Samaritan Daytop Village Jamaica Review

Learn more about Samaritan Daytop Village Jamaica located at 8883 Van Wyck Expressway, Jamaica, NY 11435.

General Information

Residential Substance Use Treatment Intensive Residential Treatment (718) 657-6195 or (855) 322-4357 (HELP) Specialized Treatment – Medically Assisted Treatment – Men and Women Military Veterans – Mothers with Children – Community Residence – Opioid Treatment 18 years old and older. Samaritan Daytop Village knows the individuals walking through their doors seeking treatment for substance abuse are as diverse as the services they offer, so their process begins with the most important detail you. Whether referred by one of their many partners, ordered to their services by the court or introduced voluntarily, their first step is to sit down with you for an intake interview. Their compassionate staff interviews you to learn more about your motivation to enter treatment and the history that brings you here. While paperwork and detailed reviews are necessities, Samaritan Daytop Village does its best to quickly determine the ideal placement to foster your success. Based on your needs and the spectrum of services they offer, their staff arranges location, program type and develops an individual treatment plan to lay the ground work for the journey ahead. Their core focus is the people they serve – men and women struggling with addiction, military veterans, mothers and babies, families, homeless New Yorkers, and the elderly.Their programs are innovative and responsive to the changing needs of the people they serve.They believe that “Good” resides in every one of their clients. Their goal is to find it, nurture it and help it grow to its fullest potential. Samaritan Daytop Village’s work with veterans is just one example of how they provide customized services to meet the needs of the people who come through their doors. Samaritan Daytop Village is widely recognized as a trailblazer for pioneering s
pecialized treatment for veterans struggling with substance use, post-traumatic stress disorder and other challenges. In 1996, Samaritan Daytop Village opened a licensed residential treatment facility for veterans in midtown Manhattan, and in 2011 they opened the nation’s first residential treatment facility exclusively for women veterans. Inpatient Rehab FAQ’s Can I choose where I do my treatment? Placement into intensive residential treatment for substance use is determined by matching a client’s clinical needs with the services offered at each site as well as bed availability. How long is residential treatment? The length of intensive residential treatment is determined by a number of variables that is decided on an individual basis between the client and staff. Can my family visit me once I’m in a treatment program? Family members can visit by appointment only. This typically is set up by your assigned case manager in conjunction with your treatment plan. What should I bring with me while I’m in residential treatment? The items you will need at admission are no more than three sets of change of clothing and legally accepted personal identification (e.g., Social Security card, driver’s license, birth certificate). Can I keep my job when I come into treatment? Providing your employer allows you a leave of absence, a client may be able to work once they are stabilized in treatment and can demonstrate the ability to manage activities of daily living without the use of drugs and/or alcohol. This is decided on an individual basis between the client and staff. Are Samaritan Daytop Village’s treatment programs co-ed, serving both men and women? While Samaritan Daytop Village does offer some gender specific services most of their residential and outpatient programs are co-ed in nature. What are the bedrooms like in your residential treatment facilities? While this varies from facility to facility, most of their bedrooms are set up in a college dorm fashion with a bed, closet and dresser. How soon can I go home for a visit? Samaritan Daytop Village recognizes the importance of family involvement and will arrange visits as quickly as they can get someone stabilized in treatment. Can I have a cell phone or other electronics while I’m in treatment? You will be eligible to have a cell phone when you are job seeking or working. Other electronic devices are permitted at certain intervals within the treatment process. Can I have money while I’m in treatment? You can have a limited amount of money in your possession while in treatment. Please note that when you arrive for admission you should not bring more than $20. Can I go to school while I am in treatment? Vocational and educational opportunities are available. Every resident in their treatment programs will have an assigned vocational counselor who will work with you to develop an individualized plan to meet your needs. Who can I talk to about admissions? For more information on all of Samaritan Daytop Village’s treatment programs for drug and alcohol use, you can e-mail their Admissions Department or call Admissions at (718) 657-6195 or (855) 322-4357 (HELP).

Contact Samaritan Daytop Village Jamaica

(718) 657-6195

8883 Van Wyck Expressway, Jamaica, NY 11435

Questions About Samaritan Daytop Village Jamaica 

Can Samaritan Daytop Village Jamaica rehab patients have visitors?

The rules change from center to center but by and large, the answer for inpatient care is NO. The goal is to focus on healing, building good habits, and developing a relationship with a recovery specialist.

Can rehab be covered by insurance?

With the introduction of the ACA, plans must provide coverage as essential health benefits

Can rehab help with depression?

Dual diagnosis rehab can focus on treating your depression and your addiction as separate but closely related issues. So yes, more often than not, depression is directly tied to drug and alcohol abuse. And yes, recovery can have a profound positive impact on depression.

Will rehab cure alcohol addiction?

It is largely believed that there is no cure for Alcoholism. It must be treated on an ongoing basis. After rehab in Jamaica, the best thing you can do is find and use a reputable support group, such as Alcoholics Anonymous

How many drug rehab centers are in the us?

There are thousands of rehabilitation centers available in the US. In fact, the federal government provides a directory 1,1oo pages long. That’s where Victory of Life is happy to assist. Our professionals in Jamaica help decide what locations and treatments are a good fit for you.

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Rehab Programs in Jamaica

Inpatient Programs in Jamaica

Inpatient drug and alcohol addiction treatment can be designed for patients with symptoms related to acute or chronic drug and alcohol withdrawals. We refer inpatient addiction treatment programs that are highly specialized and take into account your unique circumstances as well as an individual.

Outpatient

Most Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) provide a level of care designed for people over 18 and who require more structure. There can be daytime and evening IOPs to accommodate your schedule. For information about our outpatient programs, please call us today.

Family Programs

Addiction often involves everyone in the family as most everyone, in one way or another, has been deeply affected by it. Educating and caring for the family is an essential part of addiction treatment and recovery. We connect you to family-inclusive programs that help family members understand the disease of addiction and learn how to assist in a way that is conducive to recovery.

Detox & Withdrawal

Referred doctors and nurses, specially trained in a variety of detoxification methods, may recommend individualized detox and withdrawal care based on your particular dependency and medical history. Professionals may provide 24/7 medical care to ensure optimal care and safety.

Support in Jamaica

Recreation therapy can be an important part of recommended inpatient addiction treatment programs. Under the guidance of certified therapists, rec therapy activities in Jamaica stimulate problem-solving capabilities, trust issues, and overcoming compulsive behavior.

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