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.

What’s the difference between casual use and addiction?

How can you help a loved one who can’t stay clean?

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.

Our 2017 Annual Report is now online

Reaching out, making connections, and following through with treatment and housing services that change lives is demanding work. The men and women who work in Odyssey House’s community-based programs understand what is at stake when substance misuse or mental health...

Addiction & Mental Health in the News, July 20th

New York Post: More people died in NYC from drug overdoses than car crashes By Georgett Roberts and Ben Feuerherd The number of people who died from opioid use in the city last year was more than five times the amount killed in driving accidents, Police Commissioner...

Celebrate Recovery Month with Odyssey House

Registration for Run for Your Life 2018 is now open! This family-friendly event raises awareness of and funds for the recovery movement with a day of festivities, including children’s games and face painting, Zumba, health and wellness booths, and refreshments. Last...

Artists Explore the Health Harms of Sugary Drinks

The Odyssey House Art Project took on a special project this spring: visually depicting the harms caused by sugary drinks and the benefits of drinking water. The project culminated in an exhibition, “Consumed,” now on display at the Haven Art Gallery.   The...

Rehab USA: how should America treat its opioid victims?

By David Crow Financial Times Magazine Anthony De La Rosa was 22 when a player on his college baseball squad introduced him to a new drug: Oxycodone. “We weren’t just smoking weed any more. We would go to practice, come back and snort Oxy in the dorm rooms. At that...

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