The Addiction Center of Broome County (ACBC) is a private, non-profit corporation. ACBC is licensed by the State of New York Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) for its outpatient clinic and outpatient rehabilitation.
We provide chemical dependency and integrated dual disorder treatment to individuals over 18 years of age. Services to individuals who have been affected by a loved one's substance abuse or dependence are also offered.
The mission of the Addiction Center of Broome County is to provide state-of-the-art outpatient treatment services to individuals, their families, and significant others suffering because of chemical dependency. We will provide treatment that is competent, ethical, and effective at the least possible cost. We will do this in cooperation with other service providers, and with local, state and federal government officials. Other services may be developed as a result of this cooperative planning process. Our services will be offered to all people who need them without regard to age, sex, HIV status, religion, creed, sexual orientation, or race. Our clients come to the clinic suffering from an illness and its devastating effects. They will be treated with utmost care, dignity and respect.
ACBC provides specialized trauma services for men and women engaged in treatment on a voluntary basis.
If you are considering scheduling an appointment for a Pre-Admission visit, and have any concerns or questions, please call us and ask to speak with a counselor. We are able to be reached at (607) 723-7308.
ACBC believes that treatment experiences and recovery can be more successful when patients are empowered to recover from traumatic experiences in a safe environment, utilizing evidence-based practices.
Patients at ACBC may be scheduled to be seen for psychiatric monitoring, medication monitoring and for follow-up services when scheduled by the clinical staff. Psychiatric staff may also be utilized for consultative purposes when needed, if individuals are already engaged with psychiatric providers.
All patients attending treatment at the Addiction Center of Broome County (ACBC) will be provided with individual therapy as prescribed in their treatment plans. This may be scheduled on a weekly, monthly or other basis. Patients are also seen as needed for individual counseling upon request and in coordination with their counselor.
This group is offered for individuals who have not previously been in treatment and do not require intensive services. Basic Addiction Group meets twice weekly. This group focuses on psycho-education and making healthy choices.
Is a treatment service provided by a team of clinical and medical staff for patients who require a time limited, multi-faceted array of services, structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery. IOS is a six week program, unless continued IOS services are medically necessary. IOS is a minimum of 9 hours per week offered in the morning and evening. Treatment includes but is not limited to individual, group, and family counseling, relapse prevention and coping skills training, motivational enhancement, and drug refusal skills training. We also provide specialized COD IOS for those who require treatment for a co-occurring psychiatric disorder.
Outpatient Rehabilitation is provided 3-5 days a week for up to 4 hours daily. Individuals in Outpatient Rehab work to obtain adequate social supports develop healthy life skills and monitor healthcare needs if applicable. Outpatient Rehab includes breakfast. This level of care emphasizes the development of basic skills in prevocational and vocational competencies, personal care, nutrition, and utilizing community resources in addition to all other clinical services. Our integrated dual disorder tract provides specialized care for individuals who require treatment for co-occurring psychiatric illness or symptoms, such as illness education, trauma integrated treatment and wellness management.
Aftercare groups meet twice weekly for 1.5 hours, and are specialized groups for those who may have completed a higher level of care. Aftercare focuses on applying recovery concepts to daily life, as well as establishing and maintaining sober support networks.
Relapse Prevention meets twice weekly for 1.5 hours and highlights a cognitive-behavioral approach to avoiding relapse by increasing sober support, making lifestyle changes, and changing ways of thinking.