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Saint Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital Center (Addiction Institute/Halfway House)


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Saint Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital Center (Addiction Institute/Halfway House) in New York, New York is a drug rehab program focusing on rehabilitation services. Providing a halfway house or sober living home with general services. No special groups or programs are supported for drug treatment.

Facility Location:
306 West 102nd Street, New York, new-york, 10025, USA
Mailing Address:
306 West 102nd Street, New York, NY, 10025, USA
Phone Number:
(212) 678-6329
Intake Number:
(212) 678-6339
Website
www.addictioninstituteny.org
Primary Focus of Care:
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Services Provided
Halfway house
Type of Care:
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