Addiction & Substance Use Services

CHASI offers addiction treatment services and help for alcohol-related driving convictions.

How We Can Help

We know that every person is unique, every addiction is different, and that a comprehensive rehabilitation program is most effective when it is designed to meet the needs of each individual.

With education and empathy, our treatment counselors can help you develop insight and understand addiction and its impact on your life. Through group and individual counseling, we empower our clients to develop new coping skills, refine self-beliefs, and make lasting changes for a life and future to be proud of.

Substance use support services are available for people who are fighting addiction. In addition to court-mandated interventions, we also offer medication-assisted options for heroin and pill addiction, trauma-informed counseling and treatment, and long term outpatient treatment to rebuild healthy patterns.

With these new skills, you can recover from addiction and successfully restore your dignity, confidence, and self-care to restart your life.

Addiction Treatment

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we can help. Our NYS licensed treatment program offers many options to reclaim your life.

If you are ready to stop using alcohol or other drugs, we have medically supervised care and connections to detox and residential facilities. If you find yourself struggling to stay away from drugs, outpatient care is available here, close to home. Group therapy, individual counseling, suboxonetreatment, and harm reduction are key pillars of our recovery programs.

Alcohol-Involved Driving Violations

If you have been convicted of an alcohol or drug-related driving violation in the last five years, you may be eligible to receive in-depth education about high-risk alcohol behaviors and help identifying and changing these behaviors. CHASI's programis part of New York State’s effort to lessen the incidence of injury, disability, and fatality that results from alcohol and other drug-related motor vehicle crashes, thereby reducing the risk of re-offense for an impaired driving offense.