For more information contact the
Charles Street Program Manager
at (607) 756-5992 ext. 283 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This program serves adults who have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder or chemical dependency/addiction.
A referral from a clinical professional
Current medical history & physical
Current psycho-social 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
Charles Street Residents are responsible for a monthly program fee which may be paid in a variety of ways:
Social Security benefits
Although admission is not based on ability to pay, residents are expected to pursue the entitlements available in order to pay for their residential care and treatment. A sliding fee scale is available for those who privately pay.
Charles Street Residence
Our supervised community residence serves those with substance use disorders or with co-occurring mental illness. The residence serves as a support for those transitioning toward independent community living from higher levels of care.
The Charles Street Residence, with a capacity of 14, is certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services (OASAS). The residence provides a home-like environment including a kitchen, dining room, common living space, and bedroom that may be shared with another individual.
Participants work closely with a Residential Advisor who assists them toward independent living. Individuals identify their needs and establish goals for achieving an independent lifestyle.
Length of Stay
Length of stay is determined on an individual basis. Although this varies, a typical stay is 4-6 months.
Residents agree to engage and participate in service planning and treatment, maintain a positive living environment, and 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.