Services and Support
Federation of Organizations is now offering outpatient addiction services for adults and children/adolescents diagnosed with a substance use disorder and for individuals affected by a family member’s substance use. These services are designed for individuals seeking support to maintain sobriety. Individuals will learn the effects substance use has on the body, mind and on interpersonal relationships. Individuals will also learn how to break the cycle of physical and psychological addiction. The program is licensed by the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Support (OASAS).
The outpatient addiction services are located at 1375 Akron Street, Copiague NY 11726. For more information and to enroll please call 631-552-4240.
Outpatient Services Offered:
All services are currently offered both in person and via telehealth in order to accommodate the on-going COVID 19 Pandemic and offer flexibility in scheduling to ensure individuals can receive treatment in way that best suits their needs.
Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management
Medication Assisted Treatment
The OASAS Clinic provides outpatient treatment which allows individuals to remain in the community while fulfilling roles within family, work, and education while addressing their substance use.
Our groups are designed for individuals with alcohol or substance abuse in recovery throughout all stages of change.
Mental health services are available as deemed appropriate.
The clinic offers Medication Assisted Treatment including Buprenorphine (commonly known as Suboxone) and Vivitrol to support individuals with opioid use disorder and alcohol use disorder with maintaining sobriety.
Certified by OASAS to provide services to individuals arrested for or convicted of impaired driver/DWI offenses.
Federation of Organizations is an Opioid Overdose Prevention Provider.
Let’s Start Your Recovery
Federation of Organizations is now offering outpatient addiction services for adults and children/adolescents diagnosed with a substance use disorder and for individuals affected by a family member's substance use.