Victory Recovery Partners (“Victory” or the “Company”) announced that the New York Office of Addiction Services and Support (NY OASAS) has granted the Company authorization to offer tele-practice services.
Previously this year, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Victory reorganized its addiction treatment operations and staff in order to provide patients tele-health visits, under temporary authorization from NY OASAS. With the issuance of this most recent official authorization, Victory is approved to deliver the following services via tele-practice:
• Admission assessments, direct transfers;
• Psycho-social evaluations and mental health consultations;
• Medication assisted treatment prescribing and monitoring; and
Victory’s physicians, psychiatrists, and behavioral health clinicians are fully equipped with telemedicine technology needed to render effective addiction recovery care. Patients can receive care from Victory’s physicians, psychiatrists, and clinical staff via tele-health visits using their smartphones, tablets, or computers.
“Feedback from our patients and our staff throughout the Covid-19 period has been highly positive”, said Dr. Coppola, noting that the Company anticipates employing a “hybrid” model including both in-person and virtual visits in the future, as warranted by both safety and clinical considerations.
Patients can book appointments 24/7 by calling 631-696-HELP (4357) or through the company’s website: www.VictoryRP.com
Victory Recovery Partners was established in 2018 to provide outpatient substance use disorder treatment for patients throughout Long Island, NY. The Company accepts all insurances, including Medicaid and Managed Medicaid plans.
Victory presently operates addiction recovery centers located in Farmingville, Massapequa, and Shirley which are staffed by physicians, psychiatrists, and behavioral health providers.
Prior to founding Victory, the Company’s principals owned and operated STAT Health, a chain of a dozen urgent care centers located throughout Long Island servicing more than 250,000 patients annually.