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Supervised living for those with Substance Use Disorders

 

For more information contact the

Assistant Director of Residential Services

at (607) 756-5992, ext. 126

or e-mail csr@ccocc.org

 

Charles Street Residence

Our supervised halfway house serves those with substance use disorders, including those with co-occurring mental health concerns. The residence serves as a support for those transitioning toward independent, community-based living from higher levels of care.

The Charles Street Residence, with a capacity of 14, is certified by the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS).  

Participation

Residents work closely with a Residential Advisor who will assist them toward independent living.  A recovery plan is created to assist residents with achieving individually-determined goals. 

Length of Stay

Length of stay is determined on an individual basis and, although this varies, a typical stay is 6-12 months.

Program Expectations

Residents engage and participate in recovery planning, outpatient treatment for substance use and, when appropriate, mental health treatment.   Residents are expected to abstain from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs not prescribed to them by their health care practitioner.  Residents must be willing and able to live in a group setting and are expected to be courteous and respectful of one another.

 

 

Eligibility

This program serves adults who have a principle diagnosis of substance use disorder. 

 

Admission Requirements

  • A referral from a clinical professional

  • Current medical history & physical

  • Current psychosocial assessment

  • Documentation of PPD within 12 mos.

  • Current laboratory reports including CBC and drug screen results

  • Documentation supporting the level of care

  • Review and approval by a multi-agency admissions committee 

 

Payment

Charles Street Residents are responsible for a monthly program fee which may be paid in a variety of ways:

 

  • Temporary Assistance

  • Social Security benefits

  • Private income

 

Although admission is not based on ability to pay, residents are expected to pursue the entitlements available to them in order to pay for their residential care and treatment.  A sliding fee scale is available for those who privately pay.

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