Our mission is to provide the highest quality addiction services to opioid-addicted individuals who seek methadone maintenance treatment. Moreover, we do this with an emphasis on patient self-reliance, dignity and compassion, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, belief system, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
Breaking an opioid addiction can be extremely difficult. Methadone maintenance is not a cure, but a treatment that can be very effective. Methadone is a long-acting, synthetic medication which, when used in maintenance treatment, will:
Mount Sinai Beth Israel’s MMTP is licensed by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) and is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Our medical staff has specialized training and experience in the treatment of substance abuse, which is a medical disorder. All are trained in providing methadone, and many are certified to provide buprenorphine, the medication recently approved by the FDA for the treatment of opioid addiction. With more than 80 professionally licensed nurses, MMTP provides a holistic and healthy environment for patients, not only for the disease of addiction, but also for health issues that develop throughout one’s life.
Our clinical services department is made up of highly skilled social workers with experience in the field of addiction, who provide a variety of clinical services to MMTP patients and their families. Our counselors are experienced and caring substance abuse professionals, who provide individualized counseling services that meet patients’ unique needs. The vocational rehabilitation staff helps our patients obtain jobs that are a fit for them.
Our Primary Medical Practice at MMTP provides the highest quality health care to our patients and their families, including management of illness, disease prevention and health maintenance. Our physicians and physician assistants are skilled and highly trained health care professionals, who work in partnership with their colleagues throughout Mount Sinai Beth Israel, to provide access to state-of-the-art diagnostic and specialty services.
Our substance abuse counseling services assist patients in understanding addiction and recovery, reducing their ambivalence to treatment and increasing motivation for recovery. Our program is committed to providing evidence-based comprehensive treatment services, incorporating multidisciplinary modalities, and assisting patients in developing skills that lead to healthy and self-sufficient lives. Outreach and education events are held to encourage and support families in learning about recovery and relapse prevention. Aftercare clinics and counseling are available for ongoing support after the patient has stabilized.
Support services include:
In addition to the direct services provided, the program helps patients navigate the social service systems based in their communities.
Legal services are available by referral.
To qualify for admission to Beth Israel’s MMTP, an individual must meet the following criteria:
For additional information on a particular clinic, including hours of operation, please call the numbers below.
|1825 Park Avenue|
|2nd Floor; Clinics 6 and 7||(212) 774-3260|
|3rd Floor (Billie’s Place)||(212) 774-3277|
|4th Floor; Clinic 2||(212) 774-3200|
|8th Floor; Clinic 1||(212) 774-3210|
|8th Floor; Clinic 3||(212) 744-3230|
|149 West 124th Street|
|6th Floor; Clinic 8||(212) 864-8177|
|6th Floor; Clinic 8D||(212) 864-0904|
|Avenue A Clinic|
|26 Avenue A||(212) 420-2079|
|109-11 Delancey Street||(212) 420- 2086|
|Marie Nyswander Clinic|
|721 Ninth Avenue||(212) 247-7180|
|429 Second Avenue|
|Clinic 1E||(212) 726-6800|
|Clinic 2F||(212) 726-6821|
|Clinic 3G||(212) 726-6823|
|435 Second Avenue|
|Clinic 2C||(212) 726-6822|
|Clinic 3C||(212) 726-6824|
|100 Flatbush Avenue||(718) 237-9600|
|25 Twelfth Street||(718) 965-7900|
For intake, you may reach the clinics directly, or call (212) 256-2326.