About The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of Sullivan County
The Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse of Sullivan County, Inc. was organized in 1977 to provide information, education and consultation to Sullivan County residents whose lives were affected by the problems of alcoholism and other drug addiction. In response to the need for a continuum of effective treatment services, in 1985 the Council began operating the Recovery Center. Services included a 16-bed Primary Care Unit, a 30-bed Halfway House and a Day Rehabilitation Program.
Over the years, other necessary and sought-after services were designed and developed for our clients, including: an Outpatient Clinic; Family Programs, i.e. Strengthening Families; the Safe Summer Camp and Camp Getaway Programs; Community Education; Prevention and Training; a Gambling Assessment & Counseling Program; and HIV/AIDS Outreach.