New York Medication Assisted Treatment Centers

Treatment Centers Nearby

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.
We provide listings of Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, which is effective in the treatment of opioid use disorders (OUD) and can help some people to sustain recovery.

Cities in New York with Medication Assisted Treatment Centers

St. Vincent's Hospital - Opioid Treatment Services

175-20 Hillside Avenue
Jamaica Queens, NY - 11432
(718) 291-1888

Elmhurst Hospital Center M.M.T.P.

79-01 Broadway
Elmhurst, NY - 11373
(718) 334-3195

Quannacut at Eastern Long Island Hospital

201 Manor Place
Greenport, NY - 11944
(631) 477-8877

Suffolk County Department of Health Services Division of Community Mental Hygiene - Hauppauge Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program

200 Wireless Blvd.
Hauppauge, NY - 11788
(631) 853-7373

Cornerstone of Fresh Meadows

159-05 Union Turnpike
Fresh Meadows, NY - 11366
(718) 906-6700

Long Island Jewish Hillside Medical Center Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program

75-59 263rd Street
Glen Oaks, NY - 11040
(718)470-8940

Montefiore Medical Center - Substance Abuse Treatment Program Unit I

3550 Jerome Ave.
Bronx, NY - 10467
(718) 920-4067

Conifer Park Inc. - Glenville

79 Glenridge Rd.
Glenville, NY - 12302
(518) 399-6446

St. Jude’s Treatment Center - Opioid Treatment Services

211-221 Powell St.
Brooklyn, NY - 11212
(718) 485-6000

Montefiore Medical Center - Substance Abuse Treatment Program (SATP) Unit III

2058 Jerome Avenue
Bronx, NY - 10453
(917) 564-8750

What is MAT's?

MATS Treatment Centers are Treatment Centers that combine behavior therapy and medications to treat opioid substance abuse.

Phone Referral

Call 800-496-0542 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor

Are These State Funded Rehab Centers?

Some are and some are private. We list full details on the website.

What type of medication treatment is used?

Medications used in treatment can include Buprenorphine, Methadone, and Naltrexone, for Opioids.