NYC Well provides:
Suicide prevention and crisis counseling
Assistance scheduling appointments or accessing other mental health and substance use services
Peer support and short-term counseling via phone, text, & web
A follow-up to ensure you receive the help you need
English: 1-888-NYC-WELL, Press 2
Deaf/Hard of Hearing: Call 711 (Relay Service)
Español: 1-888-692-9355, Press 3
Text “WELL” to 65173
Chat online with a counselor or peer
specialist on NYC Well’s website.
The centers below can help those struggling with addiction find the right resource. They offer a variety of options, and can help locate the appropriate help.
South Shore Center
3911 Richmond Ave
Staten Island, NY 10312
Hours: (M - F ) 9am - 9pm
North Shore Center
285 Vanderbilt Ave
Staten Island, NY 10304
Hours: (M - F) 9am - 9pm
Since 1980, YMCA Counseling Service has provided the Staten Island community with comprehensive prevention and treatment services that promote the development of spirit, mind and body. Their state-licensed outpatient program includes treatment services for adults and older teens, prevention services for at-risk youth, and counseling services for children whose lives have been affected by a family member’s addiction.Learn more
26 Bay Street, 3rd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10301
Hours; Open 24 hours a day / 7 Days a Week
The Next Step Resource & Recovery Center offers a broad range of services to support Staten Islanders affected by substance use and their families in a welcoming and warm setting. As a pro-recovery community center space with workshops about wellness and life skills, The Next Step Resource & Recovery Center hosts support & self-help groups, and substance-free social events.
Recovery community members participate in sessions such as yoga, meditation, creative writing, men’s and women’s groups, relapse prevention, naloxone training, and on-site 12 step groups. The Center is LGBT-friendly, and activities are led by peers, staff, and community volunteers. They are open 24/7. People struggling with addiction or their family members may walk in without an appointment to get information, support, and get linked with treatment and other community resources.Learn more
4521 Arthur Kill Road, 3rd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10309
Hours; Open 24 hours a day / 7 Days a Week
Christopher’s Reason is a place where all are welcome to explore their substance use issues. It is a safe place to spend the day with other recovering individuals. The staff at Christopher’s Reason assists and helps anyone who walks through the door, from substance users, parents, to families. Christopher’s Reason will take the time out to help any individual through this lifetime recovery process.
Christopher’s Reason is named after Christopher Perrotto, who passed away early in this epidemic, on April 10th, 2011. Christopher’s mother, Ann Marie Perrotto, has been passionately sharing her loss for the purpose of helping others. She is now teamed up with Donna Mae DePola, Founder & CEO/President of the The Resource Training & Counseling Center.
Naloxone Training & Kit
Resource & Recovery Center
Outpatient Treatment Services
The map below has a complete listing of all addiction and recovery services on Staten Island.
If you or someone you know operates an addiction or recovery service on Staten Island and is not listed here, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find recovery & treatment options in other parts of New York State, please visit the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services Treatment Availability Dashboard Here: https://findaddictiontreatment.ny.gov/
Staten Island is home to many self-help groups for those suffering from addiction and for those whose lives have been impacted by their loved one’s addiction. These groups are completely anonymous and cost-free.
The opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone (Narcan) is widely available across Staten Island. Find out more below.
Naloxone (often called by the brand name Narcan) is a safe medication that reverses opioid overdoses and saves lives. When someone is experiencing an overdose, they are at a high risk of death. By administering naloxone, you are helping keep that person alive until emergency medical attention arrives.
Always call 911 if you think someone is overdosing, even if you give naloxone.
The NYS 911 Good Samaritan Law protects you from criminal liability if you call 911 in a life or death situation.
Many community-based organizations offer naloxone & trainings for free. Please contact the Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness for more information.
Most pharmacies on Staten Island offer naloxone without a prescription. To find the location nearest you, click here