Project Hospitality is proud to announce the opening of our OASAS PREP Program. The PREP program is a Medically Monitored Crisis Stabilization program which offers clients the opportunity to stay for up to 21 days. The general purpose of the PREP Center is to provide services in a residential setting to support and assist persons in the management and treatment of alcohol and/or substance withdrawal and crisis stabilization, during the early phases of recovery from substance abuse and to identify tools and resources needed to achieve abstinence. In addition, the program can offer someone assistance during situational crisis for people not currently using, but who would relapse without support. The program is staffed by an RN and Certified Nursing Assistance. The program will medically monitor the client during their stay and will develop a discharge plan for client’s next steps. During their stay they will also be linked with other supportive services within the agency and in the community.For admission information, please contact the program at 718-447-3293. Services are free and all information is confidential.
The Recovery Program is a medically supervised outpatient chemical dependency treatment program which is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. The program has comprehensive programming for chemical dependency treatment based upon a cognitive-behavioral model of treatment. The Recovery Program also provides MICA and family treatment, extensive vocational services, on-site computer training, preparation for employment, job referrals, support services and, specialized treatment for patients on Suboxone. The program is adding a federal grant funded component to outreach and treat homeless individuals.
14 Slosson Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301. For more information or to schedule an intake please contact us at: (718) 273-8409, ext. 18 Program Director
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HIV Harm Reduction Services
The Harm Reduction Program works with individuals with HIV/AIDS who are using substances and with those who are in early recovery. The program uses individual counseling, support groups, and recovery readiness counseling, and how threshold alcohol and drug counseling in order to work creatively and collaboratively with individuals to minimize the harmful effects of their chemical dependency. The Harm Reduction Program helps individuals to access a safe syringe and disposal program to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS or to refer to syringe exchange programs. The Harm Reduction program also serves at risk persons to engage them in counseling and HIV testing services. These confidential services are offered through trained counselors who are skilled in assisting persons through the testing process. Persons who test positive are assisted with confirmatory testing and linkage to care.
For more information or to schedule an intake please contact us at: (718) 876-7716 ext 315 Program Director
For more information about HIV testing please contact our confidential HIV Testing Hotline at: (646) 235-3078