state-logo

Queensbury, NY Drug Rehab Centers And Addiction Treatment Options

Warren County had a drunk driving death and injury rate higher than neighboring counties and nearly 60 percent higher than the rest of New York. If you’re living in Queensbury and need help with addiction, you can find a program without having to wait.

Warren County had a drunk driving death and injury rate higher than neighboring counties and nearly 60 percent higher than the rest of New York. If you’re living in Queensbury and need help with addiction, you can find a program without having to wait.

Addiction Treatment In Queensbury, NY

People needing intensive or regular outpatient treatment can locate programs in Queensbury.
Find medication-assisted treatment and additional substance use disorder treatment programs nearby in Warren County.

You can also find alumni and aftercare services, transitional homes, and residential rehab centers throughout New York and in neighboring states.

Alcohol And Drug Detox Programs

Detox programs usually last three to four days and are designed to help you cope with painful, uncomfortable, and sometimes dangerous physical withdrawal symptoms.

Detox programs are usually residential and should include medical supervision. Some FDA-approved medications are available that can help to ease withdrawal symptoms.

Inpatient Addiction Treatment

Offering a drug- and alcohol-free environment 24 hours a day, residential or inpatient treatment can offer gender-specific programs or programs designed for adolescents or older adults. Residential rehab centers also provide evidence-based counseling like CBT or DBT.

heart shaped hands

Questions About Treatment?

Call now to be connected with one of our compassionate treatment specialists.
(888) 966-8973

Inpatient rehab programs establish a therapeutic community which can help you build a long-lasting recovery with peers. Some rehab programs also offer experiences for confidence and sober living skills, including wilderness experiences and art, music, and equine (horse) therapy.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatment usually takes place in a community setting. Outpatient programs can last between 10 and 12 weeks, usually meeting three days a week.

Some outpatient programs can accommodate working adults. More intensive outpatient programs meet more often. Outpatient programs that meet every day are also called partial hospitalization programs (PHPs).

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) has been used for a number of years to help people recover from alcohol, opioid, and tobacco use disorders.

MAT programs combine FDA-approved medications including buprenorphine and naltrexone with evidence-based therapy. MAT programs can last six months to a year or longer.

Aftercare And Alumni Services

Substance use disorders are chronic and lifelong. Aftercare and alumni programs can play an important role in helping you to continue your sobriety. They can also help you to cope with life’s ups and downs without returning to substance use.

Combining counseling with peer group support and 12-step facilitation, alumni and aftercare programs are a key part of maintaining a strong recovery.

Length Of Addiction Treatment

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) recommends that substance use disorder treatment programs should be individualized and holistic.

Within this framework, you’ll find that some common treatment lengths are:

  • 30-day programs
  • 60-day programs
  • 90-day programs
  • 120-day programs

How To Pay For Treatment

Most drug and alcohol rehab centers in New York state accept private health insurance plans. Insurance companies are mandated by Federal and New York regulations to provide the same coverage for drug and alcohol treatment as they do for other illnesses.

Medicaid in New York will also pay for the majority of drug and alcohol treatment services. You can also ask family and friends for help or inquire about sliding-scale fees.

Substance Abuse Trends In Queensbury And Warren County, New York

Queensbury and Warren County have recorded issues related to alcohol and opioid use in recent years.

Take a look at some facts from Warren County:

  • Warren County had a rate of 49.4 alcohol-related driving injuries or deaths per 100,000 residents in 2018.
  • Nearly 21 percent of Warren County residents engaged in binge drinking in 2018, higher than the state average.
  • In 2018, 250 people in Warren County received treatment for opioid use disorders, including heroin and prescription drugs.
  • Six people in Warren County died of a heroin overdose in 2017, and four died in 2018.

The Nearest Addiction Campuses Treatment Center: Swift River

Located about two and a half hours southeast of Queensbury, Swift River is a New England-style farmhouse treatment center situated on 500 acres amid the historic Berkshire Mountains.

At Swift River, we provide a full range of drug and alcohol treatment, from detox programs to short- and long-term residential rehab and aftercare services.

For more information on admissions and treatment at Swift River, connect with Addiction Campuses today.

New York State Department of Health - https://webbi1.health.ny.gov/SASStoredProcess/guest?_program=%2FEBI%2FPHIG%2Fapps%2Fchir_dashboard%2Fchir_dashboard&p=ch&cos=13&ctop=15

New York State Department of Health - https://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/opioid/data/pdf/nys_jul19.pdf

Let us walk you through the treatment process. We're here to help.
100% Free and Confidential. Call (888) 966-8973

Get 24/7 Treatment Help

(888) 966-8973

For Immediate Treatment Help Call:
(888) 966-8973