Where recovery gets real™

Odyssey House goes beyond helping you beat drugs and alcohol. We help you rebuild your life. If that sounds different than other treatment programs, you’re right. Because Odyssey House is where recovery gets real.

Get real about your health.

There’s more to recovery than just getting clean. We’ll help you get healthy again, too, with medical and dental care, fitness programs, support for your mental health and more.

Get real about your family.

At Odyssey House, you can stay with your children while you’re in treatment. And we’ll help you learn new life skills, so you can stay together and repair other broken relationships in your life.

Get real about your future.

We provide you with education and work skills training, outpatient services and available housing assistance, so you can step back into real life with a real future.

Get real results—for life.

“Every minute was worth it.” — Crystal, Bronx NYC
Like thousands of other New Yorkers, Crystal finally got real—and that’s completely changed her life. Isn’t it time you got real, too?

866-888-7880 Get help now, for you or someone you love.

We’ll help you find a way, regardless of your ability to pay.

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Need to talk? We’re here to help you, not to judge you.

Want to help? Join us in helping fellow New Yorkers in need. 

My drug use was compromising my future, but Odyssey House is getting me back on the right track.
My addiction was keeping me from being the mother my children deserved.
My recovery affects more than just me. I have to do the right by my daughter.
There are a lot of people depending on me. This is my best and last chance to make things right.

A play about addiction gives back to residents in treatment

This summer, The Barrow Group Theater (TBG) in midtown Manhattan debuted an original comedy, The Hungry Ghosts, and donated proceeds from ticket sales to the men, women, and families in treatment at Odyssey House. Scheduled to run for two nights only, the play was...

Survivors of Opioid Epidemic Showcase Artwork at East Harlem Gallery

By Gustavo Solis DNAinfo   EAST HARLEM — Joseph McGinley traded a needle for a paint brush. McGinley, who has gone three months without using heroin, credits part of his ongoing recovery to art. His first project was turning a photo of his son Brendan into metal...

A celebration of artists in recovery

Our artists are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their pieces for our upcoming exhibition, What is Family? Opening on Thursday, October 26th, the Odyssey House Art Project’s 12th exhibition explores the structures and dynamics of how people define...

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