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Freedom Institute is an independent non-profit recovery center
healing individuals and families since 1976.

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ABOUT US

Freedom Institute is a New York State OASAS licensed, medically supervised outpatient addiction treatment services and recovery center located in midtown Manhattan. We offer personalized, comprehensive and innovative care to those affected by substance use disorders. Our services include substance abuse treatment, behavioral therapy, prevention and education services for adolescents, young adults, adults, and families.

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SERVICES

Freedom Institute uses an integrated Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Relational Family Systems approach in its clinical services and offers a range of treatment programs tailored to meet the complex needs of each age group and walk of life.

FIADULTS

We pride ourselves on our discreet, highly individualized, and comprehensive treatment plans for adults in need.

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FIYOUNG ADULTS

Freedom Institute's YA services offer specialized care for young adults during the transition from adolescence to mature independence.

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FIFAMILY

Freedom Institute treats addiction as a family issue and offers support to all family members and significant others throughout the recovery process.

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FIADOLESCENTS

We treat the individual adolescent and their family, helping all involved build the necessary skills for a successful life together and on their own.

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FIHALLWAYS

Our school program provides evidence-based prevention and social-emotional wellness programming for students, faculty, and parents in middle and upper schools across the New York City metropolitan area.

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FIINTERVENTIONS & TREATMENT PLANNING

Freedom Institute offers a range of Treatment Planning options, including interventions, referrals, and more.

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RESOURCE CENTER

Looking to learn more about substance use disorders, prevention and the recovery process? Our Resource Center offers personalized information for your specific situation, as well as FAQs and interactive features.

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Madeline Guven Madeline Guven Tessa Kleeman, LMHC Tessa Kleeman, LMHC Michael Davidovits, PhD, LCSW Michael Davidovits, PhD, LCSW Rachel Russell, MA Rachel Russell, MA Bob Miller Bob Miller Francesca Adair MA, MFT, LPCC Francesca Adair MA, MFT, LPCC Mark Sturgeon, LCSW Mark Sturgeon, LCSW Dana Rollins Dana Rollins Fran Calafatello, LCSW, CASAC, SEP Fran Calafatello, LCSW, CASAC, SEP Alex Dayton, LMHC Alex Dayton, LMHC Barbara Bock, LCSW Barbara Bock, LCSW Caroline Hill, LMHC Caroline Hill, LMHC
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ADDICTION & RECOVERY

New York Times Editorial: What Advocates of Legalizing Pot Don’t Want You to Know

By editor10022 January 6, 2019

image: Annelise Capossela At Freedom Institute, we do not take a stance on legal or political issues. We have our professional views and opinions about the physical, mental and emotional effects of substance abuse and our mission is to help individuals and families suffering from substance use disorders. What we do see time and time […]

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ADDICTION & RECOVERY

FI’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training for Families

By Tessa Kleeman December 13, 2018

Family members are invited to participate in a four-session group designed to introduce Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills.  These skills are to help family members cope with the addiction and/or recovery of a loved one, whether or not she or he is in treatment. DBT Skills have been known to improve relationships. This educational group also offers […]

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