Substance Use Disorders
People with Substance Use Disorders and their loved ones face many challenges on their road to recovery. Around 40% of people with these diagnoses, are also working to manage their mental health. During their time of active addiction and early recovery they are at high risk for suicide and unintentional overdose. This is especially true for people who use multiple substances, inject substances, or who use opiates and/or alcohol.
Harm reduction techniques can help reduce the risk of both suicide and overdose. Treatment providers help individuals to develop safety plans, access resources in the community, develop coping skills for daily living, and build a support network. Fortunately, there are many resources in our community that are listed provided below.
Chenango County Behavioral Health Services
5 Court St
Individual, group and family counseling as well as medication therapy for mental health and/or substance abuse. Sessions are available in person and via telehealth. Open Access hours are Monday – Friday from 9am to 1:30pm. Vocational services, Peer services and Transitional services are also available.
The Addiction Center of Broome County - Norwich Location
103 Leilani’s Way
Norwich, NY 13815
In person Group Therapy on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday form 9:30am -12:30pm. Call for an assessment. Peer support and health home services are also available
Chenango Health Network - Community Health Worker
Assistance with acquiring housing, health insurance, navigating the criminal justice system, locating treatment providers and harm reduction supplies such as Narcan, Fentanyl Test Strips, and new syringes. Co-ordination with other providers.
Chenango County Single Point of Access (SPOA): 607-337-1600
Provides a point of access for mental health/substance use community support services available in Chenango County for both children and adults.
Catholic Charities Care Management for Adults: 607-334-8244
Southern Tier Care Coordination: 607-798-1721
Bassett Care Coordination: 607-547-4887
Friends of Recovery
Recovery Support and Programming; education, advocacy and peer support
Soon expanding to 24 East Main Street in Norwich with a focus on employment assistance.
22 Elm Street, Oneonta, NY
Helio Health Evaluation Centers
Binghamton Evaluation Center
249 Glenwood Road, Building One
Binghamton, NY 13905
847 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
Addiction Crisis Centers
30 West State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
Addiction Crisis Center 212 Rutgers St.
Utica, NY 13501
Never Use Alone:
Call this number if you don’t have a friend to keep you safe while using.
Southern Tier Aids Program (STAP) – Norwich 607-373-4619
The Eaton Center, 19 Eaton Ave., 1st Floor
Open Tuesdays 10:30am to 3pm or by appointment.
Syringe Exchange Program and supplies, Narcan, Test Strips, Hep C testing and scheduling treatment
Confidential STD Testing:
Family Planning of South-Central New York: 607-334-6378
Chenango Memorial Hospital Family Health Center: 607-337-4139
CV Free Church: Free Narcan kits and needle exchange. 607-334-3073
4299 State Highway 23, Norwich, NY 13815
The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute has an important pharmacy benefit for all New Yorkers who have prescription coverage through their health insurance plans: the Naloxone Co-payment Assistance Program (N-CAP).
The key elements of this program are:
Co-payments for naloxone in an amount up to $40 for each prescription dispensed will be billed to N-CAP, not to the individual getting naloxone.
Individuals who are themselves at risk for an overdose or their family members may acquire naloxone using a patient specific prescription, or through a standing order at over 2000 pharmacies in NYS.
No individual enrollment is necessary. Pharmacies participating in the New York State AIDS Drug Assistance Program are eligible to participate in N-CAP. There are no or lower out-of-pocket expenses when getting naloxone at a participating pharmacy.
Only the following naloxone formulations are eligible for N-CAP coverage:
Narcan® nasal spray (4mg/01 mL); NDC 69547-0353-02
Naloxone used for intranasal administration (1 mg/1 mL in 2 mL Luer-Jet™ pre-filled glass syringes); NDC 76329-3369-01
Naloxone for intramuscular injection (0.4 mg/mL in 1 mL single-dose vials); NDCs 00409-1215-01, 67457-0292-02, and 00641-6132-25
Your primary health care coverage may limit the monthly amount of naloxone that will be covered.
Bartle’s Pharmacy, 10 Lafayette Park, Oxford NY 607-843-2841
Price Chopper Pharmacy, 5631 State Hwy 12, Norwich, NY 607-336-2588
Truth Pharm: http://truthpharm.org/
We are the boots on the ground, the local experts who make finding help easier. There are more than 200 211 agencies across the United States, each with a team of compassionate, highly trained community specialists who are available to help you access the best local resources and services to address any need.
Support Overcome Achieve Recovery
Meet Tuesdays 6 PM
23 Silver Street
Norwich, NY 13815
Chenango County Mental Health
Assessment and Treatment for Mental Health, Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Emotional/Behavioral Screenings for Children and Adolescents, School-Based Prevention and Counseling Services, Individual, Couples, Group and Family Therapy, Medication Therapy, Case Management for Children, Forensic Services, Vocational Support and Services, Chenango Club, Single Point of Accessibility (SPOA) for Adults and Children, Consultation Services
5 Court Street #42,
Friends of recovery Delaware and Otsego counties
Friends of Recovery of Delaware and Otsego Counties, Inc. (FOR-DO) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting addiction recovery through every available means, including advocacy, education and peer support.
(Coming soon to Chenango County)
84 Main Street
Delhi, NY 13753
Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
The mission of CADCA (Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America) is to strengthen the capacity of community coalitions to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities globally. This is accomplished by providing technical assistance and training, public policy advocacy, media strategies and marketing programs, training and special events.
625 Slaters Lane
Alexandria, VA 22314
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
Addiction Center of Broome County
For more than 40 years, ACBC has assisted individuals with substance use disorders and their families.
With a comprehensive continuum of care, individualized treatment planning, and caring staff, recovery is possible. Available Services include:
Assessment, Medical Services, MAT, Psychiatric evaluation, Trauma Specific interventions, Outpatient clinic, Certified Recovery Peers Advocates and Family Navigation