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Disorders related to excessive alcohol use, other drug use or use of other substances including caffeine and tobacco that is characterized by an inability to control or limit the amount taken or the frequency; intense cravings; continuing use despite problems with work, school or family/social obligations or interpersonal problems; risky use, e.g., driving a car, operating machinery while under the influence or continuing to smoke following an emphysema diagnosis; or evidence of pharmacological indicators (tolerance and withdrawal symptoms), the adjustment the body makes as it attempts to adapt to the continued and frequent use of a substance.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
Abuse/Violence Support ServicesHudson Mohawk Recovery offers counseling for men who abuse their wives or domestic partners. RensselaerBATTERERS PROGRAMHUDSON MOHAWK RECOVERY CENTER
Alcohol/Drug Abuse ServicesACCA operates several levels of residential substance abuse treatment for both men and women. The Community Residences program provides assistance in adjusting to a chemically abstinent lifestyle by providing a supportive, supervised environment, and encouragement to maintain involvement in appropriate treatment and recovery fellowships. The Reilly House provides assistance in adjusting to a chemically abstinent lifestyle by providing a supportive, supervised environment, and encouragement to maintain involvement in appropriate treatment and recovery fellowships. The Reilly House is a 12-bed sober living residence for men aged 18 or older who are in the later stages of recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Residents may work and or attend school while residing at the Reilly House. The Vista House for women and women with children, provides assistance in adjusting to a chemically abstinent lifestyle by providing a supportive, supervised environment, and encouragement to maintain involvement in appropriate treatment and recovery fellowships.AlbanyCOMMUNITY RESIDENCESADDICTIONS CARE CENTER OF ALBANY (ACCA)
Case/Care Management ServicesThe Next Step Community Transitional Support Program offers support for women who have children being returned to them from some type of alternative care arrangement and who are entering the job market. CTSP offers a rental subsidy and weekly supervision by a case manager. Women in CTSP are able to receive, for up to two years an income-based rental subsidy based on net income that decreases as salary increases.AlbanyCOMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT PROGRAM (CTSP)NEXT STEP
Education/Prevention ServicesThe HFM Prevention Council offers prevention education programs to schools and communities, environmental prevention initiatives, media advocacy, and referrals to addiction services.FultonSUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION PROGRAMHAMILTON, FULTON AND MONTGOMERY PREVENTION COUNCIL
Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesThe Safety Net program provides financial assistance to single individuals or heads of households with substance abuse problems.RensselaerSAFETY NETRENSSELAER COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
Homeless ServicesHope House provides housing for homeless people who are chemically dependent.AlbanySHELTER PLUS CARE PROGRAMHOPE HOUSE
Housing ServicesThis is a supervised residential program for 12 men who have both a mental illness and an addiction. It helps residents build skills necessary for maintaining sobriety, developing a community support network (AA,NA,ACOA), personal self-care and positive social relationships.AlbanyRECOVERY RESIDENCEEQUINOX
Housing ServicesA program that assists men suffering from varying degrees of mental illness and substance abuse. These men are referred to the "Y" by a community service agency (SPOA, Ellis Hospital, Conifer Park, etc...) and are receiving some form of income (SSI, SSD, Veterans Benefits, Pensions.) Participants are attached to case management within the building and transportation is available to ensure appointments are kept. If an individual is in need of a representative payee, they can sign up for that at the "Y." There is a full time Payeeship Coordinator to assist residents with budgeting the money properly. The majority of the men in this program are currently on some type of medication and the "Y" manages their medication to ensure they stay med compliant. The med office is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 364 days a year. Residents are expected to come to the med office to take their daily medication. The Economic Development Program exposes all men living at the YMCA to various job opportunities in the community. This also allows men to obtain assistance in making themselves a more valuable commodity in the work force (GED, college, resume writing and interviewing skills.)AlbanySUPPORTED HOUSING PROGRAMCAPITAL DISTRICT YMCA
Information/Referral ServicesNCADD provide unbiased, professional, objective information and referral support for individuals and family members faced with alcohol or drug problems ensuring that those in need have access to mutual aid/support groups and/or appropriate treatment services regardless of age, sex, race, religion, creed or socio-economic status.New YorkINFORMATION AND REFERRALNATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE (NCADD)
Mental Health ServicesProvide connections to intellectual/developmental disability support and services, mental health services, and substance use disorder services.AlbanyBEHAVIORAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL SUPPORTNEW YORK CONNECTS

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