Resources

If you are the friend or family member of someone in need of relief from a substance use disorder or a problem gambling addiction, please call the state’s toll-free, 24-hour, 7-day a week HOPEline, 1-877-8-HOPENY, staffed by trained clinicians ready to answer your questions, help refer loved ones to treatment and provide other vital resources to facilitate that first step into recovery.

Putnam County Alcohol and Drug Treatment

OASAS 24 Hour Treatment Availability
Arms Acres

www.armsacres.com
845-225-5202

Putnam Family & Community Services

http://www.pfcsinc.org/
845-225-2700

St. Christopher’s Inn

www.stchristophersinn-graymoor.org
1-800-424-0027

Walter Hoving Home

www.walterhovinghome.com
845-424-3674

Recovery Services

Friends of Recovery Putnam is comprised of Putnam County community members who are in recovery from alcohol and substance use disorders, their family members, and allies. Our mission is to promote a positive view of recovery, and to reduce stigma.

Problem Gambling Resources

National Council on Problem Gambling
www.ncpgambling.org
1-800-522-4700

New York Council on Problem Gambling (NYCPG)
www.nyproblemgambling.org
1-518-427-1622

New York State Office of Alcoholism & Substance Abuse Services (OASAS)
www.oasas.state.ny.us
1-877-8-HOPENY

Friends of Recovery (FoR-NY) New York

Safe Harbor Compulsive Gambling Hub
www.sfcghub.com

Self Help

Medication Return Programs

Narcan Training

Narcan is the brand name for naloxone, an opioid antagonist medication used to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. When somebody overdoses on an opioid drug like heroin or prescription painkillers, the drug depresses the respiratory and central nervous systems, disrupting breathing and potentially leading to death.

  • Christopher’s Inn
    • To register, call Rob Casasanta at 845-335-1035 or email rcasasanta@atonementfriars.org
  • Arms Acres/DCIOBY/Putnam Communities That Care
  • To find other NYS training sessions visit OASAS Addiction Treatment Center oasas.ny.gov/atc/ATCherointraining.cfm

Good Samaritan Law

The Good Samaritan law went into effect in September 2011. It allows citizens who have been trained to administer NARCAN (Naloxone) to someone who has overdosed from an opiate. NARCAN reverses the overdose temporarily to allow time for the person to get medical attention. NARCAN saves lives!

Additionally, the Good Samaritan law will protect you from being arrested for misdemeanor drug possession if you call for help for a medical emergency.

To see full brochure click here.

Parents

Teens

County, State & Federal Government Agencies

Stabilization Center

Dutchess County Stabilization Center
230 North Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Tel:  (845) 485-9700
Fax: (845) 485-9927
Hours: Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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