Huntington Drug and Alcohol Counseling Center (HDACC): Huntington Drug and Alcohol Counseling Center (HDACC) is providing Telehealth services, including assessment, counseling, education, and referral via telephone. These services are confidential, and designed to help individuals as well as family members recover from alcohol and other drug related problems. The staff of HDACC is well regarded for providing high quality client care. Our new reception number is (631) 738-5481 and will be answered 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.
Huntington Drug & Alcohol Counseling Center
The Huntington Drug & Alcohol counseling/Education Center is a private, not-for-profit, state licensed, outpatient substance use disorder treatment/prevention provider. We utilize diverse and caring licensed clinicians to provide services both in the community and onsite. We are funded by the NYS Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services, Suffolk County, and the Town of Huntington.
Treatment services are highly individualized, and include evaluation, assessment, referral as well as group/individual/family counseling. Specialty offering are available for adolescents, those with gender related issues, impaired driving offenders, and individuals whose primary language is Spanish. Treatment is also provided for those affected by the substance use of a family member or significant other.
Prevention services include age-appropriate educational curricula, community presentations, and tailored evidence-based early interventions for youth identified as at-risk for substance use problems.
To provide comprehensive, prevention, education, and treatment services to youth and adults.
Any individual of any age can access the service. Eligible individuals must be at risk to begin substance use, actively using substances, or affected by substance use in another.
We accept referrals from legal and healthcare agencies, and collaborate fully with local referral sources.
Most insurance is accepted, including Medicaid. No one is turned away as sliding scale fees are enacted for those uninsured or otherwise unable to afford treatment. Initial assessment fee is $50.00, which includes a psychiatric evaluation.
For more information, visit us at: hdacc.org