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Welcome to Seafield Center
“There is no shame in being an alcoholic or drug addict, the only shame is doing nothing about it!” George W. Benedict -Founder of Seafield Center.
Since 1985, Seafield Center has helped over 30,000 addicts and their family members in Suffolk County, NY, and more begin this wonderful journey from addiction to recovery. The Seafield Center alcohol detox, drug detox and inpatient rehab is located on 6 manicured acres in beautiful Westhampton Beach, New York.
Addiction is a disease that can affect people of all ages. Seafield Center has a wide variety of ways to help adults, adolescents (aged 13 and up) and their families. Seafield’s comprehensive treatment system offers alcohol detox, drug detox inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient treatment at 5 locations on Long Island, NY and numerous Sober Living Recovery Homes for men, women and young adults coming out of treatment at Seafield Center and from other facilities around the country.
If someone that you love is
having problems with substance abuse, know that help is available.
We are ready to help you or your loved one now! Our facility
proudly serves the New York, NY area. Contact Seafield Center
Tens of thousands of individuals suffering from addiction to alcohol and other substances and their family members have been helped since the doors of Seafield opened in May of 1985. Seafield is licensed by the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Seafield follows a 12 Step philosophy.
Call us today for substance abuse services.
Detox and Inpatient Rehab:
Seafield operates a ninety (90) bed inpatient treatment facility providing detox, alcohol rehab and drug rehab services.
Seafield operates five (5) licensed outpatient treatment programs providing intensive level programs as well as groups and individual sessions. We have a wide variety of specialty services (including DWI Education Groups and Domestic Violence Offenders Groups) and are located throughout Long Island, NY with a satellite location at the Suffolk County Department of Probation Offices in Yaphank.
Sober Living Recovery Housing:
Seafield Resources, a not-for-profit corporation, operates many Sober Living Recovery Homes throughout Long Island. These homes are designed and available for persons coming out of Seafield Center, detoxes, alcohol and drug rehab, or referred by EAP’s, family members and other referral sources who know their recovering person needs additional sober support where they can reside and recover for up to six (6) months.
We are Affordable and Accessible.
Seafield is contracted with most insurance companies. Every attempt is made to work with your insurance first! Reasonable self-pay rates are available if treatment is not covered by your insurance. If inpatient drug and alcohol rehab is not approved by insurance, or if you do not have the ability to self-pay, or if the length of stay in inpatient is limited and you need more time to recover…..we provide sober house services! Many clients need a safe and supportive environment to live during in early recovery in order to maintain their sobriety while receiving treatment in an outpatient setting. Seafield provides safe, clean, supportive recovery housing for men and women, and for young men. Our recovery homes are designed to meet the needs of the residents residing there. Many of our clients self-pay for housing at rates that are extremely affordable and their treatment at OASAS licensed facilities is covered by their insurance. Our beautiful Transitional Home is available for men who have substantial time in recovery, but continue to need support in the Suffolk County, NY area.
We accept referrals for Sober Housing from other treatment centers around the country!
7 Seafield Lane
Westhampton Beach, NY 11098
Seafield Center is a 90 bed detox and inpatient rehabilitation program for adult men and women and adolescents over the age of 16. When a client arrives at Seafield, they will receive through medical assessment. Protocol for detox will be established at this time. Nurses are available 24 hours every day.
Every effort is made to get the client engaged in the treatment process as soon as possible so groups will begin right away.
The client will be assigned a primary counselor to assist them throughout their stay. The day will include:
Seafield believes in treating the whole person– physically, emotionally and spirituality so we provide:
Men and women are placed in gender specific groups to address their special issues.
For clients who may be experiencing depression, anxiety and other co-occurring disorders, dual focused groups are available. Counselors with special training in this area are assigned.
Our Medical Director is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine and Psychiatric Evaluations are available.
Specialty groups including LGBT, Eating Disorders and Domestic Violence Victims often arise and meet as the needs of the community presents.
At the Seafield Center, we believe in the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. There are 12 Step Recovery meetings that are held on site daily.
Seafield is a tobacco free environment. Nicotine replacement therapy is available.
Seafield Center is Long Island’s largest alcohol and substance abuse treatment center. Treating Suffolk County, NY, and the surrounding area since 1985, some of our services include drug detox, alcohol detox, sober house, inpatient and outpatient treatment. Our counselors specialize in drug rehab and alcohol rehab treatment.
If you know someone that suffers
from substance abuse or is in need of alcohol detox in the New
York, NY area, contact the Seafield Center. We proudly serve the
Long Island, NY Nassau County, NY and Suffolk County, NY. Give us a
call today for more information.
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|How to strengthen your self-control.|
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We found this fascinating article about will power by Dirk Hansen, winner of the 2012 College of Drug Dependency/NIDA Media Award. http://addiction-dirkh.blogspot.com/2014/09/why-will-power-fails.html
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Daily affirmations work. Check out this great blog by certified tech and counselor Tim Welch with daily doses of positivity. http://www.recoveryreflections.com/
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The importance of loved ones is extremely important especially when you, or a loved one, are in need. We at the Seafield Center hope you have a wonderful, and safe, Halloween this weekend with those most important to you.
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We encourage you to join our center. Please read alumni testimonials on our website and see the difference: http://www.seafieldcenterny.com/alumni
|Thinking of joining our inpatient program?|
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When you are ready to join our inpatient program, you should bring one week's worth of clothes and personal hygiene products. In addition, have a small amount of money for the week, any prescription medication, and keep in your pocket the names and phone numbers of important contacts.
|You're not alone.|
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Remember, if you are suffering from a drug or an alcohol problem, you are never alone. We provide a network of compassionate, caring individuals who will help you every step of the way. Please give us a call for a consultation at (631) 237-8596.
|We believe in treating the whole person.|
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Humans are very complex beings. Seafield Center understands this and we are committed to treating all aspects of a person. We offer physical, emotional, and spiritual treatment techniques to treat substance dependency. Call us at (631) 237-8596 to find out more.
|There are several things you shouldnt do with an alcoholic family member.|
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Even though there are many things we can do to help a family member struggling with alcohol or drug dependency, there are some things that we want to avoid as well. Here are some things you do not want to do. https://ncadd.org/for-friends-and-family/helping-someone