Need Help?

Do you need help with an addiction problem? Or, do you have a loved one who does? You've come to the right place! Here at Samaritan Daytop Village, we understand there are many pathways to recovery. We are committed to assisting you by considering an array of treatment and recovery support options as you seek help.

In addition to services you can access at Samaritan Daytop Village, the following is a compilation of informational websites that can help you navigate through treatment and recovery options. You can find a meeting to attend today, look for a treatment program, or get support to help a family member or a friend:

If you would like to add a website or online resource to this page, please send us a message with a link and description for consideration. 

Recovery Based Organizations and Information

Friends of Recovery NY:
Join Together:
Faces and Voices of Recovery:
Long Island Recovery Association:
National Alliance for Medication Assisted Recovery:
National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab:
Alcohol Addiction Center:
Recovered (formerly NCADD):

Faith-Based Recovery Organizations

Addictions Victorious:

Mutual Aid Meetings/Groups

AA Inter-group of NY:,

Guide to Mutual Aid Recovery:
Sober Recovery:
NA world services:
NA of Greater NY:
SMART Recovery:

How to Help a Loved One

Hopes Not Handcuffs:
NAR-ANON family groups:
Recovering Couples Anonymous:
Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing (GRASP):
Families Anonymous:

Find a Treatment Provider in New York State

If any of the following describes you: an adult over the age of 18, a veteran or someone who has served in the military, a mother with a young child or pregnant, or someone seeking medically assisted treatment, then Samaritan Daytop Village can serve your needs.

To research other providers, visit the OASAS NYS Treatment Directory:

General Information

Addiction Group "Drugs, Medications & Other Substances": 
Alcohol Rehab Guide:
Alcohol Rehab Help "How Long Does It Take to Sober Up?":
Alcohol Rehab Help "Preventing Alcohol Abuse":
Louisville Addiction Center "32 Addiction & Mental Health Resources for BIPOC Parents":
T.R.U.E. Addiction and Behavioral Health "The Loneliness Epidemic is Fueling Mental Illness and Substance [Use]": Resources to Support Wellness":