Our Behavioral Health Services department offers state of the art treatment to help individuals achieve sobriety and to teach self-care practices that promote a healthy and satisfying lifestyle to those affected by addiction and other mental health struggles.
Behavioral Health Services
• Medically Managed Detoxification
• Multidisciplinary Treatment Team
• Inpatient Rehabilitation
• Outpatient Care
• Multiple Locations
St. John’s Riverside Hospital’s Behavioral Health
Services department has been a leader in chemical dependency treatment
since 1967 and operates one of the largest and most comprehensive
treatment systems in New York State. We offer a full continuum of hospital based inpatient through community based outpatient services.
Medically Managed Inpatient Detoxification
Our 72 bed detoxification program provides physician supervised treatment and compassionate care for those suffering from withdrawal from alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines and other drugs of abuse. Our multidisciplinary treatment team helps each patient to safely end their physical addition and learn skills to maintain recovery through group and individual counseling, 12 Step experiences, psychiatric treatment and individually designed discharge planning. 877-944-CARE (2273) or 914-964-7537
Our 69 bed rehabilitation program provides evidenced based chemical dependency treatment to those in need of a structured 24/7 setting. We have gender-specific treatment units and our attending physicians are all psychiatrists who help those suffering from mental illness. We offer an eclectic approach including the philosophy and practices of CBT, MI and the 12 Steps. 877-944-CARE (2273) or 914-964-7537
Our outpatient programs provide day rehabilitation and day/evening clinic treatment for those struggling with chemical dependency and our attending physicians are psychiatrists who help those suffering from mental illness.
Buprenorphine is an addiction medication made under the brand names of Suboxone® and Subutex®. Buprenorphine helps people to stop using heroin or other opioid drugs in prescription pain pills like oxycodone and hydrocodone that are found in medications like Percocet®, OxyContin®, Lortab® and Vicodin®. It can be used for detoxification or for a longer period of time to help someone who is addicted to these drugs and wants to quit.
St. John’s Riverside Hospital is now offering buprenorphine for patients in the outpatient system of Behavioral Health Services at the following locations:
Criminal Justice Services
20 East First Street
Mount Vernon, NY 10550
|New Focus Center
2 Park Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10703
|Greenburgh Addiction Treatment Services (GATS)
30 Manhattan Avenue
White Plains, NY 10607
|Opioid Treatment Program (OTP)
2 Park Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10703
chemical dependency treatment for inmates at the Westchester County Department of Correction in Valhalla.
Resolve to Stop Violence Project (RSVP)
anti-violence treatment for male inmates at the Westchester County Department of Correction in Valhalla.
Jail and community based
intensive case management program for chemically dependent female inmates with the goals of successful reintegration and reduction of recidivism.
Direct Treatment Alternative to Incarceration (DTATI)
Collaborative outpatient chemical dependency treatment and intensive alternative to incarceration supervision program with the Westchester County Department of Probation at GATS 914-683-5311
and New Focus Center 914-964-8000
We offer a NYS
OASAS certified 350-hour CASAC training program for health care professionals interested in obtaining or renewing their CASAC (Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor).
St. Johns's Riverside Hospital is proud to be a part of H.E.A.R.T
(Heroin Enforcement and Assistance Response Team)
The Heart Initiative is the Yonkers Police Departments new approach to combating the growing epidemic of heroin addiction. It consists of a three prong approach: Prevention, Assistance and Enforcement. The primary focus of this initiative is on treatment of the disease of heroin/ opioid addiction as opposed to the strict enforcement for heroin/ opioid use. (Courtesy of http://www.yonkersny.gov) For more information on this program Click Here