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Helping Recovery Become Reality
   
  
   


7 Gouverneur Slip East
New York, NY 10002

 
 
 
                             
   

Su Casa Methadone-to-Abstinence Residence (MTAR) is a 12 to 18-month residential program for men and women who want to become drug-free. This treatment program is specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals with substance abuse histories. Our MTAR program provides an intensive, highly structured treatment environment using the therapeutic community model its foundation.

         
                               
 

Su Casa provides a comprehensive and structured residential treatment program for people requiring intensive substance abuse treatment to achieve recovery. Our proven methadone-to-abstinence program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, Inc. (CARF) and uses a therapeutic community model to assist residents as they gradually taper off methadone and learn the skills and tools necessary to live drug free lives.

     

Our goal at Su Casa is not only to offer all the support neccessary to become drug-free,
but also to provide the tools and encouragement needed to
stay clean and sober one day at a time.

 
               


MTAR encourages residents to strongly focus on their treatment issues in group and individual settings. Topics typically discussed are education, social skills, job training, housing, money management, marital and family counseling, legal issues, and vocational assessment and placement. Family reconciliation is often a positive side-effect of the MTAR treatment, which may involve clients families.

     
   
       
                               

 

The MTAR program is not all work though. Residents consistently enjoy delicious and plentiful meals, family visits and events, exercise, entertainment, culture and many social connectedness and life skills learning opportunities, such as: Kung Fu classes, acting classes, Yankees and Mets baseball games, talent shows, amusement park visits, and poetry readings.

 

 
       
 
               
                                           


Many of our clients are referred to Su Casa by outpatient programs and court systems where they have been unable to manage their recovery. MTAR treatment succeeds for many residents because of our dedicated belief that recovery and wellness are truly possible.


Our clients are provided a safe environment while receiving the best care possible by an experienced and dedicated staff.


For admissions, call:

212-566-7590

or email us at smangual@lesc.org

For admissions criteria,

click here.


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