Victory Recovery Partners Launches New Addiction Recovery Center in Massapequa, NY

September 20, 2019

Victory Recovery Partners announced that it has opened a new recovery center in Massapequa, NY.  The company presently operates centers in Farmingville, NY and Riverhead, NY with a fourth center under development in Shirley, NY.

“We are delighted to bring our winning formula for substance use disorder treatment to Nassau County” said Dr. Paolo Coppola, co-founder of Victory.  “All of us know how the opioid crisis has impacted our communities in Long Island.  We have seen firsthand that Victory’s unique outpatient treatment program helps patients break the vicious cycle of addiction and achieve lasting recovery”.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, opioid-related overdoses have contributed to a drop in life expectancy in the U.S. for the first time in decades, with overdoses now ranking as the No. 1 cause of death for Americans ages 50 and under.  More than 70,000 people in the United States died of overdoses last year.

Dr. Coppola noted that Victory accepts nearly all commercial and government health insurances, while offering a comprehensive array of services including medication assisted treatment, behavioral health counseling, psychiatric care, and wellness visits.

Victory’s center in Massapequa is conveniently located at 727 N. Broadway at the intersection of N. Broadway and Jerusalem Ave.

About Victory Recovery Partners

Victory Recovery Partners was established in 2018 to provide outpatient substance use disorder treatment for patients throughout Long Island, NY.   The company presently operates three addiction treatment centers in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, with a fourth center under construction and slated for opening later this year.  Last February Victory’s flagship site in Farmingville was granted certification by the New York Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services.

Victory offers addiction recovery services that include medication assisted treatment (with Suboxone/buprenorphine and other pharmacotherapies), behavioral health services (including psychiatric medical care, individual counseling, and group counseling sessions), and “wellness care” consisting of medical care for other health issues confronting SUD patients.

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.