Outpatient Addiction Treatment Program and Sober Living in New York City Hazelden’s outpatient addiction rehab program in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York, NY is ideally situated in the hub of a vibrant, creative sober community. Also located onsite is the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's Tribeca Twelve residence, a state-of-the-art structured sober living community for men and women who are interested building and strengthening their addiction recovery skills and developing healthy new routines and interests. Are You or a Loved One Struggling with Substance Abuse? Contact us or call 1-866-831-5700 to learn more about the outpatient rehab programs and insurance coverage options for Hazelden's addiction treatment center in New York City's Tribeca neighborhood. Learn More About Tribeca Twelve Sober Living Watch more videos about Hazelden Betty Ford's Tribeca Twelve structured sober living facility. Intensive Outpatient Treatment The goal of outpatient treatment at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is to stabilize your health and equip you with the knowledge, skills and resources to help you reclaim your life from the grip of addiction. Our evidence-based outpatient drug and alcohol rehab program surrounds you with an expert, multidisciplinary care team dedicated to helping you get well and stay well. The level of rehab offered at our addiction treatment center in Tribeca is known as an intensive outpatient program (IOP). Patients attend educational and therapeutic sessions, with a focus on: Learning about the disease of addiction and the dynamics of recovery Implementing healthy new principles into your daily routines Resuming professional, occupational or academic responsibilities and activities Developing and utilizing a sober support network Hazelden's intensive outpatient program at Tribeca, New York, meets Monday–Thursday, from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Outpatient addiction treatment at Hazelden can be paired with structured sober living at our Tribeca Twelve residence for men and women who want to reside in a community with built-in recovery accountability and support. As you progress in your outpatient alcohol and drug rehab program with us, you will attend daytime treatment sessions less frequently while transitioning into our extended outpatient afternoon or evening treatment program. In these counselor-facilitated group sessions, you will focus on principles and practices aimed at helping you restore your sense of trust, community, hope, and—most of all—belief in yourself. Our extended outpatient treatment sessions meet: Monday: 6–7:30 p.m. Tuesday: 2–3:30 p.m. or 6–7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 6–7:30 p.m. Thursday: 2–3:30 p.m. Sober Living in New York Tribeca Twelve is the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation's innovative structured recovery housing program, intentionally located in the heart of one of Manhattan's most appealing and artistic neighborhoods. Our warm and welcoming sober living community offers an ideal living situation for men and women who are transitioning out of a previous treatment episode or who would like additional recovery support before transitioning home. The Tribeca Twelve sober home is located in a beautifully appointed, five-story Manhattan, NY, building. The private residence accommodates 30 residents. Residents find Tribeca Twelve to be a fun and friendly place to call home in the midst of the bustling New York City neighborhood. Upscale accommodations and easy access to public transportation add to the comfort and convenience of living at Tribeca Twelve. Residents forge friendships for life with other women and men who understand the struggles of sobriety and are eager to celebrate the successes. Families can be assured that their loved one is part of a a safe, supportive and secure sober living environment. Special features of Hazelden's structured sober living community in New York City include: 24-hour on-site staffing Young adult track Coordination of clinical care and support services for residents, as appropriate Counselor-facilitated morning and evening support groups Personalized individual recovery coaching and life plan development by licensed professionals Gender-specific residential floors accessed only with monitored key cards Curfews Medication monitoring and storage Drug testing Enrichment and experiential activities and outings designed to help residents practice recovery skills Family conference and coordination On-site Twelve Step meetings Animal-assisted programming with Bear, a miniature Australian Labradoodle A minimum one-month commitment Standard amenities at Tribeca Twelve in New York include: Modern, light filled, fully furnished, 2,200-square foot units with large rooms Fireplace, kitchen, dining area, in-unit laundry, wireless internet and basic supplies Breakfast provided on weekdays Easy access to New York City's public transportation systems Secure, key card entry to the building and to each floor unit, with remote camera monitoring Separate gathering spaces for sober fun and resident activities (including a fully furnished roof top deck and indoor space) Gym membership included in the cost of the program Recovery Phases and Milestones Hazelden's Tribeca Twelve phased model of care is designed to help residents transition from clinically directed care to self-directed recovery. Each phase of care is approximately three months in length. Phase 1—This highly structured and staff-directed phase marks the starting point for all sober living residents. Our built-in support and accountability services and resources include: Medication management Time management, individualized Money management, individualized Weekly session with addiction counselor Twelve Step meetings Floor meetings Morning groups Family meeting as clinically indicated Frequent urine drug screens Nightly Breathalyzer test Phase 2—In this phase, residents have access to the same support and accountability services and resources as Phase 1, but with reduced frequency or intensity based on having met specific clinical and behavioral milestones. For example, during Phase 2, residents might begin to take full responsibility for managing their personal schedules. Phase 2 allows for a more peer-driven living experience but remains a highly accountable environment with residents held to strict adherence of recovery program requirements. Phase 3—With increased freedom to manage their own routines and daily activities, residents have continued access to the same support and accountability services and resources offered in Phases 1 and 2 while also being accountable to staff and floor mates. Tribeca Twelve residents typically experience the greatest personal growth and change during Phase 3, as they begin to see the value and consequences of their new recovery skills and efforts. Family Support The ramifications of addiction affect everyone in the family. And every family member needs help in their own right to understand the disease of addiction and to work through the chaos and pain it causes. Reaching out to families with understanding and support has always been a hallmark of care at Hazelden. We offer a free, weekly workshop for families—which is open to the public—at our Tribeca treatment center every Tuesday from 5:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. Family members are welcome to attend as often as they would like. These workshops provide a safe, nonjudgmental place for families faced with addiction to: Learn about the disease nature of addiction Understand the importance of taking responsibility for their own happiness and well-being Identify ways to open the lines of communication and set healthy boundaries Recovery Management When you're recovery from active addiction, regaining and maintaining your health means learning to live differently—learning to manage a chronic disease. The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation provides a number of online, in-person and digital recovery support services to guide you into lasting sobriety. Recovery services and resources include Twelve Step retreats, monitoring and accountability services, popular mobile apps, and much more. Ask us about these and other effective addiction recovery resources available through the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.