Chemical dependency, also called substance use disorder, is a complex disease. If you have a drug or alcohol addiction, you might not be able to stop using.
Our inpatient chemical dependency program offers treatments and support to help you live a substance-free life.
When you come to our 15-bed clinic, you'll receive care focused on your physical and mental health. Our team works with you to design a treatment plan tailored to your personal needs.
How long you'll stay depends on your illness and circumstances, but most stays are about one month.
Before you start treatment, your care team will ask about any health conditions you have. Caring for these conditions will be part of your treatment plan.
Your treatment starts with the end in mind — a discharge plan that helps you:
We use only evidence-based treatments to help you manage your disease.
The first step of treatment might be to withdraw you from the substance(s) under a doctor's care.
Doctors sometimes use drugs to help manage the side effects of withdrawal, such as:
People with substance use disorders sometimes have other issues, such as depression or anxiety. If you suffer from these issues, your doctor might prescribe anti-depressants or anti-anxiety drugs.
Counseling and therapy is part of your inpatient substance use disorder treatment.
Your care team of addiction and mental health experts includes:
Our inpatient care team:
We have licenses from the New York State:
Call us at 716-664-8620. We're open 24/7.
Crisis appointments are available by visiting the UPMC Chautauqua Outpatient Behavioral Health Program, 51 Glasgow Ave., Jamestown, N.Y., Monday through Friday, or by calling 716-664-8641.