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Inpatient Rehab

Our rehabilitation units are limited in size so that they can remain intimate enabling individuals to continue their healing recovery processes in a calm and secure environment. We understand that addiction is a complex treatable disease that has significant impact on the brain and day-to-day functioning. Rehabilitation is an important part of the spectrum of recovery and no one plan or treatment works for every individual. Every individual who is here for treatment has a different life narrative, a personal story filled with the complexities of life. We recognize and respect that every individual is unique and multi-dimensional, therefore every treatment plan is personalized. We realize that patients who are coming directly from a detoxification service may still feel physically and emotionally uncomfortable. Our dedicated medical and nursing staff monitors each patient for their physical and emotional needs. Patients receive individual and group therapy, which encompasses the use of evidence-based practices. A variety of services are offered at ACI Inpatient Rehabilitation to assist patients in achieving recovery.

Rehabilitation Services offered

  • Medication Management
  • Gender Specific Groups
  • Psycho-Educational Seminars and Groups
  • Spirituality and Meditation Practices
  • Drama and Art Therapy Groups
  • Family Therapy
  • Vocational Assessments
  • Case Management Services
  • Nutritional Groups and Assessments
  • Onsite Entertainment and Sober Socialization
  • Onsite NA Groups
  • Discharge Planning
  • Weekly Trips to Landmark Locations in Mid-Town Manhattan
  • Sports and Recreation

Addiction Medicine

“I have been drinking and using drugs since I was a teenager and had no negative consequences until recently when my boss sent me to my Employee Assistance Program due to chronic lateness and absences due to my drug and alcohol use. Thank g-d that they sent me to ACI. When I got there I was really scared. I had never been to detox or rehab. The staff was so caring. When I was on the detox unit I did not feel well and the nursing staff did everything they could to make me comfortable. When I moved on to rehab I loved the counselors. The groups were great and they really understood how guilty and ashamed I felt about my life. I learned that guilt and judgment are not helpful. I learned how to think positively and how to see all that I have to live for. I owe ACI my life. Thank you all!"

-Mike, 27