Methadone Clinics in Richmond, New York

Name Address City
Samaritan Village Inc., Methadone Treatment Program 130-20 89th Rd. Richmond
St. Joseph’s Hospital 175-20 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica
Medical Arts Sanitarium 159-05 Union Turnpike Fresh Meadows
Flushing Hospital Medical Center- Chemical Dependency Unit 45th Ave. @ Parsons Blvd. Flushing
Elmhurst Hospital Center, M.M.T.P. 79-01 Broadway, Annex O, Second Floor Elmhurst
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Yonkers- Alabama Ave Clinic 480 Alabama Ave. Brooklyn
Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation East New York Clinic 494 Dumont Ave. Brooklyn
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Yonkers-Powell Street Clinic 211-221 Powell St. Brooklyn
Staten Island University Hospital – 105th St. M.M.T.P. 567 East 105th St. Brooklyn
Kingsboro Addiction Treatment Center 754 Lexington Ave. Brooklyn
St. Joseph’s Hospital, Yonkers-Prospect Place Clinic 1480 Prospect Pl. Brooklyn
Addiction Research and Treatment Corporation 1149-55 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn
Interfaith Medical Center – Detoxification Unit 1545 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn
George Motchan Detention Center/Rikers Island Correctional Facility 15-15 Hazen St. East Elmhurst
Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center Units 8-300 and 9300, 760 Broadway Brooklyn
Long Island Jewish Hillside Medical Center Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program 75-59 263rd Street Glen Oaks
Narco Freedom – The Bridge Plaza M.M.T.P. 37-18 34th St. Long Island City
Kings County Hospital Center M.M.T.P. 2 648 Albany Ave., 1st floor Brooklyn
Kings County Hospital Center M.M.T.P. 3 600 Albany Ave., Building K Brooklyn
Kings County Hospital Center, Chemical Dependency Detoxification Unit 410 Winthrop Street, R-2 East Brooklyn

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