The Mount Sinai Health System offers comprehensive services for individuals and families struggling with problems of substance misuse and abuse. Our treatment programs are offered at three locations: Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Roosevelt, and Mount Sinai St. Luke's:
The Addiction Institute of New York (at Mount Sinai Roosevelt and Mount Sinai St. Luke's)
General Addiction Services (at Mount Sinai Beth Israel)
Stuyvesant Square Chemical Dependency Services (at Mount Sinai Beth Israel)
Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program (at Mount Sinai Beth Israel)
With a continuum of inpatient and outpatient care, patients are matched to the services that best meet their needs, and they are assured continuity of care within its spectrum of services. As hospital-based programs, patients have access to state-of-the-art medical and behavioral health diagnostic and specialty services.
Substance abuse counseling services assist patients in understanding addiction and recovery, reducing ambivalence to treatment and increasing motivation for recovery. These services are committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services, incorporating multidisciplinary modalities and assisting patients in developing skills they need to establish healthy life styles. Outreach and education events are held to encourage and support families in learning about recovery and relapse prevention. Aftercare clinics and counseling are available for ongoing support after the patient has stabilized.
Medically managed outpatient services are available to patients and families in clinics throughout Manhattan and in Brooklyn.
- Medication-assisted opiate addition treatment
- Assessment and comprehensive evaluation
- Chemical dependency education
- Family support services - individual and group counseling
- Psychiatric services
Inpatient detoxification and rehabilitation services are located at Mount Sinai Beth Israel's campus at First Avenue and 16th St. and at Mount Sinai Roosevelt at 10th Avenue and 59th St. Also located at these addresses and at Mount Sinai St. Luke's (114th St. and Amsterdam Ave) are the following services.
- Ambulatory detoxification
- Intensive day treatment services
- Evening treatment services
- DWI assessment and treatment services
Specialized programs for crystal methamphetamine addiction, impaired health professionals and college students are also available at Mount Sinai Roosevelt.
Training and Education
Mount Sinai Beth Israel and the Addiction Institute of New York have been at the forefront of training and education since the inception of their respective treatment services. Training is currently offered to medical students, psychiatric residents, psychology externs, nursing students, social work interns, vocational rehabilitation students and those studying for the CASAC certification. In addition, a unique psychology post-doctoral fellowship and an addiction medicine fellowship are offered at these sites.
The Addiction Institute has been an active participant in the National Institute of Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network since 2001 serving as a study site for several national, multi-site investigations. Mount Sinai Beth Israel has conducted numerous funded research studies. Learn more about Mount Sinai's addiction research programs.
Mount Sinai Addiction Treatment Services
Phone: 212-256-2623 (Mount Sinai Beth Israel)
Phone: 212-523-6491 (Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai Roosevelt)
Send e-mail (CAD.Research@mssm.edu)
Mount Sinai Clinical Addiction Research
Send e-mail (CAD.Research@mssm.edu)
Mount Sinai Beth Israel
Addiction Treatment Services
160 Water Street, 24th floor
New York, N.Y 10038
Paul Rinaldi, PhD
Addiction Institute of New York
1000 Tenth Avenue, Suite 8C-02
New York, NY 10019
- Addiction Research
- Center for Addictive Disorders
- Clinical Trials
- Mount Sinai Roosevelt
- Mount Sinai St. Luke's
- Neurology Department
- Neuropsychoimaging of Addiction and Related Conditions (NARC) Research Program
- Neuroscience Department
- NIDA Program Project Grant on Drug Addiction
- Pharmacology Department
- Psychiatry Department