Substance Abuse Services

The Mount Sinai Hospital offers comprehensive psychiatric and substance abuse treatment services at multiple Manhattan locations for patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C who also struggle with substance abuse and other mental health disorders. Provided by a leading team of specialized psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers, our treatments are available through integrated programs including the Comprehensive Health Program Downtown and the Jack Martin Fund Clinic uptown. Outpatient and inpatient treatment embraces different approaches to pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and support groups aimed at helping patients recover from mental illness and addiction. Our specialists are committed to giving patients the tools and support they need to work toward achieving long term sobriety and enjoying the best quality of life possible.

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About Substance Use Disorder

Substance use disorder is a chronic, relapsing condition that can be treated with a range of options, including pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, and social support.

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Treatment Locations

The Mount Sinai Behavioral Health System offers a network of addiction services at Mount Sinai Roosevelt, Mount Sinai St. Luke's and other locations.

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Contact Us

Mount Sinai Comprehensive Health Program—Downtown Chelsea
Tel. 212-604-1701
275 Seventh Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10001  Map

Jack Martin Fund HIV Clinic
Tel. 212-241-7968
17 East 102nd St., Room D3-248
New York, NY 10029  Map

Chemical Dependency (MICA) Inpatient Dual Diagnosis Unit
Tel. 212-241-5477
1450 Madison Avenue (Klingenstein Clinical Center), 7 North
New York, NY 10029  Map