develop skills that enhance recovery. These skills are particularly focused on helping clients manage negative thoughts and emotions that often serve as triggers for, and/or are the result of, substance use.
Our process groups provide participants with the opportunity to experience themselves (and have others experience them) in the context of not using substances. The group not only provides an opportunity to get support and to experience what we call "fellowship," but it also gives each person feedback about how they are being experienced by the group.
Extended Outpatient Program
Upon completion of our Intensive Outpatient Program clients have the opportunity to integrate into our Extended Outpatient Program. These groups meet in the afternoon twice weekly at Tribeca. The groups provide an opportunity to process thoughts and feelings, as well as develop skills for managing life and sobriety.
Through the group process, clients develop a sense of trust that people (not substances) can be an invaluable support. Clients learn how to restore a sense of trust, community, hope, and belief in themselves and others which leads to more meaningful relationships in general. Clients also get the opportunity to understand their feelings, thoughts, and wishes, how they communicate them, and how this ultimately affects their ability to connect with others in a meaningful way.
Through the skill-building component of the program, participants continue to practice skills learned in the Intensive Outpatient Program, including: 1) avoiding external triggers; 2) coping with internal triggers; 3) distraction/alternative actions/building a delay in acting on the urge; 4) seeking sober support; 5) using consequential thinking to challenge euphoric recall; 6) challenging and refuting unrealistic thoughts about using; 7) learning to self-soothe; and 8) learning to tolerate distress.
At Hazelden, we understand and do not assume a diagnosis of alcoholism or other addiction. Without expert assessment and diagnosis, the struggle for answers is often an exhausting search that offers no resolution. Make an appointment for a professional evaluation. Our expert alcohol, drug, and mental health assessment process provides an accurate diagnosis along with recommendations for the appropriate level of care. Call 212-226-1114 to schedule an assessment.
Lifelong recovery is a journey — and Hazelden is with you every step of the way. Our Recovery Management programs support and strengthen the basic tools you need to live a clean and sober life. Learn more>>
Family Support and Education
Every Monday night there is a free Family Lecture Series from 5:45-6:45 p.m. in the upstairs room at Tribeca.
These meetings are open to the public and family members can drop in at any time. Topics include Brain and Addiction, Healthy Boundaries, Communication, Family Feelings, Spirituality, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, and Detaching with Love. The meetings provide an opportunity for family members to support each other and share stories while learning about addiction and self-care.
Our program is certified by the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS), the licensing body for addiction treatment services in the state of New York.