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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...

“It wasn’t long ago that my life was a mess.”

At the Mother’s Day Awards Breakfast, Casey was one of two residents from our family center who spoke about their experiences in treatment. Casey, 23, is pregnant with her first child. I feel very lucky to be here at Odyssey House. It wasn’t long ago that my...

“We’re here because I needed to get my life back on track.”

At the Mother’s Day Awards Breakfast, Norell was one of two residents from our family center who spoke about their experiences in treatment. Norell, 38, is in treatment with her 5-month-old son Jordan. I started drinking when I was 15 years old and using marijuana...

Foundation grant addresses urgent needs of older New Yorkers

For older adults who have completed treatment, the lack of affordable housing is a major barrier to their ability to lead independent lives and maintain a healthy recovery. In New York, Odyssey House is one of the only substance abuse treatment organizations to offer...

Treating Opioid Overdose, on the Ground

Odyssey House President Dr. Peter Provet discusses the role treatment providers can take in expanding access to naloxone training in response to a recent article (“Surgeon General Urges Americans to Carry Drug That Stops Opioid Overdoses,” news, April 6) in The New...

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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