Addiction Support

Family Services: Family Advocate program

The Family Advocate helps connect Ulster County residents with drug and alcohol treatment services. The Advocate can educate families on available treatment options, assist with the intake process, help remove obstacles to treatment, such as, lack of insurance or insurance denials, and support families in crisis due to addiction. The Advocate provides information on 12 Step programs, counseling, medication assisted treatment and opioid overdose reversal medication (NARCAN). The Advocate is available to talk with those in contemplation of seeking treatment, those ready for treatment and families who are concerned that their loved ones might have a substance use disorder.

Monday through Friday

100 Aaron Ct.
Kingston, NY 12401

Contact Person
Carol Sutcliffe


Abel House

Sober Living, housing, and treatment for substance abuse. This program offers approximately 6-9 months of sober housing.

This program is run by Rehabilitation Support Services (RSS), visit their website for information about their programs and services.

11 Overbaugh Street, Saugerties NY
Phone: (845) 246-2645




COTIs are OASAS certified providers focused on seeking to engage and provide treatment to individuals in under-served communities by bringing services directly to those in need. COTIs offer Recovery Support and Peer Advocates, Mobile Outreach, Community based assessment and treatment referrals, Telehealth and Medication-Assisted Treatment, Individual and Family therapy, and Care Management.  Catholic Charities also offers free Narcan Administration Training, call for more information.

Address: 6 Adams Street

                Kingston, NY 12401

                (845) 340-9170, ext. 117


845-294-5888 (Goshen, NY),845-794-8080 (Monticello, NY)


Double Trouble Recovery Group

Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR) is a Twelve Step fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover from their particular addiction(s) and manage their mental disorder(s). This is a 12 step meeting open to anyone who is currently experiencing or has formerly experienced dealing with mental disorders and chemical addiction.

Fridays, 10-11am


300 Aaron Court, Kingston NY

The Mental Health Association in Ulster County


Adult Children of Alcoholics


(845) 339-5116


Alcoholics Anonymous
For information on group times or locations call Family of Woodstock at (845) 331-6360


Debters Anonymous
(800) 344-1990


Gamblers Anonymous


Marijuana Anonymous
(800) 766-6779


Narcotics Anonymous
(845) 431-9011


Nar-Anon Family Groups
(800) 477-6291 | toll free


Nicotine Anonymous
1-877-TRY-NICA (1-877-879-6422)


Overeaters Anonymous
(845) 657-6603 or 845-639-2620


Refuge Recovery


Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
(800) 977-HEAL