New Horizon Counseling Center
Referral & Information
in NYC 718-845-2620
in Nassau 516-569-6600
in Suffolk 631-656-9550

New Horizon Counseling Center chemical dependency clinic is licensed by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse to treat substance abuse by offering to help all individuals whose lives are affected by addiction. The program offers a full range of services to adolescents and adults including individual, group, marital, psychiatric and family therapy. We also offer a wide array of speciality services.

Treatment sessions provide education about the disease of addiction, exploring the familial, social, physical and medical consequences of substance use. Topics addressed include abstinence skills, relapse prevention, anger management, conflict resolution, improving self-esteem, goal setting and increasing sober socialization.

Treatment begins with an evaluation and intake screening appointment. At this meeting an extended history is taken allowing the staff to develop an individualized treatment plan. Generally, clients begin treatment within one week of this appointment.

Adolescent Services incorporate a multifaceted approach to aid the adolescent in recognizing the negative impact of their substance use and to promote a drug and alcohol free lifestyle. We help adolescents ages 13-18 years old, who are currently using or experimenting with drugs and alcohol. Family involvement is an essential component of our services through which parents receive education and support and develop the skills necessary to support their child’s recovery.

In Nassau:
50 W. Hawthorne Avenue,
Valley Stream, NY 11580

Chemical Dependency Treatment Services:

  • DWI Program
  • Bi-Lingual Services in Spanish
  • DWI Program in Spanish
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Management
  • Suboxone Management
  • Services for Significant Others
  • Anger Management
  • Individual, Group & Family Therapy
  • Adolescent Services: Ages 13-18
  • Young Adult Services: Ages 18-23
  • Parent Support Groups
  • Drug & Alcohol Education
  • Communication & Reporting with Outside Agencies
  • Random Urine Toxicology
  • Breathalyzer Tests