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Lexington Center

Mt. Kisco Clinic
is now offering
Suboxone Therapy
for Opioid Dependence


Call (914)666-6740 for more information



For general information about the agency, please call:

914-666-0191

For information about treatment services or for an appointment, please call a Clinic near you:

In Westchester County
Mt. Kisco 914-666-6740
New Rochelle 914-235-6633

In Dutchess County
Poughkeepsie 845-486-2950
Beacon 845-765-2366
Rhinebeck 845-876-2006
Dover Plains 845-877-4100

In Rockland County
Airmont 845-369-9701
Haverstraw 845-947-3810

If you have an appointment in Mt. Kisco,
 please go to the 24 Smith Avenue location, NOT 116 Radio Circle


TOWN HALL EVENT – CHAPPAQUA, NEW YORK
APRIL 29, 2014


Prescriptions » Heroin: The Face of the New User

The abuse of prescription drugs and heroin has reached crisis levels and no community is immune. Come to a Free Town Hall Event and join professionals in the areas of treatment, prevention, law enforcement and the news media in a discussion of how to protect our families, friends and communities.

Date: April 29, 2014
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Pre-Event: 6:15pm – Event participants will be on hand. Refreshments served
Location: Chappaqua Library Theater
195 So. Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua NY

For further information about this event, go to our News Page »


Treating people affected by alcoholism and other drug dependencies, their family members and significant others
Lexington Center for Recovery (LCR) is the largest provider of alcoholism and substance abuse treatment in the Hudson Valley. With outpatient treatment centers throughout the region, we have served more than 50,000 people since our establishment in 1982 and has 18 distinct programs throughout Westchester, Dutchess and Rockland counties.

Since our inception, we have been working to assure that the needs of those affected by substance abuse are addressed with a holistic approach to treatment. We provide innovative programming to address the daunting challenges facing underserved populations, including special programs addressing the needs of alcohol and substance-dependent mothers and adolescents. Our mission is to provide quality community-based services to anyone affected by the tragedy of chemical dependency.


Our Goal:
To offer a program of recovery which respects the dignity and individuality of each person affected by chemical dependency.


We offer services for children, adolescents, and adults.
We provide affordable services to all who need treatment.
We respond to the changing needs of the community by developing innovative programs and by reaching out to special populations.
We promote a holistic approach to the treatment of addictions by addressing all the needs of our clients and their families.