Staten Island, New York Drug Treatment Centers and Rehab Programs

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Bayley Seton Hospital Inc
Alcoholism Acute Care Unit
75 Vanderbilt Avenue
3rd Floor
Camelot of Staten Island Inc
Adolescent Day Program/CD Outpatient
263 Port Richmond Avenue
Camelot of Staten Island Inc
Drug Free Residential
273 Heberton Avenue
Community Health Action of
Staten Island
56 Bay Street
6th Floor
Project Hospitality Inc
Chemical Dependence Outpatient
358 Saint Marks Place
Richmond University Medical Center
Silberstein Center
427 Forest Avenue
Saint Vincents Services Inc
Outpatient CD Program
148 Bay Street
2nd Floor
South Beach Addiction Treatment Center
Addiction Inpatient Rehab Program
777 Seaview Avenue
South Beach Psychiatric Ctr Building 1
Staten Island University Hospital
Crisis Services/Drug Detox 3 North
375 Seguine Avenue
Staten Island YMCA Counseling Services
3911 Richmond Avenue
Bridge Back to Life Center Inc
1688 Victory Boulevard
Camelot of Staten Island Inc
CD Outpatient Prog 2 Intensive Outpt
263 Port Richmond Avenue
Camelot of Staten Island Inc
Outpatient Adult Program
Louis Harris
263 Port Richmond Avenue
Daytop Village Inc
Staten Island Outreach
1915 Forest Avenue
Richmond University Medical Center
Chemical Dependence Crisis Center
75 Vanderbilt Avenue
Building 3 4th Floor
Richmond University Medical Center
Silberstein Ctr Rehabilitation Module
427 Forest Avenue
Silver Lake Support Services Inc
Chemical Dependence Outpatient Clinic
797 Brighton Avenue
Staten Island University Hospital
Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic
392 Seguine Avenue
Staten Island University Hospital
Methadone Maintenance Treatment Prog
392 Seguine Avenue

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