What is New Directions?
New Directions (ND) assists those whose lives have been affected by alcohol and other drugs. The program offers qualified health professionals who provide treatment and counseling services that include chemical abuse evaluations, group and individual treatment sessions, trauma-informed care, family sessions, recovery management, relapse prevention, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and support groups.
Working with the belief of addiction being a family disease, the staff works with and assists each client and his/her family as needed through every step of treatment and rehabilitation. ND ensures that services are accessible and coordinated for each individual to obtain and maintain a successful and long-term life free of substances. The program additionally works with community resources that help develop wholeness, promote optimal well-being, open access to care and increase personal self-sufficiency.
What Does ND Do?
Provides gender-oriented treatment groups
Arranges for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT - for opiates and other substances)
Offers DWI evaluations and treatment
Offers evening and weekend programming
Assists with modified mental health
Provides work readiness assessments
"My counselor is very good. He teaches us to plan goals and have a plan, because a man without a plan is destined to fail. He also teaches us that good change is very important and to never be afraid to better yourself or to step in unfamiliar territory."
"I am now attending group here at ABC through New Directions. Once again I completed this back in 2017. My counselor Mr. William is a good motivational speaker to me. He has a lot of information on addiction which I think helped me with my recovery."
"I am at New Directions because I know I have an addiction problem, and what I learned here was to be accountable and self will plays a big part of my problems. Accept that I am powerless over my use."
- Any age
- Valid photo ID (driver’s license, NYS ID, benefits card, passport)
- Current insurance card/information
- Payroll verification for sliding fee and self payer
After making an appointment, Linda King-Bronner (or someone on her team) will contact you with further information.
Action for a Better Community is dedicated to ensuring that New Directions clients are served in accordance with ethical guidelines, laws, and regulations. When something doesn’t seem ‘right,’ clients, staff, vendors and others have the right to report suspected noncompliance anonymously so that appropriate steps can be taken to follow up. To report Compliance issues, you may send an anonymous email to: ABC_PnE@protonmail.com or call: 1-585-510-4782, ext. 4000