COVID-19 UPDATE: WE ARE OPEN AND CONTINUING TO ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Greenwich House – Chemical Dependency Program (CDP) recognizes that many of us need recovery support more than ever. Our mission at Greenwich House CDP is to provide a safe, trauma-informed, trusting, and engaging environment from the moment a client first contacts us to begin their treatment and recovery process. During these unprecedented times, Greenwich House CDP has worked to implement new strategies, protocols, and procedures to prioritize client safety while also maintaining our high standard of client care.
Greenwich House Service Delivery Update
The Chemical Dependency Program (CDP) is open Monday – Friday for telehealth services with extended hours. Our clinic, which is located on 27th street, is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00AM to 6:00PM for scheduled appointments, hybrid groups, and crisis intervention.
At this time, clients have the option of joining their individual and/or group counseling sessions in person or remotely. Should a client prefer telehealth/telephonic services, but be unable to utilize these services from home, they may present to the clinic, where they can use our laptops to join virtual counseling sessions in private, sanitized rooms.
At the Chemical Dependency Program, our vocational counselor and peer worker are available to assist clients in setting up and learning to navigate telehealth services. This assistance can be provided on site or remotely.
Current and prospective clients should note that onsite services may be impacted and will be modified as the State and/or local government COVID-19 guidelines continue to change. Should you have further questions about our services or if you would like to schedule an intake please call us at 212-691-2900 or contact Dale Scudder LMHC, Intake Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about our COVID-19 safety protocols and procedures, please scroll to the bottom of our site.
At the Greenwich House – Chemical Dependency Program (CDP), our client-centered, client-driven collaboration between counselors and clients encourages those seeking treatment to play an active and vital role in their recovery process. Throughout an individual’s time at Greenwich House CDP, evidence-based practices help facilitate recovery through wellness and personal growth activities.
Counseling Services and Screening Services
- Individual Therapy
- 25 or 45 minutes in length
- Evidenced-based practices utilized include, but are not limited to: Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Informed Therapy, Reality Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Strength Based Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing
- Support for significant or concerned others of those persons struggling with abuse or addiction
- Spanish speaking counselors available
- Group Therapy
- 1 hour in length
- Specialty groups include, but are not limited to: LGBTQ, anger management, COVID-19 relief, co-occurring disorders, and alcohol use disorder
- DUI and Other Services Requiring Treatment
- DUI/DWI screening and assessment
- Collaboration with ACS, HRA, and court systems
- Toxicology testing
- Psychiatric evaluation and medication management
- Medication assisted therapies for opioid and other addictive substances including: buprenorphine/suboxone maintenance, naltrexone, nicotine gum/patches
- Narcan administration training and narcan kit distribution
- Vocational assessment, counseling, job-readiness services, and referral to networking partners
- Peer worker offering onsite individual and group support services
Greenwich House CDP accepts Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care, and is a participating provider for most insurance and managed care plans. Our staff can help clients verify coverage and obtain service authorization if needed. The services of our Medicaid Navigator are also available to assist in applying for Medicaid and Assistance. Sliding-scale fee plans are available for clients needing to pay out-of-pocket.
No one will be turned away because of an inability to pay.
Staff and Licensing
Our team consists of New York State licensed and credentialed Clinical Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, CASACs (Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors), CRPAs (Certified Recovery Peer Advocate), and Psychiatrist (Addictions and Mental Health Specializations)
Greenwich House CDP is licensed as an 822 out-patient treatment facility by the New York State OASAS (Office of Substance Abuse Services) and contracted with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDOHMH) as our oversight agency.
For further information or to arrange an intake appointment
Please call (212) 691-2900
or stop by at:
122 W. 27th Street – 6th Fl.
New York, N.Y. 10001
COVID-19 Safety Protocols and Procedures
If you have tested positive for the Coronavirus, have shown symptoms of the virus, or been exposed directly to others who have tested positive or shown symptoms of the virus, please do not enter the Greenwich House CDP environment.
All individuals are required to have their temperatures taken and complete a COVID-19 exposure assessment upon entering the clinic. Anyone with a fever >99.6 will be asked to return home. Individuals who self-report symptoms, which include but are not limited to, new/worsening cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste/smell, and muscle aches will be asked to return home or be referred to a medical provider.
While inside the clinic, individuals are required to wear masks and to socially distance. To facilitate social distancing, we have marked six-foot distances throughout the workplace and have physically arranged office spaces/common areas to ensure individuals maintain distancing parameters.
Disinfectant products used throughout the facility have been approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be effective against COVID-19. The frequency and depth of cleaning by staff has been increased to ensure all areas of the workplace are thoroughly cleaned with additional regularity.
We also advise clients and staff should wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Additional hand sanitizer stations have been added in the clinic for clients and staff.