Seniors or Older Adults Drug Rehab Centers in New York, United States

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Champlain Valley Family Center Recovery Campus

Twin County Recovery Services Inc

Arms Acres Inc MSW IP


North Shore Child and Family Guidance, The Center Leeds Place

Saint Christophers Inn Inc MSW OP

New York Harbor Healthcare System Brooklyn Campus SATP

RUMC Silberstein Clinic Med Sup OP

Villa Veritas Foundation Inc Inpatient Rehabilitation Program

Christophers Reason OP

Beacon Center Buffalo Beacon Corporation OP 4

JCTOD Outreach Inc DBA Johnson Park Center SL

Syracuse Recovery Services LLC

United Health Services Hospitals Inc New Horizons CD Inpt Rehab Unit

Cayuga Addiction Recover Services OTP

Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic Outpatient Addiction Recovery Program

Unity Hospital of Rochester Unity Hospital of Rochester OP1

Rochester General Hospital Addiction Services

Unity Hospital of Rochester Unity Hospital of Rochester OP

Council on Addiction Recovery Services Supportive Living Program

Cazenovia Recovery Systems Inc Unity House CR 5

Cazenovia Recovery Systems Inc Casa Di Vita Community Residnece

Sundram Manor CR

Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center Inpatient Rehabilitation Program

Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic Inpatient Addiction Rehab Program

Conifer Park Inc Opioid Treatment

Family Recovery Center Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic

Talbot House RS

Victory Recovery Partners OP

820 River Street Inc The Baywood Center

Hauppauge MMTP Division of Community Mental Hygiene

Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers for Seniors or Older Adults 

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor


Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers for Seniors or Older Adults New York

Seniors are among the fastest-growing populations facing Substance Use Disorders. This is for both clinical and cultural reasons. On the one hand, the aging process brings about multiple physical and mental health issues, such as chronic pain, depression and anxiety over getting older. Many may turn to alcohol and other drugs to self-medicate. On another front, baby boomers who came of age in a culture of increased substance use often have trouble letting it go in their later years. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reports that older adults are a special group because they are particularly vulnerable to the negative effects of substances and, therefore, substance misuse.

Specialized Rehab for the Elderly

Substance Use Disorders in older adults is often overlooked, but treatment must address their unique age-related care needs. Many seniors think it’s “too late” or “not worth it” to seek treatment and many have a hard time even admitting they have a problem. Treatment must provide a supportive and affirming environment to help them more readily embrace the care process. While alcohol use disorder is the most common type of addiction issue in older adults, many also struggle with prescription drugs, like opioids and benzodiazepines (benzos), that they take as part of the aging process.

Getting Help for Yourself or A Loved One

There’s nothing wrong with admitting you need help. You’ve lived an amazing life and have meant so many things to so many people. It’s time to put yourself first and get the help you need for alcohol and drug addiction or abuse.  You don’t have to spend the later years of your life fighting a losing battle with alcohol or drug abuse. There are many drug rehab facilities that have an addiction treatment program or group specifically tailored for Seniors 65+ or older adults. Use our senior drug rehab directory below to find treatment for Substance Use Disorders.

Resources for Substance Use Disorders for Older Adults and Seniors