At Long Island Center for Recovery, they believe that recovery from the disease of addiction is possible through learning from their mistakes which enables us to develop spiritually, emotionally and mentally into a more responsible and mature person.
If you or a loved one is in need of addiction treatment services in the New York area communicate Long Island Center for Recovery (LICR). All calls are secret and you are under no obligation to follow up with their recommendations. They are a comprehensive rehab center providing addiction treatment and recovery for adults struggling with alcohol addiction, drug addiction, addiction to prescription drugs such as depressants, opioids, and stimulants. Their 50-bed inpatient rehab was established in 1995 by Jack Hamilton, one of the first individuals to bring Narcotics Anonymous meetings to the local New York communities. In carrying out Mr. Hamilton’s vision of giving compassionate, professional and affordable care, their alcohol and drug rehab center provides a complete range of addiction treatment services including detox, inpatient and outpatient treatment.
I went toLICR about 18 yrs ago, I haven’t had a drink or a drug since. I got a... Read MoreAmy Taylor
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Sleeping arrangements for our clients are provided in two separate wings, segregated by gender. Therapeutic meetings are held in small groups, separated by gender and never mixed. General meetings are for all clients and are mixed. As a policy, fraternizing is strongly discouraged among our clients.
There are 2 separate wings in our facility, segregated by gender, accommodating sleeping arrangements for clients. Therapeutic meetings are held in small groups, separated by gender and never mixed. General meetings are for all clients and those are mixed. As a policy, fraternizing is strongly discouraged among our clients.