Metropolitan Hospital Methadone Treatment Program


1900 Second Ave., 99th St., Rm. 2M29
New York, NY 10029


(212) 423-6822

Clinic Description

Metropolitan Hospital Methadone Treatment Program offers an outpatient methadone treatment program for adults in New York, New York. They also provide connections to 12 Step and other recovery groups, sober living, and other community resources to help clients maintain long-term recovery.

Medication-assisted treatment is an evidence-based treatment that uses FDA-approved medication, such as methadone, to address withdrawal symptoms, manage cravings, and reduce the risk of relapse. MAT also includes outpatient counseling so that clients can build a substance-free lifestyle that eventually doesn’t need the support of medication.

Additional treatment services at the Metropolitan Hospital include individual therapy and group therapy, dual-diagnosis medication management, addiction education, and relapse prevention planning. They may also provide training in coping skills, emotional management, relationship building, and other life skills.

The Metropolitan Hospital accepts multiple insurance plans, including Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fidelis Care of New York, Aetna, Emblem, and Healthfirst. Be sure to check with your insurer to verify out of network benefits and other coverage information.


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