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Outpatient Treatment

The epidemic of addiction is an ever-widening disease that continues to affect many lives. But it is an epidemic that can be overcome. Unfortunately, the addiction crisis on Long Island is as severe as – if not worse – than anywhere else in the nation. Yet opioids aren’t the only substances that are taking lives of family and friends. In the United States, about 17 million people are afflicted with alcohol use disorder. Additionally, according to NIDA, in 2017 there were about 14,000 deaths that were the result of cocaine overdoses.

We formed VRP to provide best-in-class care through a unique combination of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) using Suboxone and similar prescriptions, and behavioral health therapy – all under one roof.
– Dr. Paolo Coppola; Co-Founder of Victory Recovery Partners

Our NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) certified outpatient addiction treatment centers are dedicated to defeating these problems. We specialize in treating many types of addictions. Here at Victory Recovery Partners (VRP), we take a multidisciplinary approach to help patients get on track to better, healthier lives.

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Conditions We Treat

Opioid Addiction Treatment

Opioid dependency is a national epidemic that includes the abuse of prescription painkillers and illegal narcotics.

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Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a chronic relapsing brain disease characterized by alcohol abuse and a negative emotional state for the patient when not drinking.

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Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine has a high potential for abuse, dependence (both physical and psychological), and poses many serious health risks to users.

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Our Approach to Recovery

We take a more personal, comprehensive approach to recovery through medication-assisted treatment, combined with customized behavioral health services. And it all happens right here at VRP – with our experienced emergency medicine and addiction medicine trained staff, along with onsite psychiatrists and counselors.

Medication-Assisted Treatment

Medication-Assisted Treatment

MAT is the use of FDA-approved medications prescribed by experienced physicians to treat substance use disorder and help prevent opioid overdose.
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Behavioral Health Services

Behavioral Health Services

BHS focuses on treating “the whole patient” through one-on-one counseling with psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, and credentialed alcohol and substance abuse counselors.
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