Family Service League provides prevention and comprehensive addiction treatment services to Suffolk county adults and adolescents—along with help and support to the families who love them. Our program features screenings, assessments and evaluations to determine the level of care needed to support outpatient recovery and abstinence. Each person who enters a FSL medically supervised program—either voluntarily or via mandate—is prescribed a plan to fit their specific needs.
The ADAM program is targeted to individuals struggling with addiction and impacted family members. ADAM workers are skilled chemical dependency specialists who provide in-home assessments of those abusing drugs and/or alcohol, which includes educating family members about addiction and treatment options. ADAM staff determine level of care and facilitate referrals to inpatient or outpatient treatment programs. Support groups in Bay Shore, Mastic, and Mastic Beach are available for families who have lost loved ones to addiction.
Mastic Beach, NY -William Floyd Family Center
This program is for elementary schools and features classroom presentations, training for teachers and other professionals, skill development workshops, health promotions and community awareness events. Educators use a proven program, Too Good for Drugs, and receive ongoing specialized training in prevention.
COTI helps individuals struggling with addiction and their loved ones, and provides comprehensive substance abuse and mental health assessments, diagnosis and medication management in coordination with the development of a treatment plan. The mobile recovery team works with individuals, in the community or in their homes, to address a wide spectrum of needs including medical, housing, financial, employment, legal and family issues. Recovery peer advocates are at the core of this program as they use their experiences to inspire, connect and support individuals struggling with addiction.
Suffolk County, NY
DASH is a 24/7 voluntary program for individuals in a crisis situation who are feeling overwhelmed due to substance use, mental illness and/or other life stressors.
The program features a mobile response team of licensed professional experts who will come to your community and conduct an assessment, develop a safety plan, and if necessary, recommend outpatient services or a higher level of care.
DASH also features a crisis hotline providing telephone triage, clinical assessments and therapeutic support.
The clinics provide outpatient services for those who have issues with alcohol and drugs, as well as their family members who are directly affected by their dependency abuse. The program provides individualized treatment models best suited to each client’s needs.
Bay Shore, NY – Fay J. Lindner Health and Wellness Center – 1448 5th Avenue
The MCT provides crisis assessment, intervention and linkage services for adults and children.
Services are provided by licensed clinical staff and trained peers.
24 Hour Hotline
This center helps build and support healthy drug-free communities through public education, professional training and by providing effective tools for those working to prevent drug and alcohol abuse.
Working in partnership with the Office for Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS) and OASAS-funded programs, we help communities facilitate partnerships and build prevention resources.
Bay Shore, NY – Iovino South Shore Family Center – Diane Goldberg Community Center – Joseph D. Posillico Jr. Early Learning and Youth Activities Center 1444 5th Avenue
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) model addresses longstanding challenges that have led to a crisis in accessing mental health and addiction care.
CCBHCs provide a comprehensive array of services needed to create access, stabilize people in crisis, and provide the necessary treatment for those with mental health and substance use disorders. CCBHCs integrate additional services to ensure an approach to health care that emphasizes recovery, wellness, trauma-informed care, and physical-behavioral health integration. These services include, but are not limited to:
-24/7/365 mobile crisis team services to help people stabilize in the most clinically appropriate, least restrictive, least traumatizing, and most cost-effective settings.
-Immediate screening and risk assessment for mental health, addictions, and basic primary care needs to address the chronic conditions that drive poor health outcomes.
-Easy access to care with criteria to assure a reduced wait time so those who need services can receive them when they need them, regardless of ability to pay or location of residence.
-Tailored care for active duty military and veterans to ensure they receive the unique health support essential to their treatment.
-Expanded care coordination with local hospitals, other health care providers, social service providers, and law enforcement, with a focus on whole health and comprehensive access to a full range of medical, behavioral and supportive services.
-Commitment to peers and family, recognizing that their involvement is essential for recovery and should be fully integrated into care
Monday – Thursday 8am-9pm
631-952-3333 HOTLINE available 24/7/365